NetCents Technology Signs Enterprise Licensing Agreement for 28 Caribbean Countries and Adds Bitcoin Cash

- August 27th, 2018

NetCents Technology (CSE:NC) has announced it has entered into a three year exclusive enterprise licensing agreement with Post Socratic Ventures and added bitcoin cash to the NC Exchange. As quoted in the press release: “We look forward to integrating our merchants and partners the NetCents platform. We selected the NetCents platform due to their Instant … Continued

NetCents Technology (CSE:NC) has announced it has entered into a three year exclusive enterprise licensing agreement with Post Socratic Ventures and added bitcoin cash to the NC Exchange.

As quoted in the press release:

“We look forward to integrating our merchants and partners the NetCents platform. We selected the NetCents platform due to their Instant Settlement capability, eliminating the volatility risk for our merchants,” stated Carlos Mendez, Director of Communications at Post Socratic Ventures. “We are confident that NetCents is the perfect partner due to their game-changing platform and their addition of Bitcoin Cash to the platform to service demand from our current partners.”

PSV is a new venture for the team of industry veterans. Together, they have extensive experience in the payments, blockchain, tourism, and telecommunications industries having worked on the development of multiple online payment systems, POS terminal application development, PCI compliance, network administration, infrastructure design, and end-to-end encryption, with multiple successful deployments in several countries.

PSV will begin to integrate the NetCents cryptocurrency payment processing platform into their merchants and partners in the Caribbean. Through the agreement, the Company has assigned PSV exclusive rights to the Caribbeanregion, including: AnguillaAntigua and BarbudaArubaBahamasBarbadosBonaireBritish Virgin IslandsCayman IslandsCuba, Curazao, DominicaDominican RepublicGrenadaGuadeloupeHaitiJamaicaMartiniqueMontserrat, Saba, Saint BarthelemySaint Kitts & NevisSaint LuciaSaint Martin, Saint Vincent, Sint Eustatius, Sint MaartenTrinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos Islands.

Click here to read the full press release.

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