Jeton Business June Newsletter

We want to make your business easier in a reliable way for you as Jeton Business, while it is growing. So let us to inform you about our new feature, User Management! Also, we’d like to tell you about non-fungible tokens (NFT), which we frequently hear about these days.

Manage your permissions in your business accounts

We know your responsibilities increase as your business grows, so you may have to build your teams to keep the business running smoothly. However, you might not want them to access all the information in your business accounts. Jeton Business comes into play right at this point.

User Management is ready to give you to manage which teams can access the amount of information you choose. There are 3 types of permissions as Merchant Support, Merchant Admin and Merchant Finance. You can set permissions for sending and exchanging money, as well as to control the ability to see and edit the account profile, company accounts, transactions, counterparties, corporate cards, employees, integrations, etc. with these types in your Jeton Business account.

You can use our new feature in the Settings tool by clicking through the Users and configure the permissions. All the permissions are included in your account plan, and there is no additional charge for that.

Ownership in a new way: non-fungible tokens “NFT”

Non-fungible tokens (NFT) are used for some unique properties and cannot be interchanged with something else. That may include collectibles, game items, digital art, event tickets, domain names, or anything else which is one of a kind.

NFTs can serve as certificates of ownership for virtual or physical assets, which is unique. You can take thousands of copies or photographs of these assets around the world. However, this does not change the fact that it has only one original. Buying it with NFT proves that you own the original one.

We hear lots of news about million-dollar sales with NFT, and people have divided it into two in this regard. Some of them investing in NFT, others believe this is a trend that will disappear soon. So, what do you think? Is it a good or bad investment? We will be following this!


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