Apple Pay, Samsung Pay Options Now Usable for Qtum Users to Trade Crypto After Zeus Partnership
Cryptos have burst onto the stage in the last couple of years. Already its trading has graduated from a few tech-heads to a more general audience. Yet a major stumbling block has been the issue with the rigidity of trading tokens. The latest work by Qtum might go a long way in addressing that issue. This might also mean that the possibility of an integrated market, utilizing various cryptocurrencies might have gotten its first real boost. And finally, this announcement will undoubtedly also increase the overall usage of digital assets.
Zeux And Qtum Making Tokens More Accessible.
A recent comment by the company official twitter handle read
“Great news! #Qtum holders can now use QTUM to pay at all shops via Apple Pay and Samsung Pay using @Zeuxapp!#fintech #paytech #cryptocurrency #Zeux”.
Qtum has noted that their customers can use the token for transactions. They can also make use of the new app Zeux to trade. The crypto firm explained their rationale as
“Zeux reduces the friction of using QTUM in the real world and sticks to the nature of cryptocurrency by providing zero-fees on foreign transactions because blockchain technology is borderless! You can use QTUM wherever Apple Pay or Samsung Pay is accepted with your mobile phone on the Zeux app.”
After this, an obviously happy Miguel Palencia, the Chief Information Officer of the Qtum Foundation, talked about how excited the team was about the fact that Zeux had added QTUM to its app. He noted,
“This adds a tremendous amount of additional utility for our valued community who can now use QTUM for all point-of-sale payments with merchants that accept Apple Pay, and Samsung Pay.”
He recognized the importance that an app such as Zeux could have on the daily life of people. In his opinion, the app is a
“seamless way for people to use crypto in their day-to-day lives without the friction of choosing from a select group of merchants who accept crypto directly.”
Cloud And Crypto: The Future Techs
Qtum has been focussing on the real-world application of their token. While the coin is a “Proof of Stake” blockchain, this partnership is a huge boost towards the idea of inducing more usage. This is almost inevitable as the two “pay” services will undoubtedly link them with many “Point of Sale” terminals the world over. Along with that the company is dedicated to its new partnership with Amazon Web Services [AWS].
It is too early to say if this is going to be a successor that this already has the germinating seeds of failure. However, small innovations such as this will undoubtedly help the entire industry in the long run.