06/09/19 09:00 UTC-4

Apple watches cryptocurrencies: "They have a long-term potential"

OtherApple is interested in cryptocurrencies
Apple is interested in cryptocurrencies

Apple's technology maker monitors cryptocurrencies and believes that they are of interest.


Apple: "Cryptocurrencies are interesting"

Jennifer Bailey, Apple Pay vice president, told CNN that the company is interested in cryptocurrencies and is following them. 

"We are watching cryptocurrencies. We find them interesting, and that they have an interesting long-term potential," Bailey said.

The top manager did not tell if the company was going to introduce cryptocurrencies or blockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details
into its services.

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  • In 2019, traditional companies were seriously interested in cryptocurrencies. JPMorgan announced testing its own tokenToken
    – is an accounting unit that is used to represent a digital balance in an asset.Details
    , Facebook introduced the Libra coin, and Samsung introduced crypto-services to its S10 flagship and even released the KlaytnPhone blockchain smartphone  
  • Apple is "behind" its competitors. Until now, the company has not announced any developments in the field of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.


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14/09/19 10:44 UTC-4

The English football club made bitcoin a symbol of the team

​Watford English Premier League Football Club will place the bitcoin sign on the sleeves of its players. The club made this decision after entering into a partnership with the Sportsbet.io crypto-platform, which specializes in betting.