WhatsApp now allows users to transfer Bitcoin (BTC) and Litecoin (LTC). Facebook also oversees WhatsApp users in using stablecoin.
Digital currency transactions are increasingly widespread, now more platforms offer these transactions to exchange or wallets this digital currency.
However, some market players began targeting popular messaging platforms to introduce digital currency payments, and many other companies joined the group. (Ethereum World New/ auth)
What has been done by the Zulu Republic for digital currencies ...?
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Recently, the Republic of Zulu blockchain platform uploaded comments through their Twitter account, the post stated that it had launched a special bot for WhatsApp users. The goal is to send and receive currencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Litecoin (LTC) using the new Lite.Im bot.
In order to be able to send or receive digital currencies through the new WhatsApp bot, users only need to install it and check requests on the screen. The bot also allows users to get several digital currencies by referring friends, and making sure they install it too.
Until now, bots have two language options namely Spanish and English. Apart from BTC and ETH, the bot allows the sending and receiving of original Zulu Republic (ZTX) tokens.
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A number of companies have even gone further and introduced digital currency transactions via ordinary SMS. This option is much easier to use for those who are not good at using gadgets. Also recently informed that the Wuabit digital currency wallet, plans to begin operations on WhatsApp, Viber, SMS and Telegram.
Later at the beginning of the year, bot Lite.Im was also launched for Facebook Messenger, Telegram and SMS. The Zulu Republic believes that the message delivery platform is very important to spread the widest adoption of digital currencies.
Furthermore, cellular digital currency transactions in the world region such as Africa and Asia, allow many people who do not have bank accounts, have access to the global financial system, online payments, and even give them small opportunities.
So it is no longer a secret anymore, social media Facebook is busy developing its own stablecoin. The special blockchain division and newly established startup in Switzerland are doing the work to expand this digital currency...