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Monday, November 16, 2020

AnyTask CEO explains adoption by Electronuem - ITREALMS

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The chief executive officer of AnyTask, Mr. Richard Ells has explained that adoption by Electroneum would automatically drive Exchange-Traded Note (ETN) operations, reports 
ITREALMS.

This, he said, would help draw the attention of corporates interested in doing projects aimed at the developing world.
ITREALMS gathered that in terms of further adoption, that Electroneum made several announcements this week, including going live this Friday, 13 November, on LockTrip, which is an European-based and blockchain-powered travel website offering up to 60 per cent discounts on millions of hotels worldwide.

He expressed optimism the ongoing partnership would see to user growth.

According to him, as the user base continues to grow "It has not gone unnoticed as our business development team has perceived a notable increase in companies reaching out to them for conversations regarding future partnerships, all of which we expect to announce in the coming months."

He pointed out that this past week, some 3,687 people signed up as new Electroneum users.

"We're just hundreds away from the 4.08-million mark," he declared.

In addition, he revealed that Electroneum saw 4,410 new app downloads, bringing the total to only four less than 2,716,000.

“The app downloads have exceeded the number of new registered users and that is because some people are reinstalling the Electroneum app as they have seen compelling cases for them to get back into the project,” said CEO Richard Ells.

When looking back at a memory lane, it is very encouraging o see that we have gone from 100,000 total mobile airtime and data top-ups on 12 May 2020 to the current total of 213,123. Our users have completed a total of just over 500,000 instant app transfers.

Back in September 2018, we announced Electroneum's milestone of 1 million registered users. Since then, our user base has multiplied by four to nearly 4.1 million. Also, on that date, we had 1 million app downloads, and today we count 2,715,966.

The same goes for AnyTask, which has seen a meteoric rise in registered users from its launch in late February. Today, the global freelance platform boasts over 24,300 tasks and 566,000 registered users.

Meanwhile, LockTrip has announced a $1,000 giveaway scheduled took off on Friday, immediately after the official launch of ETN on their website.

Nenye Dom/Editor

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