Under the leadership of founders Domenic Carosa and Dan Schatt, Earnity is as passionate about the future of blockchain as any company out there. And with an expert staff developing cryptocurrency products that will become industry benchmarks, Earnity has taken a giant step toward its goal to give people back control of their money through a trustworthy financial online marketplace.
Earnity, a startup cryptocurrency investment firm based in San Mateo, California, has raised over $20 million in the last year. The company aims to develop an online platform that will serve as an ideal marketplace for users that will allow them to learn about crypto while they earn and collect more tokens. The platform will also enable users to gift and trade tokens as they build their portfolios of digital assets, making decentralized finance (DeFi) products more accessible and user-friendly.
On Dec. 6, 2021, Earnity teamed up with BitNile and closed $15 million in stock offerings. The deal is a significant milestone in this newly formed partnership. Earnity founders Domenic Carosa and Dan Schatt mentioned that they were looking to make cryptocurrency even more accessible, available, and understood with the help of BitNile.
Indeed, the future looks bright as Earnity plans to launch its crypto beta platform in the early part of 2022. On top of that, Earnity, together with BitNile, will develop and co-promote portfolios of non-fungible tokens and various DeFi products and protocols. The companies are also moving forward with plans to open the world of digital finance to more users. Earnity hopes to provide users with easy access to cryptocurrency and other digital assets while setting its sights on becoming a market leader in the fintech industry.
For BitNile investors, the alliance with Earnity is nothing short of transformational. It allows BitNile to continue mining Bitcoin as it crafts more avenues for users to reap the benefits from the digital currency marketplace.