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PlayMining GameFi Platform Now Accepts Both Legal Tender and DEAPcoin ($DEP) as Payment for NFTs

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In a bid to promote mass adoption, besides including legal tender payments, PlayMining is celebrating the DEP’s one-year anniversary since token listing with a series of events

PlayMining Now Accepts Legal Tender for NFT Purchases

GameFi players on the PlayMining platform can now buy NFTs with fiat via PayPal, credit card or debit card.

GameFi players on the PlayMining platform can now buy NFTs with fiat via PayPal, credit card or debit card.

SINGAPORE, Jan. 25, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Digital Entertainment Asset (DEA), a Singapore-based global Web3 entertainment company and operator of the PlayMining GameFi platform, has announced the introduction of legal tender as a new payment option on the PlayMining platform. PayPal, credit card and debit card payments will now be accepted, along with the company’s DEAPcoin token ($DEP).

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Legal tender will be accepted for payments on the PlayMining NFT marketplace, including purchases within games such as the company’s flagship title ‘JobTribes’ and other games on the platform. This payment option only applies to ‘Official Store’ purchases, however. Players must continue using DEP for…

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