San Jose, BTCookie has reached cooperation with Circle, a leading blockchain payment start up invested by Goldman Sachs and IDG.
A few days ago, the world’s first stable currency wallet BTCookie and Circle reached a cooperation. Circle has listed its issued stable currency USDC to BTCookie and provides more complete and stable technical support for BTCookie users.
It is understood that as the world’s first stable coin wallet, BTCookie has received great attention from the blockchain industry through its anonymous, concise and efficient functional attributes. Mainly to store the stable coins anchoring US dollar instead of the bitcoin, the BTCookie has a unique advantage in meeting the needs of property preservation and payment. The Circle, the issuer of the USDC, has received huge financing from top investment institutions such as Goldman Sachs and IDG. This cooperation will help to expand the ecosystem of each other.
Up to now, BTCookie has access to USDT, which anchors the US dollar and has a market cap over 3 billion USD. In addition, it will also access stable coins that support the anchoring of Euro, Japanese Yen and Hong Kong Dollar.
BTCookie CEO Sun Siqi said that as the core node of the stable currency underlying storage and payment docking, BTCookie will access more stable coins in the shortest time, achieve full coverage of the global mainstream stable currency, and develop more uses, such as new features for service users and developers for more secure and efficient stable currency storage and payment.
Since BTcookie will support many kinds of stablecoins, some of them binded to USD dollars, some binded to Euros and so on. Purchasing stablecoins themselves can also be a way of investment as what people is doing with USD and Euro for now.
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