New partnership lets you use NEO via Apple Pay and Samsung Pay

29 Apr, 2019 | Updated: 29 Apr, 2019
by Will Heasman
New partnership lets you use NEO via Apple Pay and Samsung Pay

Today NEO holders learned that thanks to a new partnership with London based fintech company, Zeux, they’ll be able to use their hard hodl’d NEO via both, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay…

Both the NEO team and the London based Zeux team tweeted out the exciting news of their formal partnership which looks to further open up barriers of adoption for NEO, allowing customers to easily use the cryptocurrency with any merchant who accepts Apple and Samsung Pay (in case you were wondering, that’s a fairly large amount…).

Zeux a London based fintech firm will convert NEO via the Zeux App. The app provides a digital wallet address as well as a digital bank account, offering a range of investment products such as QTUM, IOTA, and now NEO, allowing them to be easily transferred withdrawn - or indeed, used within Apple pay and Samsung Pay - without any fees.

Frank Zhou, founder Founder and CEO of Zeux, spoke of the partnership:

“We’re delighted to announce that we will be adding NEO to our list of cryptocurrencies. We believe that NEO is paving the way for a smart economy by giving developers the tools to deploy and scale their own smart contract applications without learning another unique language. This strategic partnership will help us build upon our current infrastructure and expand our service to a larger audience.”

Unsurprisingly, NEO enthusiasts were quick to congratulate the team on the partnership:

Perhaps even more unsurprising is the fact that NEO saw a 7% increase since the news of the partnership broke: 

NEO/USD Chart provided by Tradingview

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