How to buy B20 token with credit card
Want to buy B20, but don't know how to get started? Follow these easy steps! All you need is an email address and a credit card.
Ondefy offers the fastest way to buy B20
Follow these steps to get started:
1. Enter Amount
2. Connect your email or wallet
3. Pay by credit card or bank transfer
What is B20?
Metapurse's B.20 project is a revolutionary way to democratize access and ownership to highly sought-after artwork and accelerate the cultural Renaissance within the metaverse. B.20 is an NFT bundle fractionalized into 10 million tokens, allowing everyone to have a stake in the first large scale public art project within the metaverse. These tokens, referred to as the "keys" to this digital vault, represent fractionalized ownership, not the assets themselves.
How do I buy B20 in 2023?
You can buy B20 using credit card (Visa or MasterCard), bank transfer, Apple Pay or Google Pay. All you need to do is to choose a fiat currency, e.g. CHF, and enter an amount. A conversion rate is calculated for you. Once you are happy with the rate, tap the "Continue" button to get started. At this point, you will need to connect your email or wallet (if you are buying crypto for the first time, it will be easier for you to use your email, but Metamask and WalletConnect are also supported). Depending on wether B20 is supported by our ramp provider, you may be invited to buy an intermediary token, that we will then swap to B20 for you. In this case, you will first need to sign a permit in order to allow us to perform this swap on your behalf. Finally, you will be able to choose your payment method, and finalise your purchase. If this is your first time buying with Ondefy, you will need to complete a short KYC (Known Your Customer) verification.
Is it safe to buy B20?
Your payment processing is securely handled by our partner Transak, and your purchased B20 tokens benefit from the security of the blockchain. Nevertheless, as an investor you must assume the risk of owning cryptocurrencies, due to their inherent price volatility.