Electricity top-ups in four countries
Richard came to his company’s YouTube channel and gave information about this. He told that so far people in 140 countries can top up airtime with the electroneum through ETN app and up to 200,000 top up taking place within the electroneum ecosystem.
He then announces that he is very proud that Electroneum is the first cryptocurrency in the world to be used to top up not one but four African countries electricity. The names of these countries are Gambia, Nigeria, Mali and Senegal. Now people do not need to go outside the house, staying in their house can directly top up electricity with ETN app.
ETN Everywhere & AnyTask Adoption
In addition he gave information about ETN Everywhere and AnyTask. So far, more than 2000 businesses are accepting ETNs and this number is gradually increasing. In the coming time we will see that ETN will be accepted on more places because we’ve had a genuine solution from well problem and we’ve had now a beneficiary so we have the most successful freelancer platform that has ever been launched in the cryptocurrency space.
We started AnyTask only four months ago, we have over 450,000 registrations on that site. We had rejected 18,000 tasks which have been rejected by our team of quality control, which is not really great but we have done it. More than 6000 tasks were accepted and last month $17,000 worth of task were purchased on that platform.
We have solved the world’s problem with Electroneum in that the problem is the ability to get a small amount of value from people you have or do not have and by doing so you have solved a problem for two people. First, people who want to buy freelance services at the best price and second, people who have talent but there is no way to show their talent to the world.
Now remember we’re not transferring money. We are transferring ETN but ETN is a store of value and the more places we can bring online for you to be able to transfer that into something that was very tangible to you, like your electricity top up or your mobile phone top up so the more of that happens the more adoption we’re going to get.