- Samsung has announced that it will roll out the Samsung Wallet mobile app to eight more countries.
- The South Korean company launched the app in June 2022 and expanded to 21 countries before the latest announcement.
- The wallet app is integrated with Samsung Blockchain Wallet for cryptocurrencies.
Samsung Electronics announced that its integrated mobile wallet application, Samsung Wallet, is now available in eight more countries.
The South Korea-based tech giant has revealed that it will roll out wallet apps in Singapore, Australia, Brazil, Hong Kong, Canada, India, Malaysia and Taiwan. Samsung Wallet support in these countries will begin by the end of January.
However, the company states: news release The exact timing of launch will depend on user devices and specific markets.
Samsung’s mobile payment platform grows
Samsung will launch its Wallet app in 2022, and since announcing it in June, support has grown from the initial seven countries to 21 countries by the latest launch date.
The Samsung Wallet app is now available for Samsung Galaxy users in South Korea, UK, US, Bahrain, China, Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Norway, Oman, Qatar, South Africa and Sweden . , Switzerland, Vietnam, United Arab Emirates.
The app is not only a payment platform, but also integrated with Samsung Blockchain Wallet and comes with safety features enhanced by Samsung Knox, a built-in proprietary security platform.
So while Samsung’s Wallet app isn’t crypto-specific, users with supported devices can take advantage of it to do things like monitor their digital asset portfolios. . Wallets enable this through an interface that allows access to cryptocurrency prices across multiple exchanges.