On Dec. 6, 2021, the cryptocurrency industry saw the true potential of one of the newest partnerships – that of Earnity and BitNile, as the companies closed $15 million in stock offerings. Earnity founders Dan Schatt and Domenic Carosa have expressed their eagerness to partner with BitNile in Bitcoin mining, among other things.

So, what exactly does Earnity bring to the table in their new partnership with BitNile? Earnity is a startup crypto investment firm based in San Mateo, California. Together with the $15 million the company has closed alongside BitNile, Earnity has raised over $20 million in the last year.

The main goal of Domenic Carosa and Dan Schatt is to provide an online marketplace, developed and overseen by crypto and fintech veterans and experts, that will permit crypto users to earn, collect, learn bout, and even gift tokens or portfolios of digital assets. If successful, it will, in all probability, revolutionize the crypto industry. The Earnity executives also hope to decentralize financial products and open access to them to more people everywhere.

With an unwavering passion for the future of blockchain technology, the Earnity management, including Dan Schatt and Domenic Carosa, aims to give people more control of their money even if they don’t have a cryptography degree. This endeavor should open the world of crypto to previously ignored audiences.

With all that is happening, Earnity is looking forward to launching its crypto beta platform in the first quarter of 2022. Earnity’s new partnership with BitNile bodes well for crypto users and those looking to enter the industry. The companies agreed to form a partnership to develop and co-promote portfolios of non-fungible tokens and other DeFi products and protocols.

To top it off, Earnity has succeeded in bringing digital finance to more people and making access to crypto and other assets a lot easier.