Bondly Receives Investment from BitMart to Fast-Track NFT Ecosystem Growth

Bondly recently announced it received an investment from BitMart, a premier global digital assets trading platform, to accelerate the rapid growth of its NFT ecosystem. Bondly will direct the BitMart investment into the three areas outlined below.

  1. NFT Technology Exploration: Focused on identifying services and resource support for the development of high-quality blockchain projects in the field.

Company Quotes

“Bondly remains focused on its mission to stay at the forefront of creating NFT gamification and digital interaction for immersive audience experiences around the globe. BitMart’s investment opens the door to even more strategic partnerships that will grow the NFT ecosystem and accelerate Bondly’s fan and creator engagement growth,” said Brandon Smith, CEO, Bondly.

“Bondly provides a full-stack cutting-edge technology infrastructure for users to trade and mint NFTs,” Sheldon Xia, Founder and CEO at BitMart, commented, “We believe BitMart’s investment in Bondly will propel the development of its NFT ecosystem.”

About BitMart

BitMart Exchange is a premier global digital assets trading platform with more than 5.5 million users worldwide and ranked among the top crypto exchanges on CoinMarketCap. BitMart currently offers 510+ trading pairs with one of the lowest trading fees in the market. Visit their website, follow their Twitter, or join their Telegram.

About Bondly

Bondly is at the forefront of developing new technologies to make blockchain utilization for NFTs and crypto currencies safer, more efficient and truly decentralized. One of the few end to end NFT platforms in the market, Bondly executes every step of the process to bring authenticated digital first goods to the market in sports, music, gaming/esports, and collectibles with a suite of products and services designed to support the entire blockchain ecosystem.
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