- BrainBlocks says 2018 was a very successful year, as it reached several significant milestones.
- BrainBlocks’ succeeded in launching its Point of Sale app for bricks-and-mortar shops and mobile merchants
- The team claims that 1500 merchants have accepted crypto payments through its payments module.
BrainBlocks, a distributed ledger project focused on offering users instant, feeless and straightforward crypto-based payments, has published its 2018 achievements and what it’s looking to achieve from 2019 and beyond, according to a Medium blog post on December 31, 2018.
No Crypto Winter for BrainBlocks
At a time when the entire cryptocurrency market has lost a massive chunk of the gains made in 2017, with a significant number of blockchain projects trimming down their workforce, BrainBlocks keeps achieving outstanding feats in the cryptosphere.
As stated in its Medium blog post, 2018 was quite a remarkable year for the entire dev team as it launched a series of highly functional payments apps as well as essential partnerships, including the “Pay with NANO” payment module which launched in January 2018, to make it easier for users to pay with the popular altcoin.
They have also completed the launch of the BrainBlocks point-of-sale (PoS) app for bricks-and-mortar shops as well as mobile merchants.
BrainBlocks Fostering Cryptocurrency Adoption
BrainBlocks is not oblivious to this fact as the platform reportedly joined forces with NanoWallet.io to allow hodlers pay with Nano more easily.
The startup also partnered with NanoMate.co to make it possible for users to send Nano to even those without a Nano address.
Importantly, the BrainBlocks team has made it clear that more than 1500 merchants across the globe were able to accept cryptocurrency payments via its module.
A Bullish 2019
Building on the solid foundations laid in 2018, BrainBlocks has revealed that it plans to release the debut version of its “fully integrated wallet and payment processing module,” and add several exciting features to it within a short while, including privacy protection, merchant tools, stability options and more.
“Our primary objective isn’t simply to be the easiest way to accept NANO or the fastest way to pay with cryptocurrency,” stated BrainBlock, adding “We want to be the world’s de-facto payment processor and digital wallet, with instant settlement times and zero transaction fees.”
At the time of writing, NANO is ranked 41 on CoinMarketCap, with a price of $0.92 and a market cap of $122 million, as well as a 24-hour trading volume of $1.51 million.