Real World (Headquarters, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo), which develops a mechanism for companies to offer digital gifts to users, has added five types of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) to its list of product offerings.
Real World, which is listed on the TSE Mothers Index Futures, operates a digital gift service called ‘Real Pay Gift’ that allows users to freely choose the receiving method of gifts through its subsidiary REAL FINTECH. Users can easily give and receive gifts with just one URL.
On September 30, Real World announced that it has partnered with Mercury, which operates the crypto asset sales office CoinTrade, to add Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC), and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) to its digital gift lineup.
Companies that use RealPay gifts can offer users promotions using crypto assets and rewards that are not limited to cash. If users choose cryptocurrencies as a gift for users, they would need to open an account with CoinTrade or bitFlyer, as reported in the announcement.
In El Salvador, the country recently enforced a law to make Bitcoin a legal tender along with the US Dollar. Meanwhile, US Twitter has released a function that allows you to tip creators in fiat currencies or Bitcoin, indicating progress in the average daily-use cases of cryptocurrencies.
RealWorld noted that it would continue to evolve RealPay gifts as the world’s fintech companies continue to change.