What exactly is an e-wallet?
E-wallet, also known as cyber wallets, is used to store funds on electronic platforms. Additionally, payment transactions for goods and services can be carried out from online wallets, via the Internet.
In effect, e-wallets are electronic safekeeping accounts that act as depositories for the safekeeping of funds. Some of the most important cyber wallet providers available today set up quite recently, in the late 1990s.
Where are e-wallets used?
Apart from storing Bitcoins and other crypto money safely, users and investors use them for funds transfers. Nowadays, without an e-wallet, opportunities to invest in cryptocurrency assets are rare.
As more online stores now accept electronic payments, e-wallets have become an integral part of today’s financial system. Such wallets have also become popular for depositing funds with online casinos and gambling accounts.
Additionally, certain providers may offer extra insurance when making purchases. Anyone who makes electronic payments today will find it inconvenient or difficult to manage without access to an e-wallet.
Transactions benefit from extra protection and are easier to complete in the world of cryptocurrency. Payment history can be viewed and checked with ease, too.
Alexander Weipprecht is the managing partner of Provimedia GmbH. As a trained IT specialist for application development, he has been advising leading companies on the following topics for more than 10 years: online marketing, SEO and software. Cryptocurrency is becoming increasingly important to businesses and investors. Through Coin Report and Krypto Magazin Germany, Alexander wants to give all people easy access to the subject matter.