“By promoting a positive image of Bitcoin and providing critical support through incentives to consumers and merchants, MerchantCoin will become a key fuel for driving the adoption of bitcoin on a global basis."
Zug, Switzerland (PRWEB) September 03, 2014
“We are very proud to announce our incorporation in Zug, Switzerland and association with other members of the Crypto Valley Community,” said Maya Babish Director of Communications for MerchantCoin.net
MerchantCoin is the first digital currency brought to market with the sole purpose of driving adoption of crypto-currency payments in the consumer merchant transaction process. MerchantCoin drives this adoption through a unique set of incentive programs that motivate and empower people (“Advocates”) in their local market with promotional and educational materials that highlight and explain the value of bitcoin transactions.
The MerchantCoin protocol (MerchantCore) provides ease-of-use, leverages the inherent security in the crypto-currency blockchain and most importantly eliminates the credit card fees associated with ecommerce transactions. “We envision a future where ecommerce is completely open source and decentralized, with no merchant service fees, all of which is either possible now in the MerchantCoin ecosystem, or will be shortly,” said David Johnston, MerchantCoin Board Member.
Crypto-currencies are changing the way commerce is conducted around the world; the fundamental purpose of MerchantCoin is to educate consumers and merchants to the benefit of accepting bitcoin and other crypto-currencies as a means of payment for goods and services globally. “By promoting a positive image of Bitcoin and providing critical support through incentives to consumers and merchants, MerchantCoin will become a key fuel for driving the adoption of bitcoin on a global basis,” said Johnston.
Learn how we are recruiting retailers so they can increase sales, lower transaction costs, and eliminate fraudulent charges here: http://merchantcoin.net/merchant-mining/
See more details about the MerchantCoin Advocate Program here:
For more information, go to http://www.MerchantCoin.net or contact Maya Babish at maya(at)merchantcoin.net)