Blockchain Solution firm, MinexSystems’ subdivision Chain2Pay has initiated a public beta trial of its web-based wallet, Minex Web Wallet. The test is conducted for the smooth operation of the wallet as well as for its MinexPay card ecosystem.
The public test is open for everyone whether they are Minexcoin Holders or any Crypto fan.
The developers of MinexSystems created the web wallet to check the effectiveness of MinexPay cards which is design to be used as a regular fiat bank card. The wallet will ensure that the conversion of crypto into fiat is easy and the card is used without any hassle.
The company claims that the MinexPay’s system can work with any type of bank payment and it doesn’t make a difference that the card is linked with Minex Web Wallet or not. Also, the company claims that the Minex Web Wallet and MinexPay services will enable users to use cryptocurrencies as the regular money.
CEO of MinexSystems, Boris Shulyaev said,
“We want to provide a seamless service for any customer, wherever he or she is. MinexPay is the only solution designed to work globally. We believe that cryptocurrency holders want to use their crypto funds as ordinary money. This is why we focused on the MinexPay Web Wallet service first, with the card as a financial management instrument.”
Minex Web Wallet Test Details
The beta test is launched to ensure the efficiency, security and smooth working process of MinexPay Cards. However, the MinexSystems organized the test in its office which is apparently in Hong Kong. In that test, the applicants will get the test cards provided by Ukraine’s Private Bank and give feedback after using it.
After receiving inputs from the candidates, the essential upgrades will be made on its basis, and the brand new MinexPay cards will be issued publicly.
The company cleared up that MinexPay cards are not Cryptocurrency cards. Thus, users can’t send crypto money to bank accounts.
According to the press release, people who are interested to participate in this beta test and need insights about it can contact MinexSystems’ support or can join its Telegram Group.
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