Crypto.com, a popular digital asset trading platform, has joined forces with technology giant Samsung to provide an optimized version of its app for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold devices, including the newly-launched Z Fold4. In a statement published on Thursday, Crypto.com announced the updated Version 3.158.1, which offers an improved trading and analysis experience tailored for Galaxy Z Fold devices.
Customized Trading Experience for Galaxy Z Fold
With the latest enhancements, users can compare multiple tokens simultaneously and more efficiently than on any other mobile device. Crypto.com is the first digital asset platform to provide a personalized experience for Galaxy Z Fold devices. The partnership between the two companies aims to provide a more engaging mobile experience for their customers. The updated app and Galaxy Z Fold devices offer users a robust Crypto.com App experience, providing access to more tools and resources on a single screen.
Eric Anziani, President and COO of Crypto.com, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration:
“This partnership with Samsung enables users to experience our app like never before. Samsung and Crypto.com have optimized the Crypto.com App for the large screen experience, taking advantage of the foldable form factor for a more efficient way of trading and analyzing cryptocurrencies.”
Samsung’s Pursuit of Crypto
Samsung has been an active participant in the crypto and blockchain markets. The multinational conglomerate has been exploring opportunities in the incipient industry for several years. In 2021, it launched a blockchain-based smartphone called the Galaxy A series, which incorporated a built-in hardware wallet for secure cryptocurrency storage.
Earlier this year, Samsung teamed up with renowned NFT marketplace Nifty Gateway to introduce the world’s first Smart TV compatible with non-fungible tokens. In January, Samsung Asset Management Hong Kong (SAMHK), an affiliate of the company’s investment arm, announced plans to offer its Bitcoin Future ETF to both retail and institutional investors in Hong Kong.