A dedicated marketplace for cryptocurrency users

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Map

Map

  • Trade your digital currencies for goods or cash.

The Map feature allows you to visualize announcements posted by other users in your geographical location. Announcements display; buyers and sellers of goods for cryptocurrencies, or buyers, and sellers of cryptocurrency for cash.

Crypto-friendly merchants and businesses are also visualized on the map, allowing you to spend your cryptocurrency directly and simply. This feature is both displayed in the form of a map and as a marketplace list. The Map is strongly based on community interactions and solves many of the current issues experienced by participants in the growing cryptocurrency market and alternative economy.

Assistant

Assistant

Guides you through the transaction process.

The Cartam Assistant is at the center of the protocol, without being intrusive. Activated upon your request, the assistant supports and guides the user during the entire transaction journey.  The assistant is there step by step, from negotiation to closing the deal.

This feature creates a bridge between the P2P commercial side of the map and the mechanism for transactions – the Cartam wallet. When users meet on the app to discuss a potential transaction; they simply activate the assistant, represented as a button on the chat, and create screen by screen the contract information. 

Wallet

Wallet

  • Safe and secure cryptocurrency storage.

The built-in multicurrency wallet allows users to safely store their cryptocurrencies on their mobile device. It ensures that you can send and receive cryptocurrencies, or make purchases, as well as visualizing which cryptocurrencies and amount(s) you own. You can navigate through transaction history and also visualize spending behavior. Users also have the possibility to save public addresses as a contacts/recipient list.

Payments through the app are only made through Bitcoin and Ethereum for now. New methods of payment using other cryptocurrencies will be gradually added according to the requests and needs identified by our growing community.

Cryptocurrencies are locally stored, meaning that users own the digital assets (coins or tokens) themselves and do not need to use an exchange or third party to have them stored.