Blockchain for Payments

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Definition

Blockchain is a shared, virtual ledger that can record the history of transactions that cannot be altered, offering greater security for payment platforms. 

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By Amino
Amino Pay is a payments solution that simplifies the payments process, ensuring that everyone in the supply path gets paid simultaneously according to your brands' guidelines
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Credible is a blockchain network for business credit data. Credible is the only global distributed ledger to store business credit data on the blockchain in a way that disrupts the incumbent credit bureaus and inefficient loan processes.
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Pass Designer is a mobile wallet demo creator. Use Pass Designer to design and demo coupons, membership cards, boarding passes, event tickets, and more.
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RESTful API is a cloud tool to solve the security, user adoption, and software development issues stemming from on-device crypto wallets. With ChainFront, developers building blockchain applications can create seamless experiences for their customers...
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Rouge is a blockchain protocol — free and ready to use — to solve the problem of securely transferring certificates of financial value between market participants. Use cases include tickets to events, discount coupons, and a variety of other vouchers...
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By Sether
Sether is a pay-per-effect alternative for how brands work with agencies. The platform allows the client and the agency to work together based on goals that affect the agency fee, evaluates the effects of the creative content made by the agency for t...
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SNAPCARD provides an easy way to accept digital currencies using blockchain technology. The solution enables offline and online retailers to accept Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Dogecoin among other digital currency.
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