Simplified crypto portfolio app hopes to attract new users to the space by targeting investors with as little as $25.
B21 Founder, Nitin Agarwal, explained that the company’s mission to Cointelegraph:
“To bring digital asset investing to the mainstream, so everyone can participate in the potential returns without having to deal with the complex technology typically associated with digital and crypto asset investments.”
Agarwal told Cointelegraph that he expects about 90% of users to be first time cryptocurrency investors, but that the app also has something to offer to those who already hold digital assets.
“Even existing investors can find it complicated to invest using exchanges. Exchanges are meant for traders while non custodial wallets are meant for tech savvy people who want to hold on to their keys. B21 is largely focussed towards the people who want to invest but not worry about managing keys or get lost in the complicated experience of the exchanges.”