PumaPay (PumaPay) Review

PumaPay is a comprehensive billing protocol that combines the best of traditional payment methods (credit cards) with blockchain-based solutions, and enables a more frequent use of cryptocurrencies in online & offline outlets. We offer a free-of-charge blockchain-based protocol that decentralizes a whole layer of transaction processing services and supersedes traditional and current blockchain-based billing methodologies

As strong advocates of blockchain technology and decentralization, we are well-aware of the gaps that exist between online billing needs and existing blockchain solutions. Credit cards were not designed for the digital age and need to be replaced by a protocol that is designed around the needs of a fast-paced, global, and technology driven economy. Our mission is to modernize payment processing systems and lay the foundations for a thriving cryptocurrency economy built on the PumaPay Pull Payment Protocol. 


PumaPay
StartMarch 28, 2018
EndMarch 29, 2018
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