No it’s not worth it to mine on your mobile smart phone for pennies a day when you skip breakfast or lunch and get thousands of ETN coins vs. letting your phone run using the battery power and internet connect.
On Thursday, March 14, 2019, 4:23:58 AM EDT, Richard Ells [email protected] wrote:
I know my emails are normally enormously long, but I promise to keep this one short and sweet…
Great news – ETN (Electroneum) has been first stage listed on the huge Asian crypto exchange Huobi. ETN Deposits are now open.
Create an Huobi account here:
United States Users:
PLEASE CREATE AN ACCOUNT AND SUPPORT ETN
We are asking our users to create an account (if they don’t already have one) and deposit some ETN if they’d like to be considered for an ETN trading competition that Huobi will run, if there is enough interest. Remember to include a Payment ID with your deposit (Huobi call them “Tags”).
The more users that arrive at Huobi and deposit some ETN, the more interest they can see there is in Electroneum. This will make it far more likely that we will be part of a trading competition that will be good for exposing ETN to a new audience.
ETN World First (again!)
There are literally billions of people in Asia that don’t realise the the world’s first top ups of mobile airtime and data are taking place directly in cryptocurrency – and it’s NOT with Bitcoin! We are on a mission to let the world know that Electroneum has so many firsts – and is now the first cryptocurrency that can be used to top up airtime and data directly via ETN, using our easy app. Combine that with cloud mining and we have something pretty exciting to millions of users in the developing world.
If you missed my quick MWC update this week – you can catch it here:
Get those Huobi accounts open, they have one of the easiest sign up processes in the world, so please open an account and show them your interest in ETN!
As always, I thank each and every one of you for being part of the Electroneum community! Remember you can always get involved, chat, ask questions and help others at our awesome community forum:
Founder & CEO, Electroneum.com
PS – OK, OK, still quite a long email – but it was a BIT shorter than normal!
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