Whats App users can now send Bitcoin, Litecoin, Entereum each other via Lite.Im bot from Zulu Republic.
A follow-up bounty scheme to reward users with tokens for publicizing the project also saw major issues when a partner marketing company soon walked away, the news source indicates. Going the bounty route also raises the thorny issue, as reported by CoinDesk, that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has indicated that even giving away tokens may break securities rules.
The new service supports BTC, LTC, ETH, as well as ZTX —the native token on the Zulu Republic platform. The bot Lite.Im allows to set their default coin, select their preferred language and password. The service also offers the option to earn cryptocurrency via an affiliate program.
As a reminder, Zulu Republic has already launched a similar service for Telegram, Facebook Messenger, and SMS.