Freewallet, known for its Ethereum, Monero and other altcoin mobile wallets, has released three new apps and expanded its family of wallets to eleven products. “While Bitcoin is slowly passing away,” as they put it, Freewallet’s announced the release of Zcash, Ardor and NXT cryptocurrencies wallets.
The release of the Zcash wallet took place on the same day the network was launched and the company says that later this month users will be able to buy Zcash with credit cards. “Our special analyst evaluates each new coin potential and select most promising ones that might be interesting to our customers in the long term. Freewallet team is excited about Zcash launch and convinced of its success.”, says Alvin Hagg, Freewallet’s founder.
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Freewallet representatives say they believe the turning point has come to encourage crypto-users to get a closer look at the newborn currencies and try to predict the next leaders.
“I don’t like the word ‘altcoins’. It’s outdated and misleading. Using this term is like telling that USD is the only currency and Euro is an alt-currency. I see the beauty of cryptocurrencies in diversity. There are no altcoins and heterocoins. There are cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin is not that different from FantomCoin. There are small countries and big countries. Small towns and megapolises. The same story is crypto-world. Every coin has it’s beauty”, says Alvin.
Freewallet also announced an upcoming cooperation between with Indacoin which is supposed to simplify altcoins market entry process. Users will be able to buy any coins with any bank cards directly in the app.