With the assistance of technology behemoth Samsung, well-known digital asset trading platform Crypto.com is now providing an optimized version of its app for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold gadgets, including the just-released Z Fold4.
The new update, Version 3.158.1, which includes an improved trading and analysis experience specifically for Galaxy Z Fold devices, was unveiled by Crypto.com on Thursday.
Users will be able to compare a variety of tokens simultaneously and more effectively thanks to the new features than on any other mobile device. With this most recent development, Crypto.com becomes the first platform for digital assets to provide a customized experience for Galaxy Z Fold devices.
The joint goal of both businesses to provide their customers with a more engaging mobile experience led to the formation of the partnership. Users will benefit from an enhanced Crypto.com App experience thanks to the update and Galaxy Z Fold devices, which will offer more tools and resources on a single screen.
President and COO of Crypto.com, Eric Anziani, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership and said: “This partnership with Samsung will enable users to experience our app like never before. In order to provide a more productive way of using the app for the trading and analysis of cryptocurrencies, Crypto.com and Samsung have jointly optimized the Crypto.com App for the large screen experience.
Samsung is now a significant player in the cryptocurrency and blockchain industries. For the past few years, the multinational conglomerate has been looking into business opportunities in the emerging sector.
The business introduced the Galaxy A series, a blockchain-based smartphone in 2021 that included a built-in hardware wallet for safe cryptocurrency storage. The first Smart TV capable of using non-fungible tokens was introduced last month by Samsung in collaboration with well-known NFT marketplace Nifty Gateway.
Samsung Asset Management Hong Kong (SAMHK), a division of the company’s investment arm, announced plans to make its Bitcoin Future ETF available to institutional and retail investors in Hong Kong in January.