Fortaleza CE, Brazil, 16th Jul 2023, King NewsWire – Almost 20% of Brazilians have a wallet in which they deposit their crypto assets. But can they really pay with it?
When Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin, he did so with the idea that his currency could be exchanged without intermediaries or institutional control.
A token of the people, for the people. Issue? Today, it is primarily used for its speculative aspect, far from its primary purpose: to pay.
The LIKO PROTOCOL is a state-of-the-art solution designed to bridge the gap between traditional commerce and the new Web 3.0 economy.
To achieve this, Payinnov Brazil, a sister company of Payinnov, a renowned creator of financial software based in Paris, has developed a range of innovative solutions that ensure operation.
Payinnov Brazil is based in Fortaleza, among its members it counts Nadia Domec Director of Payinnov France, with more than 30 years of experience as a manager and entrepreneur. She began her career as a development engineer at Ingenico, manufacturer of payment terminals, then headed the e-commerce and mobile payment department of GIE Cartes Banking. His vast experience in technology has allowed him to make a significant contribution to the industry.
Igor Leão, co-founder of Payinnov Brazil, graduated in Management & International Trade of the Brazilian Market from the University of Paris, Igor decided to create a YouTube channel to educate his community on the importance of understanding how the crypto universe works. Through his channel, he was able to raise awareness of the potential of cryptocurrencies and their impact on the global economy.
Philippe Blot (Chief Operating Officer of Payinnov France) with more than 25 years of experience in the market, Philippe has previously financed several projects in Europe and Asia, totaling over $10 million in funding. His vast expertise and leadership make him a valuable asset to our Brazilian team.
And Noémie LEÃO also graduated in Master Management and international trade in the Brazilian market at the University of Paris, she joined the team following a meeting with Nadia Domec, who is passionate about the project, Noémie is currently Chief of Staff, she is in charge of facilitating international relations and promoting the LIKO PROTOCOL to a global audience.
The LIKO team has developed outstanding solutions that allow ordinary individuals with limited knowledge of the cryptocurrency market to receive and process their cryptocurrencies effortlessly and securely.
The company is committed to driving innovation in the financial sector and providing businesses with the tools they need to thrive in the digital age.
The company believes that cryptocurrencies are the future of money. They offer greater security, lower transaction fees, and faster processing times compared to traditional payment methods.
However, the adoption of cryptocurrencies is still limited due to a lack of platforms.
To fill this gap in the market, our team has developed a comprehensive suite of crypto payment solutions that meet the needs of businesses of all sizes. Our platform and app allow merchants to accept payments in cryptocurrencies while providing accounting, compliance, and risk management tools.
In addition to our payment processing solutions, we will also offer a range of educational resources and customer support to help our merchants operate.
And with our LIKO Protocol initially running within one of the largest and most successful Blockchains, the Binance Smart Chain, we are now committed to fostering the growth of the crypto economy in Brazil and beyond.
Join us in our mission to revolutionize the way we transact and exchange value in the digital age.
Contact Person: Igor
City: Fortaleza CE
Release Id: 1607234757
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