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Getwallet enables instant and simple crypto transfers worldwide

invezz.com 23 June 2022 14:07, UTC
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Getwallet, developed by Getcontact, is a new digital wallet for transferring and storing cryptocurrencies worldwide, Invezz learned from a press release. It will make crypto transfers as easy as sending a text message and focuses on streamlining mobile users’ access to digital assets.

Designed for users seeking to store assets and transfer funds

Getwallet targets users who want to store assets, transfer funds, trade, and diversify their investment portfolio. The new product’s intuitive essence makes it a practically universal solution to help more people take advantage of blockchain technology.

Getcontact developers announced:

With Getwallet, the mobile identity of the user will be recognized as their crypto wallet. This will be achieved by syncing their wallet address and their phone number, after which transferring funds to someone is only several clicks away. Transfers are reliable, simple, and fast regardless of your location.

Built to simplify onboarding

Getwallet technology was designed to simplify onboarding and provide a nice user experience for clients of the service. The developers point out that using crypto infrastructure should be as easy as using a standard banking app or sending a text.

The lead developer of the app added that complicated transactions and long wallet addresses would become history for Getwallet users. They will be able to transfer Getwallet’s official crypto Getcoin with just a smartphone.

Diverse range of markets for product

Getwallet forms a comprehensive services suite together with Getpay.com. Its main markets include a large variety of countries in North and South America and Asia, especially Indonesia and the CIS region.

Getcoin will be launched to the public in October this year. Getwallet started collecting early access requests for the coin on June 1. According to the developers, the early access opportunity for Getcoin is based on a business model, which is, in turn, built not on demand from investors but a user-driven economy.

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