Xbox is now available in the ETN App

Spend Electroneum (ETN) on your favourite video games, TV shows and movies, games consoles, tablets and laptops, and more!


Compared with Nintendo, which launched the NES almost 40 years ago, Xbox is still considered the new kid on the block. But it's thanks to exclusive game titles like Halo, Fable, and Forza Motorsport, that keeps millions of people playing Xbox over PlayStation and Nintendo. And this is no different from any other competitive business environment. Unlike many of the thousands of cryptocurrency platforms out there today, the ETN App is focused on usability in the real world. Over the last four years, new ways to spend Electroneum (ETN) have been introduced directly within the app, including mobile airtime and data in more than 160 countries. With the addition of household electricity last year, and more recently, music, movies, apps, and game from the likes of PlayStation and Apple, people are beginning to see the differences between Electroneum (ETN) and other cryptocurrencies. And today’s announcement is building further upon that notion because Electroneum (ETN) can now be used to make purchases via the Microsoft Store online, available on both Xbox and Windows.

Joining recent announcements of PlayStation and Apple, Xbox has become the third announcement in a matter of just weeks, becoming yet another way for the ETN App’s 4+ million users to spend Electroneum (ETN). And why is this so important? Well, Electroneum (ETN) launched in 2017 to provide an alternative way to earn and spend online, designed primarily for those in regions where traditional banking solutions are either inaccessible or too expensive. And for the thousands of people currently selling digital services on, and receiving payment in Electroneum (ETN), they now have yet another way to spend their earnings – which by the way, they have not paid any fees on, as sellers keep 100% of their earnings.

According to Microsoft, no one has more content for your Xbox. Their online store gives you access to blockbuster games, season passes, add-ons, indie games, and so much more! And with Microsoft Films & TV, you can rent and buy the latest movies and TV shows, allowing you to watch them anywhere through Microsoft’s ‘Films & TV’ app, available on both Xbox and Windows devices. You can even purchase hardware and accessories from the Microsoft Online store, including game consoles, tablets and laptops, and a myriad of accessories. Today’s announcement truly is a game-changer, which is further expanding the availability of physical and digital products for ETN App users.

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About ETN-Network

The ETN App is a mobile-phone-based crypto app powered by a revolutionary instant payment system that enables its more than 4 million registered users to send, receive, and transfer funds with instant transaction notifications and at a cost equivalent to a fraction of a U.S. cent. It is one of the only crypto apps that allows users to top up their airtime and data in 160+ countries and electricity top-ups in nine African nations. ETN users have completed millions of blockchain transactions, including over 300,000 app-to-app transfers and more than 200,000 airtime and data top-ups, making ETN one of the most widely used cryptos. ETN is one of the only cryptos that has made earning its token possible. The AnyTask Platform is a freelance platform matching Buyers and Sellers of digital Tasks, with hundreds of thousands of registered users and tens of thousands of Tasks across dozens of categories. The ETN-Network and the AnyTask™ Platform do not require Sellers to have a bank or PayPal account, empowering millions of people to instantly access the global digital economy