B21 partners with Yield Guild Games to create Limited Edition Crypto Cards for their early supporters
Gibraltar, Sept. 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- B21, a global crypto investment platform today announced a partnership with Yield Guild Games (YGG), a decentralized gaming startup to give crypto cards exclusively to YGG Founder’s Coin owners.
The YGG Founders’ Coin are 300 exclusive NFTs which were given to the earliest supporters of the project. According to Gabby Dizon, co-founder of YGG, “The mission of YGG is simple, to onboard millions of players from around the world into the “play-to-earn” revolution.”
B21 supports YGG in their vision of becoming the gateway to the metaverse and wanted to reward the early supporters with a FREE Crypto Credit Card! B21 airdropped 300 Founder’s Card NFTs on Polygon chain, to these early supporters which can be redeemed against a special YGG Founder’s Card. We chose Polygon network for the airdrop to give a smooth experience to the users.
These founder cards are secured credit cards that allow users to cash-out their crypto on their everyday spends and subscrbe to services like Netflix, Spotify, etc.
"I've been personally using the B21 crypto card for the last couple of weeks and have been very impressed at how I can spend crypto. We are excited to partner with B21 for giving Founder’s Card so our community can spend their Crypto without any hassle across the world. The YGG Founder’s Card is just the first step for us to provide utility and cool airdrops to the Founder's Coins holders", Gabby Dizon, co-founder of Yield Guild Games.
Being the ONLY card provider in the Asian market, B21 has witnessed huge demand for their crypto cards. B21 creates a frictionless user experience by enabling users to top-up their card directly from their B21 account. It's as simple as transferring crypto from one wallet to another.
Speaking about the partnership, Nitin Agarwal, co-founder and CEO of B21, said,
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