According to a recent report by Reuters, the new app is designed to replace the risky third-party crypto exchanges by providing a secure and user-friendly mobile platform.
“One of my goals since I joined the company is to provide an intuitive user experience on both mobile and the web to trade all digital assets, including cryptocurrencies,” tZERO CEO Saum Noursalehi told Reuters in a phone interview.
While the initial release of the app will support Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) purchases, Noursalehi notes that the new app will become the foundation for all digital asset trading for tZERO, including art, real estate and even private companies.
The new app will utilize biometric authentication for added security and ease of use, and all private keys are stored directly on the user’s device.
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