BitPay Supports Polygons: Panini Users Can Access NFTs

October 28, 2022

One of the biggest companies offering payment services for digital assets, BitPay, has announced support for MATIC and Polygon. First-time Polygon payments from the most well-known Polygon wallets will be accepted by BitPay merchants.

The supplier of digital asset payment services acknowledged in a press statement on October 26 that it has successfully integrated with Polygon to take payments from the most well-liked Polygon wallets. A marketplace for NFT collections called Panini America will be one of the first businesses to provide the new payment method to its clients.

Overview of the Panini NFT Marketplace

In the realm of sticker and trading card collectors, Panini is the leading brand internationally. More than 1,000 collections are introduced yearly on the market. One of the top producers of comic books, manga, and graphic novels for children is Panini.

Users will have access to hundreds of NBA, NHL, NFL, and other NFTs via Panini's NFT marketplace thanks to the BitPay and Polygon connection. Panini America's VP of marketing Jason Howarth made the following statement on the new integration:

“We’re really excited to be able to support another coin within the Panini Wallet, especially one so connected with the NFT market. The opportunity to partner closely with BitPay, continue to develop the Panini NFT platform, and continue to give our collectors greater payment flexibility and options during this NFT market cycle is a key reason we’ve chosen to work so closely with BitPay.”

BitPay will increase sales of FIFA World Cup NFTs

Several digital asset markets have already made preparations to provide NFTs with FIFA World Cup themes, including Panini America. Beginning on November 20, 64 football games from the world cup will be aired live from Qatar.

During the much awaited FIFA World Cup 2022 season, Panini America predicts that the new Polygon payment services support on BitPay will greatly increase sales of tokenized cards and stickers.

Thanks to Dominic Kimani at Business 2 Community whose reporting provided the original basis for this story.

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