The AppCoins team is always working on new features and improvements so that the community gets state of the art services.
Since for us, transparency is key; besides aiming to keep our community updated with all things related to the AppCoins world, we also strive to answer any questions that might surface.
That said, in this article, we will tackle one of the most common questions we get asked by our community:
What are the differences between AppCoins and AppCoins Credits?
What are AppCoins?
AppCoins (APPC) is a cryptocurrency based on Ethereum ERC 20 tokens that allows for transactions to be made within the Aptoide app store by its users, developers and manufacturers.
The open blockchain-based protocol was developed by Aptoide, and covers the financial transactions and user-acquisition flow.
It also provides developers a transparent and efficient way to monetise their apps and gives users a trusted environment with new payment options and incentives to discover apps.
Here is a video explaining AppCoins (in under 3 minutes!):
As opposed to AppCoins, AppCoins Credits cannot be converted into money.
What are AppCoins Credits?
AppCoins Credits (APPC-C), also referred to as APPC Credits, are a virtual currency created by AppCoins that allows users — even the unbanked ones — to make online transactions, including in-app purchases (IAP).
It was created for the AppCoins blockchain platform to perform transactions within the app store ecosystem. Meaning that the credits could be earned and spent in the same place, creating a circular economy.
Users can earn APPC-C without having or needing a bank card, and can use such credits to make in-app purchases for weapons, gems, lives, or any other gaming items. As opposed to AppCoins, AppCoins Credits cannot be converted into money.
To find out more about APPC-C, how to use and earn them, click here.
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