EN
Home
About Us
Retail
International OTC
Businesses
News Centre
use cobweb pay to buy bitcoin and tether in Australia

Amid much fanfare and anticipation CloudTech Group has finally come out with a release date for their highly touted CloudTechX Wallet.It is set to officially launch sometime in mid-September; the date will be confirmed as soon as all final tests are successfully run.

This entity was brought to life due to a lack of a real solution in the present Australian market for a secure storage of cryptocurrency funds which also enables swift withdrawals of holdings into AUD. At launch, CloudTechX wallet will offer multi-asset support for funds in the form of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether and Australian dollars- with more crypto currencies being onboarded later on.

Setting up a wallet is as streamlined as its user interface; download the app from the operating system of choice; available on both theApple App store and Google play store, create an account on it and add a government issued ID for KYC (know your customer) verification. Once verified, transfer over any crypto holdings, link a bank account and withdraw any of the holdings into AUD. Users engaging in the withdrawal service will receive realtime exchange rates of the specific crypto along with a flat 0.1% transaction fee. Another security feature is the enabling of a third-party coin tracking service which traces the transfer of funds from one account to the other and helps reduce the prevalence of illicit sources of funds.

CloudTechX wallet are officially licensed custodians of funds and the fact that the wallet exists off-chain ensures complete security for user data and especially user funds. Additionally,CloudTechX is a registered Digital Currency Exchange (DCE) with AUSTRAC which allows for the primary function of exchanging crypto to fiat and fiat to crypto.

A preview of the interface and supported cryptocurrencies.

How blockchain bridges connect the crypto ecosystem?

And why it’s all about interoperability

Ask anyone on the street to list their favourite things about the internet and bets are you will hear words like easy and fast and convenient, each word most likely delivered with a smile and a confident nod of the head. Bets are, though, you probably won’t hear a word like interoperability, which is a shame; interoperability is the most important aspect of the internet. It’s also the most important feature of Blockchain Bridges, and one of the key goals in further developing the blockchain ecosystem. Here we’ll give you a brief and simple rundown on what these bridges are and how they work.

Okay, so what are blockchain bridges?

Simply put, a Blockchain Bridge is a protocol that connects two separate blockchains to enable interactions between them. In other words, what the Blockchain Bridge is doing is enabling interoperability. To better understand this process, let’s use the following example:

Imagine each blockchain as a small island, and surrounding that island are other small islands. On each of these islands lives a community of people. Each community has their own unique language and their own unique set of rules and regulations, goods and services.

Now, if each member of a community is happy to only interact with other members of their community then there is no issue; one of the key features of blockchains as isolated ecosystems is that they’re safe and beneficial for internal interaction. But what if a person on one island wants to visit another island and interact with members of that community? As humans, we’re a curious bunch, constantly looking for new and exciting opportunities to improve our lives. The problem with being an isolated ecosystem, though, is that it makes interaction with another isolated ecosystem difficult.

And this is why we need Blockchain Bridges?

Exactly. These bridges connect each blockchain to another blockchain. In the case of our example, this bridge is a physical bridge that allows people to move and interact between the different islands. If you live on Bitcoin Island you can now visit Ethereum Island and exchange data, make new investments, etc. But the benefits of these bridges doesn’t end with the connection alone.

blockchain bridges

Wait, these bridges do more than just connect?

Yes. This is because each island has their own currency. For example, you can’t walk over to Ethereum Island and expect to spend your bitcoin. Traditionally, you’d need to visit a currency exchange (or, in the case of blockchains, a crypto-broker) and convert your money into the local currency, which would incur fees. The beauty of a Blockchain Bridge is that it converts, say, your bitcoin into an equivalent amount of tokens, known as Wrapped Tokens, that you can use on the Ethereum blockchain, without paying extra fees and, importantly, without having to sell your bitcoins. Don’t worry, we will cover Wrapped Tokens in a future article. For now, all you need to know is that they exist and that they’re vital to the functionality of blockchain bridges.

You can see from the example above how a Blockchain Bridge works and why they are so important to the future of the blockchain ecosystem. The more we are able to move and interact freely between blockchains (like the people moving freely between the islands) the more the interoperability and scalability of the blockchain ecosystem as a whole will get stronger. Every aspect of society, from government, to healthcare, to private life, will benefit from this innovation.

Whenever we discuss applications of blockchain, cryptocurrencies hold the highest real estate in the minds of people. CobWeb Pay is offering the lowest rates and highest security for your cryptocurrency needs- download today on iOS and Android

Disclaimer: Approach cryptocurrency investments with prudence, recognising their speculative nature and inherent risks. Exercise caution during the initial stages of investment and take time to familiarise yourself with the market dynamics. Seek guidance from financial experts and employ a diversified investment strategy to mitigate potential losses.