Today is part five of this new series powered by the Metaverse Insider on Web3-based startups, projects and companies. In case you missed the first instalment, here is the link to it to get you started.
A California-based startup, the Web3Pay platform allows buying NFTs with a credit card simple. With its plug-and-play model, customers can buy an NFT directly with their credit card.
Supporting the Polygon, Ethereum, Binance, and Avax blockchains, buying and trading in cryptocurrencies through credit cards, mobile wallets, and bank transfers is now easier than ever.
IoTeX is the leading decentralized network powering the future of Web3 and machine economy (MachineFi). The platform is built for developers to connect billions of machines with Web3 infrastructure, to create innovative products including DeFi, NFT, DAO, Metaverse, and MachineFi applications.
Founded in 2017 by Raullen Chai, the Silicon Valley-based startup includes a team of alumni from Google, Facebook, Uber, Bosch, and Intel. IoTeX has launched a high-performance public blockchain with off-chain computing for devices and machines, cross-chain bridges, wallet, and the MachineFi marketplace. The IoTeX network has grown rapidly with some $2 billion in assets on-chain, over 300,000 on-chain users, and more than 10,000 devices connected across hundreds of dapps.
3. Web3 Specialists
Founded this year by Adam Shinder, Web3 Specialists is a team of smart contract developers, economists, researchers, NFT creators, and blockchain fanatics dedicated to providing its clients with the highest quality services. The team is passionate about Web3 and is excited to participate in the effort to decentralize the infrastructure of the internet.
Combining over a decade of blockchain experience, industry knowledge and practical on-the-ground research to provide startups, institutions, government agencies, and freelancers with any of the client’s needs fulfilled, Web3 Specialists is headquartered in New York City.
4. Web3 Labs
Web3 Labs is a blockchain technology company that works with large companies to simplify their complex business processes and differentiate them from their competitors by harnessing the new trust and transparency models that blockchain provides for both data and assets.
Having worked with Microsoft, J.P. Morgan, ConsenSys and R3, its blockchain software library Web3j has been downloaded nearly one million times. A runner-up in Microsoft’s Partner of the year awards this year, Web3 Labs runs programs to ensure businesses succeed with their blockchain deployments.
Based in London, Web3 Labs was founded in 2017 by Conor Svensson.