Steady user-base growth continues on Electroneum and Anytask with thousands of new sign-ups daily
Electroneum is on track to surpass 4.1 million users in the next ten or so days. Just under 4,300 new users registered Electroneum accounts.
And once again, app downloads exceeded new sign-ups by over 1,000 as 5,292 people have completed Electroneum app downloads. That means that as of last Wednesday, users have completed a total of 2,736,514 Electroneum app downloads.
As of 9 December 2020, AnyTask boasts over 581,550 registered users. There are 14,722 freelancers currently with over 27,200 tasks listed across dozens of categories and subcategories.
COINTELEGRAPH: Crypto payments network celebrates two adoption milestones
“Quality control of tasks is one of our top priorities with AnyTask to ensure that buyers have access only to the best freelance talent,” said Head of Marketing Cathy Jenkins. “We have declined over 27,500 tasks because they do not meet the standards.”
Media coverage and more
This past week, Cointelegraph published two articles that mention Electroneum. The first one -entitled Game recognize game: Institutions make it easier to invest in Bitcoin — about the S&P Dow launch of crypto indices in January 2021.
Electroneum Head of Corporate Relations Chris Norris commented on what this mainstream finance development means for the crypto and blockchain industry and how it will impact the space next year.
The second article — Crypto payments network celebrates two big adoption milestones — covers Electroneum’s mobile airtime and data expansion to 20 more countries for a total of 163, making it the largest crypto project provider of this service. It also speaks of the fifth African country — Guinea-Bissau — added to the list for electricity top-ups.
The article was picked up by a Chinese news outlet Xiaobai Finance and UK-based Fintech Zoom, who made a s-LITE mistake with their headline.
“And on this note, there is great news!” said Marketing Manager Jonathan Marriot. “Shortly, electricity top-ups are scheduled to go live in four more countries.”
Lastly, the marketing team is thrilled to announce new categories across their newsrooms.
As many of you already know, the AnyTask newsroom now has four categories: Buyer Testimonials, Seller Testimonials, and News. Also, currently work in progress are Tips for Buyers and Tips for Sellers.
The Electroneum newsroom has four categories, including News, Blog, Press Releases, and Company Updates. And a new newsroom called In The Press is also live now with its four categories: Crypto Press, Text Interviews, Audio&Video Interviews, and Mainstream Media. This newsroom gathers some of the top stories about Electroneum and AnyTask in the media.
A message from our CEO
The end of 2020 is approaching quickly. As 2021 nears and hopes of the Covid-19 coming under control through promising vaccinations that have kicked off in the UK, Electroneum mulls the progress made to date as its team revisits all the current year’s learning experiences.
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“We are proud of what we’ve achieved this year,” said CEO Richard Ells. “We’ve seen significantly more interest in our project from various sectors.”
The entire Electroneum team is currently focused on massively improving the user interface and user experience to take the project to the next level.
“I want to take this opportunity to let the entire Electroneum community that we are focusing significant resources to ensuring that our user interface and user experience meet the highest standards,” he said.
“We are aware that this has caused some issues with support, but it is part of our preparations ahead of our next massive drive to reach new audiences and spark even greater ETN adoption worldwide,” Mr. Ells added.
Regarding AnyTask, Ells said that this project is brilliant proof that cryptocurrency and blockchain can disrupt all industries. “With the success of AnyTask in 2021, we will have proof that creators of digital content are more fairly compensated for their work. It also enables them to reach new audiences.”