Guinea Bissau is the fifth country that Electroneum has activated for electricity top-ups from within the app. Electricity top-ups were already possible in four African countries – Nigeria, Senegal, the Gambia, and Mali.
“The electricity top-ups in those five African nations are now provided by a different third-party supplier that offers slightly better pricing for the benefit of our users,” said Nigel Pooley, Head of Global Partnerships.
In-app mobile phone and electricity top-ups are quick and easy to complete. They represent a utility case for millions of Electroneum users worldwide who can top up their phones or those of their friends and family. That is also possible with electricity meter top-ups.
“We have built a unique crypto ecosystem powered by Electroneum that for the first time in this industry’s history has enabled people worldwide to earn, spend, spend, receive or transfer ETN globally,” said Richard Ells.
“AnyTask.com is the first crypto-powered freelance platform that does not charge freelancers any fees or commissions and enables them to earn an income even if they do not have a bank or PayPal account,” said the CEO of the award-winning crypto startup.
Electroneum has become one of the most accessible cryptocurrencies in space. And as of the deal with LockTrip, Electroneum users have access to millions of businesses globally, as well as thousands more listed on Electroneum’s ETN Everywhere website.
“We have recently made booking travel possible with ETN via the LockTrip website. We have many more of these use cases ready for integration by our tech team,” Ells said.
“Online purchases of food and construction materials will be made possible shortly from within the Electroneum app. People working away from home will be able to send a wide array of daily essentials to their friends and families’ doorsteps at a click of a button,” he added.
Electroneum is a mobile-phone-based crypto app powered by a revolutionary instant payment system that enables its nearly 4.1 million registered users to send, receive, and transfer funds within minutes at a fraction of a U.S. cent.