Pundi X aims to deploy its blockchain-powered products Pundi XPOS to the country as part of its global expansion plan.
The Philippines may have to cross a long road yet before becoming a totally “cashless society.”
The startup ran by a 24-year-old matches borrowers with lenders who want to invest in their education.
Chips turning into Bitcoin is NOT an impossibility.
Blockchain, a rather controversial buzzword thanks to its role in virtual currencies, is seen to disrupt the business landscape—even the financial technology industry.
Startups are pushing through with initiatives that involve the new form of currency.
The introduction of Facebook’s Marketplace feature in the Philippines is seen to cause a tit‑for‑tat dispute in the digital arena of commercial dealings. But the Philippine e‑commerce industry takes it as a “positive development.”
SparkUp asked other startups eyeing their own ICOs if the issue will change their plans.
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It’s pretty much like IPO, but here no share in the company is sold, only “crypto‑tokens” in exchange of other cryptocurrencies.
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