Seamless Web3 Onboarding: Fully Branded Mojito's Wallet-as-a-Service

August 10, 2023

Web3 applications and tooling is rapidly evolving as the industry matures. The last two years have ushered in a new era of adoption by global brands and customer engagement. Amidst this shift, Wallet-as-a-Service (WaaS) is emerging as the crucial bridge for mainstream users to seamlessly step into the world of Web3 and set up their first on-chain ownership of digital assets. This is how the biggest Web2 brands including Sotheby’s to Nike are stepping into Web3. 

It’s not a revolution, it’s an expansion: new channels, new revenue, increased brand value and loyalty. Set up a Web3 Wallet with email &/ phone number for your customer or login with 193 other wallets via Wallet Connect, Metamask native. This “Web2.5 approach” offers a seamless blend of non-custodial and blockchain-verified transactions, so top brands can effortlessly engage their existing audience while also tapping into the vast potential of web3 natives.

The Challenge: Complexities of Web3 Wallets

Web3 wallets are essential in offering users control over their data and assets. However, the technical intricacies of setting up and managing these wallets can be an obstacle for mainstream users. 

Mojito stays by your side as your brand navigates this new territory by empowering you with our unique Wallet-as-a-Service.  We manage the complexity, security and risk of Web3 so that you can focus on creating experiences you want for your customers while experimenting with your web3 strategy.

Branded Wallets  

Your company wants to keep their brand front and center - now you can, with a Web3 Wallet that is branded with your logo, colors and name. Mojito allows you to create a branded wallet, for example “BobCo Wallet.” This means your customers web3 wallet will always have your brand name and your customer can access other parts of Web3 with your web3 wallet. 

Everything is configurable. That wallet can be 

  • limited and only available on your website (we call this “walled-garden)”
  • available anywhere a Web3 wallet is available (use it to login, like O-Auth) 

Your tools, Your Way

Armed with Mojito's SDK, you can create new, robust Web3 wallets for your consumer, and facilitate transactions using crypto or credit cards through the Mojito Payment Mixer, while offering logins to a wide range of existing digital wallets. Integrate digital wallet data into your existing data and reporting infrastructure to  generate insights on spend habits, consumer preferences, and more. We offer a comprehensive solution to help your brand dramatically enhance or transform  loyalty strategies and bolster customer engagement, so that you can generate greater LTV than ever before'. 

Leveraging Mojito's WaaS: Your Enhanced Customer Engagement Strategy

By incorporating Mojito's Wallet-as-a-Service into your systems, you don't have to worry about the technical, legal, and support complexities of Wallet-as-a-Service. Easily onboard mainstream users with enriched Web3 experiences, process diverse payments swiftly, manage wallet functionalities natively, and efficiently split royalties from transactions using Mojito's Payment Splitter.

Broadening Your Reach with Mojito's WaaS

Your brand is exploring, working and experimenting with Web3 Tech already. Broaden your brand's reach and amplify your consumer engagement strategy with Mojito’s WaaS. This solution is at the crux of unifying a Web2 profile with onchain data to future proof your analytics strategy. Mojito's WaaS acts as a seamless bridge between Web2 and Web3 to ensure a more inclusive customer experience. Mojito WaaS gives your brand a wallet solution that’s easy to activate, spin-up and get going. Mojito takes care of all the integrations and support so that you can focus. Most importantly, it gives you a way to get into Web3 and extend your existing Web2 strategy.

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Use Mojito's Wallet-as-a-Service reliable tool, to effortlessly integrate Web3 into your current strategy, and tap into its vast potential of onchain data. We designed our offering in a way that enriches the user experience and facilitates brand innovation. Explore how Secondary Market can benefit your brand with one of our brand experts

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A Web3 Interview with Mercedes-Benz NXT

May 24, 2024

Learn more about the Mojito-powered ‘Era of Technology’ NFT collection.

Our latest partnership with Mercedes-Benz NXT, the Mojito-powered ‘Era of Technology’ NFT collection, is officially live!

Launched on May 21, the 780 collectible drop is now on sale until May 28, and you can go mint an NFT from the collection at this link.  

ICYMI in last week’s blog: each collectible is on sale at 0.08 ETH, including collectors’ discounts, and you can pay via ETH or your credit card. 

The drop also features a slew of features built by our web3 studio at Mojito — including our APIs, SDKs, and white-labeled, on-demand wallet creation — which powered the sale mechanics (including a unique discount feature) and made it super easy for Mercedes-Benz NXT to get its collection into the hands (and wallets) of its community. 

To continue spreading the Mojito x Mercedes-BenZ NXT gospel, we spoke with Sebastian Ihler, Co-founder and Head of Product 0xNXT GmbH (Mercedes-Benz’s web3-focused product studio), to learn a little more about what sparked the project, gain some insights for web3 brand leaders like yourself, and celebrate the onchain collection of stunning digital objects.

Let’s get into it. 

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Mojito Brought the Toledo Museum of Art’s Debut Web3 Collection to Market with 10,000 NFTs — and Zero Code

January 18, 2024

Learn how we helped the museum tell an essential cultural story through the power of digital art and community.

Mojito's technology breathes life into dynamic web3 experiences for brands. We simplify the complex backend, allowing the front end to effortlessly focus on the fun stuff – including sticky consumer engagement.

Our recent collaboration with the forward-thinking museum turned this vision into reality. Mojito worked with Toledo's team to orchestrate a digital art experience by Osinachi & Yusuf Lateef. Our community engagement portal enabled Toledo to provide a smooth minting process, hassle-free claims, turnkey community management and reporting for the museum. The result? A powerful drop of 10,000 NFTs.

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The Web3-ification of Credit Card Loyalty Programs

January 11, 2024

Visa's new web3 loyalty program is no accident.

Swipe (or nowadays, tap) your credit card, and earn points. A process that’s now commonplace has a lengthy history that can teach us more than a few things about customer loyalty — and its journey through technology. Let’s start at the beginning. 


From paper to plastic 💳


While the history of credit cards dates back thousands of years, things turned from stone to metal — and later paper and plastic — about halfway through the 20th century with the arrival of the modern credit card in 1950. Reportedly invented following a case of a forgotten wallet, The Diner’s Club Card (initially owned by Discover Financial Services before its acquisition by BMO in 2009) was the first multipurpose charge card credit card intended primarily for dining and travel expenses. 

The Diner’s Club was also the first to pair the concept of charging credit with fueling consumer loyalty through the inception of points. Through partnering with dining, entertainment, and later, travel entities (i.e., airlines, rental cars, and hotels), Diners Club cardholders paid a tiered annual fee to gain special perks based on how much money they spent. The greater the yearly fee, the greater the perks. 

About eight years following Diner’s Club in 1958, American Express entered the credit card industry with the world’s first international charge card, which initially had an annual fee of $6 (one dollar more than Diner’s Club). Shortly after, Bank of America and Mastercard followed suit. During this initial period, most credit cards focused on offering customers just that — credit — with loyalty and reward yet to take off.