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PlayDapp Token (PLA) added to Samsung Blockchain Wallet as Payment Token

PlayDapp Token (PLA) is now fully available in the Samsung Blockchain Wallet and purchasable from Upbit

PlayDapp token (PLA) has been added to the Samsung Blockchain Wallet as an available token. Another great development, after our listing on UpBit.

PlayDapp token (PLA), purchasable from Upbit, is now fully useable via the Samsung Blockchain wallet. The Samsung Blockchain wallet is the official digital wallet by Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest smartphone maker.

PlayDapp Users will be able to use the Samsung dApps service using PlayDapp (PLA) token.

The ‘Samsung Blockchain Wallet’ featured in Samsung Electronics’ flagship smartphone
Galaxy series. PlayDapp Token (PLA) has been listed.

PlayDapp token (PLA) is a digital asset used within the PlayDapp Blockchain gaming ecosystem to purchase and trade NFT items within games and with the global C2C marketplace

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