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As cryptocurrencies march towards the mainstream, financial services must evolve without jeopardizing cybersecurity.
A result of a strategic partnership between Proxy Card and eBitcoin Foundation, Proxy Wallet has developed a secure, hybrid wallet which employs multi-factor authentication. This means it is impossible for anyone except the user to access their account. There are no node sync times, no expensive hardware wallets, and it’s on-the-go and ready to use 24/7.
This State-of-the-Art Proxy Wallet will be the only one featuring ground-breaking “eBitcoin multi-transfer”, allowing users to interact with each other using live chat. This intends to add an exciting social element, while attracting younger traders and investors and offering businesses a multi payment solution.
In short, Proxy Wallet brings with it new technologies, including cryptocurrencies, to the masses.
- Bio-metric Authentication
- The ability to Store, Send, and Request funds from anyone
- Easy integration with any ERC-20 compliant tokens
Proxy Wallet also has special features unique to eBTC such as allowing eBitcoin (eBTC) holders to make up to 249 payments in a single transaction saving heaps of time, energy, and costs.
In the joint statement, Proxy Card and eBitcoin Foundation also announced the following;
- First 10,000 users will receive 10 Proxy tokens upon wallet activation.
- Proxy Card plans to reduce the total PRXY Tokens total supply from 300m to 50m. (date to be confirmed).
- Proxy Card will generate a new token named ePRX with the maximum supply of 50m and will conduct Token Swap to existing PRXY holders at 1:2 rate (Token Swap date to be confirmed).
- To acknowledge the strategic partnership with eBitcoin Foundation, Proxy Card will conduct 1:1 snapshot to eBTC holders. (ePRX snapshot to eBTC holders date to be confirmed).
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