DeFi For You launches mobile wallet app

London, United Kingdom – The crypto and non-fungible (NFT) pawnshop platform DeFi For You has just released a full mobile app with a wallet that supports most of the major cryptocurrencies. The news comes after the project listed its native DFY token on on December 31.

“We wanted to end 2021 on a high note,” said CEO Adam Chaplin. “This is the first of the app’s four modules. It will later include our NFT pawnshop and NFT Marketplace features, as well as staking and farming.

DeFi For You recently launched an NFT marketplace and will announce partnerships with a large pawn shop and licensed bank in Ukraine in 2022.

“The mobile wallet will eventually contain all of the functionality of our platform, including lending and borrowing, connecting with local pawn shops, building and trading NFTs, and earning through farming and lotteries, ”Chaplin said.

“We recognize the importance of integrating mobile into the mix. We are building this app to allow our users to interact with our platform on the go and bring their DeFi wallet with them wherever they go.

“You’ll be able to take photos on your mobile and instantly turn them into NFT and get them to market in seconds. When someone buys it, the funds will be deposited into the wallet and can later be withdrawn through our fiat banking partners if you wish as well.

What is DeFi for you?

DeFi For You was founded in the summer of 2020 by Adam Chaplin, who was co-founder

of The platform allows users to work with pawn shops for NFT physical assets and use them as collateral for stable loans.

The platform has increased its presence in the Binance Smart Chain community and beyond.

DeFi For You now offers lending and borrowing services, an NFT marketplace, partnerships with pawn shops, a banking partnership and now a mobile app.

To learn more about DeFi For You, visit our website.

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Casey J. Nelson