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The Coldplay bassist enters the world of Bitcoin applications

May 24, 2020

Scottish coldplay bassist Guy Berryman joined Crypto Space and funded an app for the Bitcoin (BTC) exchange called Zumo.

“The Covid-19 has swiftly pushed the transition to a cashless society and safe and easy ways to invest in new currency forms that are more resilient to such crises.”Nick Jones, CEO and founder of Zumo, reported the Edinburgh News.

The app is a basic path to Bitcoin

Zumo promotes basic Bitcoin functions that allow users to buy, sell, process and store BTCas described in the Edinburgh News article of May 21st. In addition to Berryman The app is funded by Scottish Investment Bank and Murray Capital.

The Coldplay bassist enters the world of Bitcoin applications
The Coldplay bassist enters the world of Bitcoin applications

Zumo is aimed at a wide audience, added Jones. Blockchain consultant Charles Read outlined the problems that non-tech users face with blockchainand underlines the friendly approach of the application.

“Zumo offers all the advantages of decentralized technology for new users without any initial problems.”Read told the Edinburgh News.

The present is a privileged moment for investments in technology

“Now is the time to invest in technologies that will affect the financial security of future generations.”David Murray, CEO of Murray Capital, told the media. He also mentioned the app’s potential for those who don’t have bank accounts.

Berryman is just the latest mainstream music personality entering the crypto space. Akon is also currently leading a crypto company.

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