Uplift DAO Partners with MoonPay to Ease Web3 Investment

Uplift DAO is partnering with Web3 infrastructure provider, MoonPay to ease access to web3 investments. Through this collaboration, users can easily invest in high-potential web3 projects using traditional payment methods. Additionally, the development will make it easier for individuals to participate in financing high-value projects in which they would normally be unable to invest in.

One of the primary goals of Uplift DAO is to make Web3 investment options more accessible. Incorporating MoonPay into Uplift’s platform not only improves the quality of users’ experience but also helps pave the way for web3 scalability, which is crucial for the future of web3 investment. The partnership will enable seamless currency exchange between fiat, crypto, and NFTs. It works with a wide variety of payment types, including major credit cards, debit cards, local bank transfers, Apple Pay, and Google Pay.

How Uplift DAO and MoonPay’s web3 investment mission works

When it comes to funding cryptocurrency and Web3 initiatives, Uplift’s partnership with MoonPay is revolutionary. The partnership allows users to invest in dozens of promising early-stage IDO projects on Uplift’s launchpad and acquire and stake more than 100 virtual assets directly on the platform. An additional feature of Uplift is that people can invest in its projects for as little as $100, making early web3 investing more accessible than before.

Uplift uses its exclusive Price Protection Promise, in which it collaborates closely with the leading due diligence professionals in the business. It does this to guarantee that every project it finances is of the highest quality and has substantial potential. The program’s goal is to foster a sense of mutual trust between the projects and their entire communities that will benefit from them. Users’ investments are safeguarded, and they are also safe in case of market instability.

Uplift’s Key Performance Indicator Protected Funding mechanism, through which it keeps track of KPIs for each project, forms the basis for the Price Protection Promise. When investors back a project, they expect to see returns based on certain key performance indicators. Failure to meet the KPIs results in opportunities for refunds to investors.