How To Buy NFTs With Credit Card | Coinbase & Mastercard Labeling Them Digital Goods

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Coinbase and Mastercard are partnering up to open the world of NFTs even wider. By joining together, they hope to help everyone purchase NFTs and adopt Web 3.0. Regardless of Bitcoins price, crypto and technology cannot be stopped.

By Prakash Hariramani, Senior Director, Product

Our mission at Coinbase is to increase economic freedom in the world. By enabling more people to join the creator economy and profit from their work, NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) have an important role to play in this mission. However, the experience of purchasing an NFT remains complex for many users.

Coinbase wants to simplify the user experience to allow more people to join the NFTs community. Just as we helped millions of people access Bitcoin for the first time in an easy and trusted way, we want to do the same for NFTs.

That’s why we’re working with Mastercard to classify NFTs as “digital goods”, allowing a broader group of consumers to purchase NFTs. And, coming soon we’ll “unlock” a new way to pay using Mastercard cards.

Coinbase recently announced Coinbase NFT, a peer-to-peer marketplace that will make minting, purchasing, showcasing, and discovering NFTs easier. Thanks to our work with Mastercard, we’ll be able to provide a better customer experience on Coinbase NFT, and plan on working to find ways to bring this opportunity to the broader ecosystem through Mastercard’s scale and global network.

We applaud Mastercard’s leadership on this issue to make it as easy as possible to buy an NFT and make sure it’s the best consumer experience. The NFT revolution is just beginning.

To learn more, please visit Mastercard’s Newsroom for a blog post and Q&A on our NFT strategy.

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