Robinhood started accepting fiat in non-custodial wallets and dApps

Robinhood is a cryptocurrency broker. At the moment, it has provided an opportunity to exchange fiat funds for digital assets that support decentralized applications and non-castoid wallets. This information was published on the broker's Twitter.

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Now you can buy or sell cryptocurrencies directly in decentralized applications. To do this, you can use bank cards. Developers will be able to implement the tool directly into dApps.

The head of the brokerage company noted that digital assets combined with Web 3.0 technology will change the financial field, improving it. However, he also drew attention to the fact that now there are many serious obstacles preventing them from spreading widely.

Thanks to the introduction of fiat, broker users will be able to use accounts without applying additional measures. The technology will be launched in the near future on Phantom and Exodus crypto wallets. There will also be an implementation on other sites soon

The broker also stated that it has improved the interface of its application. Now it will be easier for users to use it. Technical indicators, new types of transactions and price change notifications were included.

Representatives of the company said that cryptocurrencies with a minimum entry will reduce the gap in the well-being of users. Recall that last fall, the broker released its non-custodial wallet.

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