- Asset aggregator Assure is making a mark in the crypto space.
- Assure offers a secure, reliable, and user-friendly self-custodial service for encrypted assets.
- The team at Assure states that they are constantly striving to make the product better.
Web2 today has numerous problems such as excessive KYC, lack of single and complete wallets, and a dearth of unified app aggregations. Web3 Asset aggregator Assure tries to solve some of these daunting problems.
Assure wallet is an asset aggregator that includes features such as storage, transaction, DApp, chat, and financial management in one app. It is a web3 decentralized digital wallet, as well as an aggregated management platform for encrypted assets. According to the information provided to CoinQuora, users can transfer the assets in the wallet to exchanges with one click.
— Assure – Web3.0 Asset Aggregator (@Assure_pro) July 4, 2022
Assure focuses on the demands of users in web3 and boasts of a range of features. First, users can check all their assets on a single page. There would be no need to manually switch to each chain. Second, the aggregator possesses a seamless link to Binance. Users can directly deposit funds to Binance and conduct transactions, removing the need for long KYCs and registrations.
Another advantage is the portal DApp, a bridge that connects everything; it functions as an aggregator for all multi-chain assets, facilitating free transfers between Cefi and DeFi. Moreover, the app enables flash cross-chain swap of stablecoin, which would cut down the transfer time drastically.
Some other benefits of the platform include aggregated financing, ease of buying crypto, and social impact opportunities.
The team behind Assure believes that though they have achieved many significant milestones, they have much more to do.
Speaking about the benefits and about their future plans, the team at Assure says, “We are constantly improving the product striving to make it as authentic and convenient a wallet as possible to shape the new pleasant experience of using web3.”