While we’re super excited to move into our new era of financial inclusion, it seems a few are getting caught up in the nostalgia of the old Tap. We get it, Tap Global still sounds iconic, but as we embark on our new chapter, we’ve dropped the Global and are rolling as just Tap. Rest assured, while we embrace this new identity, we remain dedicated to the core values and exceptional services that have made Tap a trusted name in the industry.
As we forge ahead into the future, combining innovation with a touch of familiarity that we know you'll love, we invite you to join us. We’ve noticed, however, that some people are still using the old lingo in their Google searches, so in the spirit of leaving no man or woman behind, here are our answers to your burning questions.
Is Tap legit?
Yes, Tap is a legitimate company in the fintech industry. It is a well-known and reputable organization that provides services for buying, selling, spending, and storing crypto and fiat currencies.
Through our user-friendly mobile app and commitment to enhancing security measures, we provide an all-rounded financial service that is not only licensed and regulated by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission but also audited by PKF.
Is Tap safe?
If there’s one thing to be sure of it’s that we take security measures very, very seriously.
We employ industry-leading security practices and technologies to protect user data and transactions and have designed our mobile app with a particular focus on security, utilizing encryption and other security protocols to safeguard sensitive information.
However, it is important to note that no system is completely immune to risks and for that, we have implemented safeguards too. We not only encourage users to exercise caution and follow best practices such as setting strong passwords, enabling two-factor authentication, and regularly updating their devices and software, but we also have insurance policies in place should any of our multi-layered security barriers become compromised.
Is Tap available in USA?
Is Tap available in the US?
We appreciate your interest in Tap. Currently, our app's availability varies globally due to a myriad of factors that go into each market entry. While we strive to cater to as wide a user base as possible, it's important to us that we adhere to all regulatory and compliance measures, ensuring a secure and dependable platform for all our users.
As for your query regarding the United States, we don't have a definitive answer at the moment. Our focus is on delivering the best possible experience for our current users while exploring potential avenues for growth.
We always encourage our users to stay updated with our platform for any announcements.
While waiting for our launch in the land of the free, we are offering users an opportunity to join the Tap waiting list program and earn up to $100 in referral rewards for each friend you invite.
Is Tap a bank?
Technically referred to as a Fintech, Tap is a financial technology company that provides services related to crypto and fiat currencies. Through the licensed and regulated platform, users are able to buy, sell, spend, and store a wide range of crypto and fiat currencies.
Your Tap account also comes with a complimentary Tap prepaid Mastercard which allows you to spend any of your stored currencies at merchants and ATMs around the world.
In short, Tap is a Fintech and does not offer traditional banking services like loans.
Is Tap a good investment?
As a reputable fintech platform, we will never provide financial advice or make specific investment recommendations. The decision to consider Tap or any other investment opportunity should be based on your own thorough research, careful consideration of your financial goals and risk tolerance, and consultation with a qualified financial advisor if accessible.
What we can offer is a guideline to use when evaluating an investment. It is essential to assess various factors, including the company's track record, market conditions, its leadership, and the potential risks and rewards associated with the investment. It is also important to consider that investments in cryptocurrencies can be volatile and subject to market fluctuations.
Bonus question: will Tap be called "faucet" in the USA?
While not exactly a Google search, a fair question from Dave in the comments section: will Tap be called "faucet" in the USA? Despite the American version of the same device being referred to as a faucet, that answer is a definite no. Tap will remain true to its roots and still be called Tap when launching in the USA. 😉
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