"Electroneum is the first cryptocurrency that is designed around mobile ubiquity. To put it another way, it is designed for the estimated 2 billion smartphone users around the world. Electroneum is a complementary currency that has been developed to allow anyone, regardless of technical ability, easy access to a cryptocurrency. Within a few minutes of installing the mobile app any user can see Electroneum being added to their wallet via the unique mobile mining experience."
What we don't like:
There is no unique value proposition that Electroneum offers. Their main claim is that Electroneum will be the next bitcoin. It would need 5 times the amount of bitcoin users to reach a similar result of bitcoin, not likely. The mining that takes place is simulated, meaning the network has security flaws that can be taken advantage of at the moment. The moment the next hot coin comes along, Electroneum may take a hit that it might never have recovery.
What we like:
Electroneum has the potential to bring awareness to the masses about the existence of cryptocurrencies due to the outstanding marketing and buzz surrounding the project. The fact that the entire premise of the coin is to utilize mobile phones means that it can reach a wide target audience. Mobile mining takes place with their application.