tZERO Launches Crypto Wallet and Exchange App On Android

tZERO Launches Crypto Wallet and Exchange App On Android

tZERO, a subsidiary of popular cryptocurrency-friendly retailer Overstock, has launched a cryptocurrency wallet and exchange application for Android devices.

Where Is tZero Heading To With Crypto Wallet App

The press release revealed that the app is available on Google’s Play Store, and is similar to the one tZERO launched for iOS devices but includes a customizable user interface.

The app for Android lets users buy, sell, hold, receive, and send two cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin and Ethereum. The company is planning to add more cryptocurrencies to its selection in the nearest future. The app also allows users to set bio-metric authentication for added security.

The CEO of tZERO, Saum Noursalehi, said:

We are excited to bring our platform to Android users, which we believe will significantly expand our user-base. The accessibility of the tZERO Crypto App is critical in our plan to provide an intuitive trading experience for all digital assets.

The company is also planning to add a private key recovery system that’ll allow its users to restore their cryptocurrencies even if they lose their mobile device or their private keys. tZERO’s trading platform opened in January with a token sale that raised $134 million.


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