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Emeldi Group’s EMG Launches Web3 “Super App”

The Emeldi Group’s Web3 subsidiary, EMG, has released the first Web3 telco super app in the world, and it’s built on blockchain technology. The EMG Super App is the first decentralized Web3 super app of its kind, providing a single hub for a wide range of financial and communication services. The EMG Super App consolidates numerous functions, such as social media, shopping, and money transfers, into a single, convenient package.  This is the first big step into the Web3 ecosystem by the telecoms software giant.  The release date for the app is set for January 16, 2023.

An all-in-one platform

Instant messaging, video calling, e-commerce, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), mobile money transfer, and peer-to-peer transactions are just some of the primary integrated functionalities included in the EMG Super App. In addition to the convenient and straightforward design, the platform provides a safe and decentralized environment in which users may keep and manage their digital assets, such as cryptocurrencies.

The EMG Super app has a mobile money transfer function that makes it simple for consumers to send and receive money using their mobile devices, in addition to a customer relationship management system for monitoring and organizing client interactions and data.

The Super App also includes a marketplace for buying and selling other types of digital assets, including nonfungible tokens (NFTs). It supports common payment methods like credit cards and e-wallets. Polygon, the company’s new partner, is helping it with its pre-sale efforts.

In addition to developing the app, EMG has also instituted a loyalty program that offers incentives to app users. With Emeldi Group’s established products and services, EMG is certain that it can help accelerate the telecom industry’s adoption of Web3 blockchain technology. The EMG research and development department is also actively working on several other, related Web3 apps. To do business within the EMG Super App, users must first acquire EMG Coin (EMG), a utility token powered by the EMG Super App.