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2gether adds Qtum to its cryptocurrency portfolio

Consumers can now spend QTUM using the prepaid 2gether Visa card


Madrid, Spain - May 29, 2019 ( Newswire) 2gether, the first collaborative banking platform, has announced the addition of QTUM to its cryptocurrency portfolio. Users across the eurozone can now buy and sell Qtum directly in the 2gether app with two clicks and zero markups. 2gether prepaid Visa cardholders can now make purchases with their QTUM holdings and withdraw cash from any Visa-accepted ATM.

The crypto winter has come to an end and once again the industry is in full bloom. As digital tokens continue to rise in market value, there is a greater demand for mainstream adoption. The 2gether prepaid Visa card enables users to spend crypto as they would euros, either with the swipe of a card or by withdrawing fiat against their crypto holdings at ATMs across Europe. By adopting Qtum, one of the world's major blockchain platforms and a rising star in the space, 2gether will be able to reach more users and support the further integration of crypto into mainstream consumer habits.

Qtum, the open-source blockchain application underpinning the QTUM token, has established itself as a leading smart contracts platform running on top of a Bitcoin fork, most recently integrating with Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services. Currently, Qtum has more than 3,000 nodes around the world, making it an attractive platform for developers and scalable solution for enterprises seeking a more robust blockchain.

"We are thrilled to be adopting Qtum to the 2gether platform, as it's one of the world's major blockchain platforms and a rising star in the space," says Ramon Ferraz, CEO of 2gether. "Adding Qtum to our list of eight cryptocurrencies means that now even more people will be able to take advantage of the benefits of 2gether."

Qtum CIO Miguel Palencia said: "We are very much looking forward to leveraging 2gether to bring Qtum to more users across Europe. As the calls for mainstream cryptocurrency integration continue to get louder, building key relationships like this one will be critically important to expanding engagement with the general public. We're on the precipice of real change in modern consumerism and, with 2gether by our side, I believe we will soon be leading the charge."

In addition to QTUM, 2gether provides integrations with seven other cryptocurrencies, including ETH, BTC, XRP, BCH, EOS, XLM, and LTC. Clients in all 19 countries of the eurozone can still participate in the pre-sale of the 2GT token. Eurozone citizens can now download the app on Google Play and the App Store, pass the KYC process and enjoy all of 2gether's services.

About 2gether:

Led by CEO Ramón Ferraz and senior professionals in the field, 2gether's aim is to build the financial platform that customers would build for themselves. Founded in 2016, the digital platform is successfully bridging the gap between crypto users and the mainstream market to simplify customers' financial decisions. 2gether is developing the bank of the future, a future in which users move beyond solely interacting with euros and dollars and augment their financial decisions through the use of exponential technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, and blockchain. Learn more at

2gether Leadership:

Ramón Ferraz, CEO

Salvador Casquero, Founder & Business Development

Salvador Carrillo, Founder & Product

Luis Estrada, Founder & Technology Senior Vice President

About Qtum:

Qtum is an open-sourced public blockchain platform, leveraging the security of UTXO while enabling multiple virtual machines including EVM and, soon, the revolutionary x86 VM. Qtum is Proof-of-Stake based and boasts a Decentralized Governance Protocol (DGP) allowing specific blockchain settings to be modified by making use of smart contracts. For instance, the block size of Qtum can be increased without the need for a hard fork. Learn more at

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