Crypterium presents its crypto-fiat solutions at Finovate Fall 2018

It was really nice to get all the awesome feedback on our demo yesterday. Take a peak of what we presented at Finovate if you were not among the attendees.

Marc O’Brien, CEO and Austin Kimm, COO took the stage on the first day of the conference for the actual demonstration of Crypterium live services. About a month ago, we launched a feature that allows anybody to send crypto via phone number. The app makes it possible to transfer cryptocurrencies in seconds even to people who don’t have crypto wallets!

With Crypterium, you can also replenish your phone balance with crypto. We support top-ups of over 500 operators, including AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Virgin Mobile, in over 100 countries. To show how the feature works, Austin refilled his balance right in front of the audience. It all took him a few seconds.

Now, let’s get to the feature we’ve never presented before. Using our app, you’ll be able to refill traditional bank accounts with crypto. Send it directly to your own account, your friend’s or pay for your bills with crypto. Believe it or not, the feature is going to be legen… — we-can’t-wait-for-you-to-test-it… dary!

Bank transfers are the solution that will help us bridge that huge gap between the world of crypto and traditional financial system. It’s still in Beta testing mode, and we’ll need just a little time to make it public.

Keep an eye on our social networks for more updates on Crypterium products. There is a lot more to come!

About Crypterium

CCrypterium is building a mobile app that will turn cryptocurrencies into money that you can spend with the same ease as cash. Shop around the world and pay with your coins and tokens at any NFC terminal, or via scanning the QR codes. Make purchases in online stores, pay your bills, or just send money across borders in seconds, reliably and for a fraction of a penny.

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