Electroneum continues to see over 2,000 ETN APP downloads each day
The marketing team revamps the TV Ad as it expands the advertising campaign to more countries around the world where more AnyTask purchases are taking place.
Electroneum Head of Tech Development Barry Last revealed that his team is still prioritizing improving the user interface (UI) and experience (UX) across all the UK-based startup’s products and services.
Mr. Last also spoke of internal work process improvements to make the work of his staff more efficient. He said that developers run unit tests when code reviewing or testing changes and releases.
Previously, he added, these tests (sometimes thousands) took up to 45 minutes each to complete. However, the tech team reduced those times to only three minutes.
2,000 Electroneum App downloads a day!
Hundreds of mobile top-ups take place each day, and as of 24 February 2020, Electroneum App users have completed a total of 225,453 of these transactions worldwide. Electroneum is a top crypto in-app provider of mobile and data top-ups with a presence in 163 countries.
Electroneum App downloads continued at a daily rate of over 2,000 for a second week in a row. The total number of Electroneum ETN APP users is now 2,840,755. The number of Electroneum registered accounts is now at 4,171,984 after another seven-day period of over 10,300 new sign-ups.
Ten new merchants have listed their outlets on ETNeverywhere.com, the directory of places where Electroneum users can spend their ETN.
As the AnyTask.com and Electroneum TV ad campaign continues — shortly to be expanded to more countries — the number of active freelancers continues to increase. There are now nearly 16,100 active freelancers with just under 31,100 tasks listed.
Interest in both Electroneum and AnyTask have seen a significant increase from early January as a result of the TV ad campaign, which was instrumental in driving increased traffic to AnyTask.com as well as Electroneum.com.
The new TV ad
Electroneum Social Media Manager Stefan Murphy has produced the new Electroneum TV ad to promote both AnyTask and the award-winning crypto project in more countries as the campaign is expanded, said Cathy Jenkins, Head of Marketing.
Cathy Jenkins also explained that Marketing and Data Analysis had tracked the results from all the previous promotional campaigns to narrow down which countries perform better. Based on that data, Electroneum expects to see even better results in the coming weeks.
AnyTask is seeking talented artists
Marketing Manager Jonathan Marriott said that, as previously announced, Electroneum is seeking talented artists as the UK-based crypto project is now involved in the non-fungible token (NFT) collectibles through a collaboration agreement with Blockchain Heroes.
Mr. Marriott explained there’s a massive spike in demand for digital collectibles. The NFT marketplace has grown to $340 million in 2020 and could increase to $1.3 billion this year, according to a report.
Jonathan Marriott called on digital freelancers with drawing, painting, illustrating, and animating skills to sign up now as a seller on the AnyTask.com freelance platform and list their NFT task. Freelancers with architecture, video, music, and 3D rendering skills should also list their NFT task taking advantage of this ground-floor opportunity, he added. If you are already an AnyTasker, then go to “ Create a Task” and list yours now.