Coldplay Bass Artist Shows Support for Zumo Bitcoin App

The crypto community is enjoying the addition of another big supporter in the person of Guy Berryman.

Guy Berryman is a Coldplay bass artist from Scotland. He has shown his support for the crypto community by funding a Bitcoin exchange app known as Zumo.

In an interaction with Edinburgh News, Nick Jones, the founder and Chief Executive of Zumo expressed his thoughts as follows:  “Covid-19 has fast forwarded the move to a cashless society and for safe and easy ways to invest in new forms of currency that are more resilient to crises such as this one. 

How Zumo and Bitcoin fit Perfectly

Berryman is not the only one to have funded the Zumo App. Another important contribution had earlier come from Murray Capital, an investment bank based in Scotland.

Zumo targets a large market, Jones said.Charles Read, a financial advisor in Blockchain is optimistic that Zumo will make more people to join the blockchain community because of its easy-to-use platforms.

He said to Edinburgh News: “Zumo has all the benefits of decentralized technology without the teething problems for new users.”

Now is the time to invest in blockchain

David Murray, the MD of Murray Capital, is trying his best to make people see reasons why they must invest in blockchain technology now. He said: “Now is the time to be investing in the technologies that will shape the financial security of future generations.” He also mentioned that the app is equally helpful to those who have no bank accounts.

The news about Berryman just surfaced because he is the latest musician who has supported blockchain technology. He is, however, not the first because Akon already started up something to help the technology grow.

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