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E-Wallet Pays Bills, Earns Rewards & Even Trades Crypto While You Sleep
Everus introduced the Everus Multi-Crypto Wallet—an online crypto wallet that goes beyond just being able to trade crypto, and instead wants to make people use crypto as a proper currency for everyday things.

Much like how other mobile wallets work, the Everus Multi-Crypto Wallet holds a primary currency, in this case Everus’ very own Ethereum-based EVR token, and allows users to buy and sell said EVR token to be used for things such as bill payments, retail, and of course crypto trading among other things.

To summarise, here’s a list of what’s new in the Everus Multi-Crypto Wallet:
  • An updated and easier-to-navigate user interface.
  • The ability to securely store multiple cryptocurrencies aside from their proprietary EVR token, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin.
  • A feature that allows in-wallet coin and token exchanges, allowing users to directly exchange other cryptocurrencies into their main EVR token without leaving the wallet and with lower transaction fees.
  • The ability for users to pay bills and mobile phone credit reloads.
  • A new rewards program that allows users to earn points which can be redeemed in a variety of ways such as to pay mobile and utility bills all the way through to being exchanged for cryptocurrencies such as BTC, LTC, ETH and EVR.
Rewards Lead To More Rewards
As mentioned previously one of the big features that Everus hopes to highlight on their improved wallet is the introduction of their Everus Rewards Points system—something they think will be key in driving users to their platform.

The new rewards system operates first on a referral model that rewards users with Everus points for successfully getting their friends and family to sign up for an account of their own, and then reward them further as their referred signups continue to spend and transact on the platform.

Sign up an account HERE 
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