- Zulu Republic launched WhatsApp trading bot.
- The service supports four digital assets.
Cryptocurrency mass adoption has become another step closer as now users of WhatsApp messenger can send each other digital assets just in a couple of clicks. The functionality is enabled by WhatsApp bot Lite.Im, according to the announcement made by the bot developers from Zulu Republic.
"We are happy to announce that from today you can send and receive #bitcoin & #litecoin on #WhatsApp via @liteim_official ! try it yourself here", they wrote in the official Twitter account.
Apart from Bitcoin and Litecoin the bot now supports Ethereum and ZTH, the native token of Zulu Republic platform. Earlier, the developers launched similar service for Telegram and Facebook Messenger and added SMS transactions functionality.
WhatsApp integration adds about 1.5 billion people around the globe to the potential user base of Lite.Im bot. To start using it, it is necessary to install the bot and follow easy instructions. At this stage, the service supports English and Spanish languages, allows to choose the default cryptocurrency and set a password.
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