Topnotch Blockchain Company, Electroneum, in a recent tweet through its official tweeter page, announced that it has reached a milestone of four million registered users from different countries of the world.
The Electroneum Blockchain in recent times has embarked on the execution of various projects aimed at boosting the adoption rate of its’ native coin ETN, few of this project include the introduction of a double halving scheduled to hold later in the year, precisely on the 22nd of July 2020, and the launch of ETN electricity Top-ups in four African Countries among others.
However, with the core aim of helping millions of people who are unbanked across the globe, the Electroneum Blockchain said it has expanded to over 140 countries of the world, and that its mobile app has been downloaded by over 2.6 Million people as at press time.
The announcement by the Electroneum Blockchain had breaded mixed feelings among crypto enthusiasts in the crypto space, while some were happy about the development, others were complaining about some previous hack that has affected their ETN holdings and other crypto assets.
Electroneum Powered Freelance Platform, AnyTask, hits 460K users within 3-months
In a similar development, NewsLogical reported that an Electroneum powered freelance platform, AnyTask, has hit 460,000 registered users within three months of launch.
It was reported that almost 6,500 tasks have been created by freelance sellers and buyers on the platform under categories like video editing, whiteboard animation, website design, tech support, and many others.
The powering of AnyTask platform by the Electroneum blockchain is in the bid to further extend decentralized financial services to billions of unbanked and underserved people across the globe, with this, the project is referred to as the first freelance platform that doesn’t require users to have a bank account or a PayPal account and also ranked as the pioneer platform that doesn’t deduct commissions from users earnings.