Recently, Pundi X has been effectively implementing the adoption of blockchain technology and the utilization of digital currencies while complying with the rules and regulations of every nation. Intending to work as a team with the blockchain developers in Japan, they have joined with the Blockchain Collaborative Consortium (BCCC), who is already in the field promoting the blockchain technology.
Moreover, Pundi X is a principal developer of the world’s first point-of-sale solution (leading developer of blockchain powered devices), which empowers vendors and customers to do the transactions on the blockchain in physical outlets. Pundi X uses these three technologies – The Pundi X Platform, portable wallets, and card payments, to offer solutions. Pundi X states that because of the lower costs, more services, and smaller size, their service is better than Bitcoin ATMs.
In the latest tweet by Pundi X,-
Pundi X joins the Blockchain Collaborative Consortium (BCCC) to further promote the adoption of blockchain technology in Japan
To work closely with the developers in Japan 🇯🇵 , #PundiX has joined the Blockchain Collaborative Consortium (BCCC), which promotes the adoption of #blockchain technology. #npxs #npxsxem https://t.co/LMk1WW8AD7
— Pundi X Labs | We are hiring! (@PundiXLabs) May 27, 2019
The Blockchain Collaborative Consortium (BCCC) was started on April 25, 2016, along with 34 founding member organizations. BCCC’s Chairman is Yoichiro Hirano. Companies which uses the blockchain technology has joined, increasing the membership of BCCC to the current 109 organizations and associations. Their goal is to raise awareness of blockchain technology among finance-related organizations, where the implementation of blockchain technology is increasing rapidly.
Moreover, In Japan, the BCCC promotes the spread of blockchain technology. BCCC was launched to grow and build recognition of blockchain technology by supporting research and development, empowering related ventures, and teaming up with different blockchain associations. Earlier, when the BCCC was first launched, its members comprised basically of organizations that were promoting blockchain technology.