Crypto payments firm MoonPay has launched a new service, HyperMint.
HyperMint allows brands to mint up to 100 million non-fungible tokens (NFTs) at once.
With HyperMint, creators and brands can attach images, music, video or other metadata to a token on their own platform.
HyperMint is Moonpay’s attempt to become what the “Amazon Web Services for NFTs.”
Companies already signed up include Fox Corporation, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Universal Pictures, Death Row Records, the United Kingdom-based luxury store Selfridges, lifestyle and gaming platform FaZe Clan and music producer Timbaland’s Beatclub.
The service adds another string to the bow of MoonPay’s product suite, which includes fiat onramp infrastructure that allows individuals to purchase NFTs with a debit or credit card, and a concierge service which educates high net worth buyers on crypto.
There has also been talk of MoonPay launching its own wallet in the future.