MoonPay Helps Celebrities Buy NFTs

There are all kinds of juicy events happening in the crypto space amidst the latest corrections in the price for some digital assets.

It’s been just revealed that the crypto payments firm MoonPay has quietly launched a new ‘concierge service’.

Helping celebs buy NFTs and crypto

This is aimed at helping celebrities and the super-rich purchase non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and crypto.

The company has been working with television host Jimmy Fallon and Post Malone, the rapper, as clients for a beta version of the service.

Fallon tweeted a picture of Bored Ape #599 on November 12 with the caption, “Permission to come a bored?”

It’s also worth noting the fact that recently Fallon explained that he had used MoonPay’s services to acquire the piece during an interview with digital artist Beeple.

A MoonPay spokesperson told The Block that there is no commercial relationship between the company and Fallon.

The online publication The Block notes that the transactions stem from the fact that Fallon is an early client of MoonPay concierge service, the firm’s spokesperson clarified.

They described the initiative as follows:

a “white glove service for high net worth individuals who want to purchase NFTs in the simplest way without all the hassle of setting up a wallet, buying crypto, using that crypto to purchase an NFT and then taking custody of it.”

MoonPay later invoices its clients for the NFTs and any other services rendered, according to the same official notes.

El Salvador buys the BTC dip

El Salvador’s President has a few words for Bank of England’s chief who recently expressed worries about the country’s Bitcoin adoption.

Check out his relevant tweet below.

At the moment of writing this article, BTC is trading in the green and the king coin is priced above $56k.

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