May 31, 2022

The first marketplace in the world where you can directly buy fine wines with cryptocurrencies is online. It’s the Italian Wine Crypto Bank (IWCB), the first wine bank that brings together great Italian wines, blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Over 40 prestigious Italian wineries with their best wines are associated to the project that aims at creating new consumers among the crypto users that will soon be one billion with an economy estimated at 4.67 billion dollars at the end of 2021. The IWCB marketplace however is also tempting for the simple wine enthusiasts and collectors who can obtain the same unique benefits.

Among the wineries: Planeta Winery, Tua Rita, Cantina Giuseppe Cortese, Tenuta L’impostino, AziendaAgricola Le Chiuse, Azienda Agricola Elena Fucci, Tasca d’Almerita, Marchesi Mazzei – Castello di Fonterutoli, Fontanafredda, Podere Il Carnasciale.

IWCB wine buyers in crypto are entitled to a single bonus if they leave the wine in the custody of the IWCB for a fixed term in a bonded warehouse (in Italy), under ideal climatic and light conditions, and with full insurance coverage. These buyers will be paid by IWCB in wine (to be chosen from its Cellar) up to the 50% of any increase the crypto they used for the purchase had during the period of custody (which can continue afterwards). This is of course on top the average yield that fine wines have, which according to the LIV-EX 1000 index remains constantly growing, at 8.6%, since August 2020.

There could not have been a better time for the launch of the IWCB marketplace, because any purchase of wine in crypto becomes a rare opportunity for solid investment, at a time of great markets volatility. The “buy the dip”, as they say in the jargon for purchases made when the market is downhill like that of crypto, in this case is protected from any bad surprise because it is guaranteed by the wine purchased.

The Italian Wine Crypto Bank marketplace also includes NFT and soon the Cellar Metaverse.

For more information:
Davide Casalin, Email: [email protected], WhatsApp: +39 339 718 2741