The web as we know it is taking a big step forward. Why? Because the web as we know it has some fundamental flaws. A centralized, vulnerable, and data-consuming version of the Internet, where few companies own vast proportions of our data, is set to transform into a permissionless and decentralized internet, where everyone controls their own information and content.
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We have been talking a lot about partnerships, implementations and wide-scale uses for crypto ramps, both ours (ramp.network) and in general. However, sometimes all you need is an easy way to get crypto, and Ramp can help here as well.
Some of the greatest advantages of the crypto community and market are mutual understanding and common goals. Most users, readers, members and customers are genuine enthusiasts, knowledgeable about the subject and very eager to give feedback, try new solutions and help. Or, so seems to be the case - reality differs a bit.
Crypto ramps make the process of buying (and selling) crypto in wallets and other crypto-based platforms much quicker, easier and more convenient. Good ramps operate on seamlessly integrated screens and take just a few clicks - but is it secure?
This year will be all about making crypto easier to use than trad-fi. We see many exciting ecosystems blooming and we hope to be part of their success by delivering a fast, reliable, easy to use and integrate way to purchase their native assets.
Crypto on- and off-ramps are key components in achieving Web3’s true potential. Here’s how crypto ramps work and why they matter.
When talking about cryptocurrencies, the things that immediately come to mind are crypto wallets, exchanges and direct conversions of fiat <> crypto. Crypto is only a direct investment mechanism, though: it can be used to purchase stuff, and many game developers are using cryptocurrencies for their in-game mechanics.