NFT Inspect and fintech company MoonPay have joined forces to enable users of Twitter (a recognised extremist organisation and banned in Russia) to purchase NFT and cryptocurrencies directly through a Chrome browser extension.
This alliance underscores their common goal of promoting the use of digital currencies while developing a borderless payment system that is accessible to anyone, regardless of their level of expertise. Fast and secure transfer of funds to customers' wallets will be guaranteed, with payment options such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, debit and credit cards.
"This partnership reflects our shared vision that everyone should be able to participate in the digital payment environment," MoonPay CEO and co-founder Ivan Soto-Wright said of the partnership.
NFT Inspect is developing software to evaluate non-swappable tokens. In June, the team launched a browser add-on that provides information on popular collections commonly used as avatars on Twitter.
Inspect announced its closure earlier this year amid declining interest in NFT. However, the company resumed operations in March.
In April 2022, MoonPay allowed MetaMask wallet users to make direct digital currency purchases with fiat money.
The company later struck a deal with Trust Wallet to allow people to exchange their digital assets for fiat currencies through a linked app.