Electroneum: Cryptocurrency Startup Joins GSMA

Electroneum: Cryptocurrency Startup Joins GSMA

What is Electroneum?

Electroneum is a mobile-friendly cryptocurrency focused on securing global mass adoption through the use of its groundbreaking mobile mining app. Having raised $40m in its ICO Electroneum has invested heavily in technological development and now has MOUs signed with major global telecommunications companies, paving the way for it to become the first cryptocurrency available and accessible for all.

 

Mobile World Congress 2018

The purpose of the Mobile World Congress is to convene industry leaders, visionaries and innovators to explore the trends that will shape mobile in the years ahead. GSMA also represents the interests of mobile operators across the world and counts nearly 800 operators among its members. These events showcase the latest in mobile and payments technologies, especially those with the potential to create a better future.

 

Where does Electroneum (ETN) Fit?

Electroneum (ETN) is the perfect first cryptocurrency to become a member of GSMA and exhibit at its famous conference – its technology and strategy entirely revolve around mobile. The Electroneum mobile mining app will allow any user with a smartphone, anywhere in the world, to get involved and begin earning cryptocurrency at the touch of a button. The team behind the coin is working on giving these users a way to spend their earnings by partnering with mobile providers, several of whom have already agreed to formally begin the process of accepting ETN as payment for mobile data.

It’s by this method that Electroneum hopes to achieve mass, worldwide adoption and thereby revolutionize the crypto economy.

Electroneum will have a stand throughout the conference, and founder Richard Ells will be speaking and taking part in a panel discussion on 26th February about ‘Mobile Identity’. More details will be announced soon on the Electroneum website.

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  1. Can you please correct the title, its GSMA not GMSA


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