XWallet by Pundi X

Pundi X, one of the leading blockchain developer providing crypto payment service for mainstream consumers, announced that its digital wallet app- XWallet has recently surpassed 100,000 registered users. It took just three months after it was made available for users to connect their regular digital wallets to the Pundi X blockchain-based payment ecosystem.

The XWallet mobile app connects regular digital wallets with the Pundi X blockchain-based payment ecosystem. Through the XWallet, one can easily manage digital assets stored in the physical XPASS cards, check current balances, top-up major digital currencies or conduct payment transactions instantly at physical stores. By default, the XWallet comes with a virtual XPASS card in the app for each of its registered users.

Users can top up and pay with major digital currencies, including BTC, ETH, BNB and NPXS, and whereby one can transact or purchase goods and services from physical stores, with the XPOS already activated in over 250 retail outlets and verified XWallet merchants across 30 countries in the world. XWallet by Pundi XAny Pundi XPASS cardholder is able to pair his or her card with the XWallet to have the flexibility to make payments directly from the app without the physical XPASS card. The other benefit of pairing the XPASS card with the XWallet is the ability to control and move the digital assets within the XPASS card virtually in the event the physical XPASS card goes missing or misplaced.

These 100,000 XWallet users come from every corner of the world. The ten countries with the most XWallet users include India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan in South Asia; Philippines and Indonesia in Southeast Asia; Korea in East Asia; Turkey in West Asia and Eastern Europe; Brazil in Latin America; the United States; and Russia.

“It’s ultimately about versatility and security — transactions via an internet-connected XWallet app or the offline physical XPASS cards can be processed immediately. Merchants have the option to print out their QR code found in the “Collect” feature in the XWallet and use it an offline setting without the need for an online connection. All the offline transactions can still be made by scanning the QR code, which will later be uploaded onto the blockchain,” said Cheah.


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