Robinhood, a financial services firm with a popular trading application, has announced the availability of bitcoin wallets. Aparna Chennapragada, the firm’s CPO, said in a conversation with Bloomberg Technology’s Emily Chang that many users are excited to try the new solution.
In the Robinhood app, there are more cryptocurrency functionalities
The firm’s intentions to offer a digital currency wallet were recently disclosed by CryptoPotato, as the number of customers dealing with such assets on Robinhood continued to grow at a fast pace. The company’s CPO announced the formal launching of the new product in a January conversation with Bloomberg.
Apart from promoting the digital asset wallets accessible to investors on the Robinhood app, the business has also included crypto gifting and corporate Q&A as new features. The latter allows Robinhood app users access to the firm’s strategy and intimate knowledge of the company’s strategy.
“You’ll see us continuing to play in this space,” Chennapragada said of the company’s efforts to become a major player in the cryptosphere.
She went on to say that the firm works hard to ensure that the quality of its goods matches the expectations of its customers by collaborating with the community and its customers regularly.
About Shiba Inu Listing
When asked whether Robinhood intended to sell Shiba Inu, the popular meme currency, Chennapragada replied she was conscious that it was one of the community’s desires.
She did, nevertheless, state that token listings will be handled when the time came. This is due to the company’s meticulous implementation of the essential “building blocks” to guarantee that its consumers have the finest experience possible when it comes to obtaining the advantages of crypto assets.
She went on to say that the goal with digital assets right now is to make the finest of them available to people and do it in the most cost-effective way possible.
“We are systematically putting our building blocks in place to be able to enable great crypto products. It started with actually …like enabling access to coins in the most inexpensive way that you can be able to get into this emerging economy.”