Limassol, Cyprus – PumaPay, the innovative blockchain-based payment system, announces today the listing of the PumaPay token on the OKEx Exchange.
The token pairs trading on OKEx are PMA/USDK which will be live on September 9th, and PMA/BTC which will be live on September 10th. The PumaPay token will also be available as a funding option.
OKEx is a world-leading digital asset exchange, providing advanced financial services to traders globally by using blockchain technology. The exchange is one of the top digital asset exchanges by trading volume, serving millions of users in over 100 countries. OKEx’s BTC futures trade has nearly $1.5B of volume daily and is widely recognized as the gold standard for the industry.
PumaPay’s PullPayment Protocol aims to combine the flexibility of card payments with the inherent advantages of blockchain technology PumaPay’s PullPayment Protocol enables multiple payment scenarios and all the familiar billing methodologies used with credit cards, on the blockchain for the first time. By building its own ecosystem, including the development of a Business Console and PumaPay Pride, a marketing hub for all businesses to promote their products, PumaPay’s solution is striving to become a viable crypto payment system tailored for all businesses and individuals worldwide. PCI compliance allows PumaPay’s PullPayment Protocol to be used programmatically via it’s rich API by existing Payment Service (PSP’s).
The network of businesses that have committed to adopting the PumaPay Protocol continues to grow, and PumaPay is increasingly gaining the support of more enthusiastic advocates from different industries. Amongst its early adopters are world-leading brands such as Wix.com, Rent24, FashionTV and PornHub.
In celebration of the new listing, PumaPay and OKEx will be co-hosting an exclusive dinner in Singapore prior to the start of PumaPay’s tour across Asia.
The dates of PumaPay’s roadshow are as follows: Singapore (Singapore): September 11-12; Vietnam (Hanoi): September 14; Korea (Seoul): September 16; and Japan (Tokyo): September 17.
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