Lite.IM now includes support for Litecoin, Ethereum, ZTX and Bitcoin.
Lite.IM, a product by Zulu Republic, recently expanded to allow users to send Bitcoin (BTC) using popular messaging platforms like Telegram, Facebook Messenger and SMS (in the U.S. and Canada).
According to the announcement, Bitcoin is the fourth digital asset to be added to Lite.IM, which previously supported Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Zulu Republic’s own token, ZTX.
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Now you can use Facebook Messenger, Telegram, and SMS to send, receive and manage…BITCOIN!
— Lite.IM (@liteim_official) December 28, 2018
With each new update, Lite.IM becomes more and more of a user-friendly cryptocurrency powerhouse, moving us closer and closer to widespread adoption. We’re proud to be bringing the world’s most popular cryptocurrency to the combined 2.5 billion users of Facebook and Telegram, not to mention all those who lack dependable internet access that can now manage Bitcoin via SMS messaging.
The transactions are all conducted via bots and private keys are all stored with RSA encryption. To access the bots, users can use the following: