OnePlus cryptocurrency wallet could be in the works, company survey suggests
OnePlus blockchain surveyhas been posted in the company’s community app.
- Questions in the survey hint that OnePlus is exploring the possibility of launching its own cryptocurrency wallet.
- OnePlus’ survey tries to understand what cryptocurrency users use, the problems they face and how often they trade in crypto, among other things.
The survey, first spotted by MySmartPrice, contains a list of questions asking users if they have invested in any type of cryptocurrency, their anonymous demographic details and more.
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This could be a hint at OnePlus entering the blockchain/cryptocurrency space, even if it’s in the form of a wallet to store all your cryptocurrency purchases. Given that cryptocurrencies have exploded in popularity in India – OnePlus’ biggest market – and in other parts of the world, it might make some sense for the company to dip its toes in this space.
What is this OnePlus blockchain survey about?
So far, going by the questions in the survey OnePlus seems to be trying to understand the dealings of its users and what they think about cryptocurrencies. Apart from this, the survey also tries to understand the issues faced by users, be it investing or simply holding cryptocurrencies.
There are a few other questions related to using these cryptocurrency wallets, including the ease of use and what users feel about the security offered by these wallets.
Essentially, the survey revolves around what cryptocurrency users use, how often they invest or trade in crypto, the ease of use and security. The company has also posed questions about non-fungible tokens (NFT).
These questions seem essential from the point of view of designing a product, which suggests that OnePlus is indeed exploring the need and value of creating its own cryptocurrency wallet.
Business Insider has reached out to OnePlus for a comment. We will update this story as and when we receive a response.
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