Whether we want it or not, cryptocurrencies are transforming the world we live in. Forcing companies, governments and organizations to adapt to this new reality, if they do not want to be overcome by the competition. For this reason, a company like Samsung continues to bet on cryptocurrencies, now with a very special ally: Gemini, the exchange of the Winklevoss twins.
Blockchain technology sweeps
Just a few years ago it was possible to classify Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies as a mere curiosity. An interesting advance, with which some crypto enthusiasts and complex algorithms spent their days experimenting. But not as something that should be dealt with by the world’s great organizations.
That is no longer true. For several years, but especially since 2017, all the big companies, organizations and governments in the world have started to take blockchain into account. Arming research groups to develop Blockchain-based products. Or directly by making alliances with companies related to cryptocurrencies such as Ripple or Gemini.
Thus, there have been important milestones in the development of Blockchain technology. Including the birth of China’s government virtual currency. The development of the virtual currency of a company as important as JP Morgan. And of course, the increasing participation of Samsung in the crypto world.
Samsung bets on crypto
And it is that the South Korean giant has been one of the companies most committed to the crypto world. Including for months new functionalities in their phones, which allow greater integration with Blockchain technology. Allowing decentralized Tron-based applications to enter your app store. As well as developing your own wallet.
Being precisely this wallet integrated into the latest Samsung Galaxy models, the center of the latest news in the crypto world. Well, Samsung continues to bet on cryptocurrencies, and it is demonstrated this time in an alliance with cryptocurrency exchange Gemini. Through which, Samsung will offer support for users of this platform in North America.
“Cryptocurrencies are not only a technology, but also a movement (…) We are proud to work with Samsung to carry the promise of cryptocurrencies of greater decision-making capacity, independence and opportunities for more individuals around the world” Gemini co-founder Tyler Winklevoss commented.
Thanks to this collaboration with Gemini, users of the Samsung wallet will be able to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, view their balance, and send cryptocurrencies between different wallets, all through the exchange, and without leaving the Samsung application. This will undoubtedly facilitate the use of crypto assets by users around the world.