Dear Pundians and friends, You might be aware, a powerful tsunami hit the coast of Sulawesi island in Indonesia in the evening of 28 September 2018 with devastating effects, after a major 7.4-magnitude earthquake. Hundreds of lives are lost, and majority of the survivors are left without their homes, and access to electricity and clean… Continue reading Send cryptos to help Palu earthquake and tsunami victims
Another busy month has wrapped up for us. This time our XPOS device did as much traveling as we did. It’s being shipped to markets all around-the-world. Catch up on the latest developments in our business development, international partnerships and thought leadership in the September edition of our monthly recap report.
The newest edition of the Pundi XPASS has been used by hundreds of representatives from the Korean arms of the world’s largest companies at a forum on the future of blockchain in Seoul, one of the world’s crypto capitals.
Pundi X’s executive ranks are growing from strength to strength by adding 30 years of high finance experience with its latest hire.
To kick off September with a bang, we are having a flash contest starting this weekend (Sep 1 to Sep 3). We will bring one lucky person from our community to ULTRA Taiwan 2018 to experience mass adoption of blockchain-based payment transaction powered by Pundi X technology along with 30,000 festival goers.
In August, I think we can make this boast without contradiction. We launched plans for a new mainnet and businessline; a new continental headquarters in South America and two immediate and major distribution partnerships in Colombia and Brazil one week later; we also moved into a new major blockchain hub via a partnership in the Gulf and Middle East; and we we overhauled our monthly token unlock mechanism in ways that will benefit longterm NPXS holders.
Pundi X is proud to announce it will be partnering with Kopernik, founded by Toshi and Ewa who had previously worked for United Nations and the World Bank over a decade to use crypto to assist families in Lombok to rebuild.