OnePlus could be the next big name in the emerging cryptocurrency market. Right now, the biggest name in this digital currency market is bitcoin. Now comes news that the Chinese company OnePlus is conducting an investigation into Blockchain Research. This survey aims to collect user feedback on cryptocurrencies. In this survey, the company asks users.
if they have ever used trading platforms like Coinbase, Gemini, Robinhood, and Binance? This company survey indicates that the company may be planning to enter the cryptocurrency platform or wallet.
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and Dodgecoin have become quite popular these days. The credit for this goes to the trading apps that allow young smartphone users to easily learn how to trade with this digital currency. Perhaps this is why OnePlus is also looking for a similar solution for its users. Even if she doesn’t think about investing or trading, but at least by making her wallet, she can store these cryptocurrencies.
The report from MySmartPrice states that this research is being conducted on behalf of ‘OnePlus Blockchain Research’. This indicates that the company is definitely looking at creating a cryptocurrency-based product. However, the purpose of this research at the moment seems to be more to understand blockchain technology. But some questions have also survived in this survey, showing that an attempt is being made to create a new cryptocurrency platform, which can store digital assets such as bitcoin etc.
In this survey, users are asked if they have ever invested in cryptocurrencies and if so, what platform have they used? It also contains some questions asking what kind of issues the users faced while investing or holding.
Apart from this, the company also asked respondents if they have ever used a software hot wallet like Coinbase Wallet or a wallet like MetaMask.
Gadgets 360 has contacted the company and asked the company for comment. Once an update is received from the company, it will be updated with this news.
Cryptocurrencies have been a highly volatile investment.
You would know if you are reading or tracking the price of bitcoin in India. But still tech companies are planning to enter this market.
OnePlus’ rival and major smartphone maker Samsung has also backed bitcoin. In February 2019, the company launched the Galaxy S10 smartphone. From there, the company started supporting bitcoin and other popular cryptocurrencies on its smartphones. This South Korean company is offering its blockchain wallet to support the popular coin.
More recently, the company has also updated its wallet for third-party hardware wallets.
A few days ago, Apple also showed interest in the cryptocurrency market.
The Cupertino-based company had invited applications for a position of Business Development Manager with experience in the cryptocurrency industry. Perhaps the company can initiate bitcoin transactions through Apple devices.