A ban on remote work between many countries due to different currencies and transferring fiat money is a big problem for some contractors. A new app aims to solve that
“Where dollars are not banned or have limited circulation, the total costs with freelancing exchange commissions are up to 40-50% and higher,” according to Slava Vasipenok, Founder and CEO of QUASA, the company that has launched an app for crypto freelancers called Quasa Connect.
QUASA Connect, the world’s first application for remote work, with payments in cryptocurrency between clients and contractors offers an alternative approach that solves this problem 10-20-50 times cheaper.
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The new crypto-settlement tools in QUASA claim they can democratise access to services traditionally tied to fiat money and banks, and open up opportunities for hundreds of millions of people.
By connecting your crypto-wallet, a freelancer or customer can settle instantly among themselves using the QUASAcoin (QUA) cryptocurrency, which s a QUASA governance token implemented on the Ethereum blockchain. The QUASAcoin (QUA) token is listed on many exchanges and leading rating agencies, such as CoinMarketCap and CoinGecko. The use of QUA tokens is a prerequisite for working in the QUASA Connect application.
QUASA says its app eliminates the issues associated with finding customers and contractors in different countries, as well as problems associated with payment and receipt of money.
Users are not tied to any country, currency, banks, payment systems, conversion difficulties with banking operations, nor to absurd commissions and surcharges. “There is only a customer and a performer,” says the company.
QUASA has more than 200,000 unique visitors per month and its community in social networks has the same amount of subscribers.
To follow or join their online communities, they can be found on Twitter and Facebook under “Quasagroup”.