ClickStream Corp. (OTC PINK: CLIS), a technology company focused on developing platforms that disrupt conventional industries, announced that its subsidiary Nifter™, has begun integrations of Transak and Winter to relieve the complicated process purchasers experience buying NFTs. Transak and Winter will automate the process of creating a crypto wallet, a Nifter profile, and purchasing Ethereum or other cryptocurrencies required to purchase Nifter™'s Value-Based NFTs. NFT purchasers will only be required to have a credit card and email address when purchasing on Nifter when the integrations are completed by Q1 of 2023.
Transak will allow purchasers to use payment methods beyond credit and debit cards such as CashApp and Zelle. While Winter will enable Nifter to create its own branded payments system for deeper integration and automation.
Adopting these two innovative platforms will provide more convenient payment methods for the average customer buying Nifter's NFTs, as well as, improve conversion rates and revenue as Nifter™ begins large-scale marketing campaigns for 2023.
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