In a bid to increase spendability of cryptocurrency, Everus Technologies launches the Everus Mall, Southeast Asia's first online cryptocurrency shopping haven offering the hottest and latest products from top electronics brands including Apple, Samsung, Sony, GoPro, LG and HP.
With sizzling-hot products such as the iPhone X, GoPro Hero 6, and Sony's PS4 for sale, customers can enjoy access to over 4,000 other popular products using their EVR cryptocurrency.
The launch of Everus Mall is the blockchain fintech company's inceptive effort in its merchant onboarding initiative, EverMO. While initially accepting payments only in EVR, the Everus cryptocurrency, Everus Mall will be accepting payments in fiat currencies and other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ether and Litecoin.
"Everus Mall is our first step in a progressive journey towards facilitating the spendability of cryptocurrency. Consider this our endorsement of cryptocurrency payments, we hope more merchants, both online and offline will see the light; of how accepting cryptocurrency payments can open their doors to new consumer segments," said Dinesh Karunamuti, Vice-president of the e-Commerce division at Everus Technologies.
In 2018, Everus Mall customers can expect to enjoy a crypto-shopping experience enhanced with discounts, rebates and more innovative rewards as it settles into place within the Everus World mobile application - currently being developed as a gamified cryptocurrency payments app.
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Company name: Everus Technologies Sdn Bhd
Company site: https://everus.org/
Company contacts: Everus Technologies Sdn Bhd
Level 23A, The Ascent Paradigm,
No 1, Jalan SS7/26A, Kelana Jaya,
47301 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor D.E., MALAYSIA.
Email: [email protected]
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