PRESS RELEASE. The MinePlex The platform announces the creation of a new mobile crypto bank for the CrossFi industry that aims to combine traditional financial instruments with blockchain technologies. Mobile crypto-banking comes with the functionality that makes it possible to use cryptocurrencies in everyday life: paying for clothes, food, gadgets as well as utilities, internet and other services.
“In fact, we’ve created a new industry that has erased the boundaries between cryptocurrencies and traditional financial assets. Now our users can buy and sell cryptocurrency, or pay for their daily purchases using mobile crypto-banking. And all of this is possible on the single platform, ”shared MinePlex CMO Alexandr Mamasidikov.
In the next step, MinePlex plans to develop the project further, open MinePlex University, add new features and expand the user base. By 2023, the number of crypto mobile banking users is expected to reach 85 million globally. By 2024, it is expected to approach one billion.
The MinePlex platform remains at the forefront of the CrossFi market through the constant development of its infrastructure which already includes mobile crypto banking, debit card linked to cryptocurrencies, two Mine and Plex project tokens, smart contracts for the staking of these tokens, a crypto wallet, and P2P cryptocurrency exchange platform without intermediaries.
“We have already created the CrossFi industry. Now we are focusing our efforts on developing the ecosystem, educating people on how to use mobile crypto-banking which has benefits like user-friendliness, fast conversion from cryptocurrency to fiat, commissions weaker, opportunities to win on staking, etc. », Underlined the CMO of MinePlex. Alexandr Mamasidikov.
In 2021, MinePlex plans to integrate more than 20 cryptocurrencies into its portfolio.
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