Bitcoin (BTC) And XRP Payments To Be Available Soon On WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, And Viber Via New AI Wallet
2019 is supposed to be the year which will mark the crypto mainstream adoption.
There have been a lot of useful moves and achievements towards making this huge goal a reality.
If you recall, Samsung released the Galaxy S10 with a crypto wallet implemented, and this was a massive support move from the tech giant’s part.
Also, XRP has just been implemented into WooCommerce which powers about 3.3 million online websites, and this is another example of a significant step towards mass adoption of crypto.
Here is the latest move that supports this aim.
Send crypto on WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and more
According to the latest reports, a new crypto wallet is about to launch, and it allows users to pay in BTC when they’re on WhatsApp, Viber, and Telegram. After the BTC trial, it has been reported that other coins will follow as well.
WhatsApp and Telegram apps will enable their users to allow crypto payments via SMS, as revealed by the online publication UToday.
The magazine quotes Express.co.uk and reports that Wuabit is currently gearing up to release its crypto wallet that can be integrated into the chat interfaces of popular messaging apps.
According to the website, it seems that the move will not be possible only for WhatsApp, but also for Telegram, Facebook Messenger and Viber in the near future.
After BTC, it is said that ETH, XRP, BCH, and LTC will follow.
Software based on AI algorithms
According to the developers, this new product will be software based on special AI algorithms.
This wallet is going to be a user-friendly one, and in order to make a transaction, users will reportedly have to type a direct command such as “send 0.09 BTC to Mary” and the wallet will process it and will send the crypto to the particular person mentioned in the command.
According to the company’s spokesperson, in April the public will see the beta testing of the application.
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