PumaPay Coin [PMA] listed on OKEx Exchange
PumaPay, an innovative startup in the cryptocurrency industry have released PumaPay token for listing in the OKEx Exchange. PMA/USDK has started trading from 9th September 2019. PMA/BTC will be live from 10th September 2019. PumaPay token can be availed using the funding option.
Listing in OKEx is important news for the company as OKEx is one of the largest digital asset exchange. This has millions of traders who use blockchain technology to avail advanced financial services. The trading volume of this exchange runs into billions of dollars serving customers from over 100 countries. The daily trade volume of BTC is $1.5 B and is called the golden standard for the cryptocurrency industry.
PumaPay makes use of Pull payment protocol that combines the advantages of blockchain and the convenience of card payments. This enables the customers to make multiple payments similar to that of credit cards easily. The company also provides comprehensive solutions such as PumaPay pride and business console that can be used by a business as marketing channels to promote their products.
The product features of PumaPay are appealing to both individuals and businesses all over the world. With the help of APIs, PumaPay can integrate with existing payment service providers. PumaPay has managed to get supporters from the cryptocurrency world, and the early adopters include brands such as PornHub, FashionTV, Wix.com.
PumaPay and OKEx celebrate this new listing by co-hosting dinner in Singapore. The roadshows are planned as follows: September 11-12; Singapore, September 14; Vietnam (Hanoi), September 16; Korea (Seoul): and September 17: Japan (Tokyo).
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