You can find highly-curated NFTs from some of the most popular and well-regarded creators and brands in their drops – time-based events where such exclusive pieces of content are initially released to the public. You can also browse and purchase curated NFTs that were previously dropped, as well as a variety of other NFTs created by users in their open marketplace.
- Access curated collection from some of the top NFT creators
- Zero fees on NFT purchases
- Easily withdraw your money directly to your Crypto.com wallet
How you make money
There are multiple ways to earn returns. The website is an open marketplace, so like the stock market, you can buy digital assets in hopes of appreciation. Another way to earn money is by creating digital assets yourself and being the original seller of the item. You can also earn royalties on any of your creations when they are sold on the secondary marketplace.
How Crypto.com NFT makes money
For secondary sales, if you are the seller, normally a 5% processing fee will be deducted from the total purchase amount to cover the operational costs of the platform. For secondary sales occurring from 13 October 2021 (16:00 UTC) until 31 December 2021 (23:59 UTC), however, users can enjoy a promotional rate of 1.99%.
Is it safe?
At Crypto.com they’re committed to security. They are constantly investing heavily in their people, technology, and processes to maintain the highest standards.
As with any investment, there is no guarantee that your assets will increase in value over time, and there is always a possibility that you will lose the value of your principal investment.
Things to know
- You make money onValue
- Payout frequencyAsset sold
- Term of investmentZero
- Open toAll Investors
- Country availabilityWorldwide
- Assets under managementUnknown
- Mobile ApplicationIOS, Android
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