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ClaroKey Will Bring About A Retail Revolution

ClaroKey enables store owners to use their existing card machines to take cryptocurrency payments


In 2019 it is still not easy to pay with cryptocurrencies. Merchants are unfamiliar with cryptocurrencies, they prefer to stick to existing technology, and there is little incentive to change. In countries such as Sweden, cash is going out of fashion in favour of card payments. Soon, there will be very few places you can spend your money without being tracked by banks and governments, which is a privacy concern for many.

The potential market for ClaroKey is huge. Card companies charge over 3% per transaction, generated $1.5 trillion in fees in 2017, expected to rise to $2 trillion in 2015.

Payments for goods and services by mobile phone are common in developing countries in Africa and Asia. Many consumers do not have access to bank accounts nor credit cards, yet to create a cryptocurrency wallet is as easy as downloading a mobile app.

Cryptocurrencies are still a novelty in 2019… but not so long ago, so were mobile phones and the internet. Paypal has its origins back in 1998, when very few people shopped online. Similarly today, ClaroKey is laying the foundations for another technological revolution in payment systems with the potential to disrupt not only how people pay online, but in stores as well.

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ClaroKey is building a global super highway to meet
the high demand to instantly verify crypto currencies.
  • Cashless payments are the future
  • The use of cash is on the decline world wide
  • Most of the people around the world wants crypto currencies to be an acceptable form of payment.
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A brief history of electronic payments


Creation of digital cash
David Chaum, starts work on creating digital cash by inventing “the blinding formula, which is an extension of the RSA algorithm still used in the web’s encryption”. This is the beginning of cryptocurrencies.


Paypal was developed and launched as a money transfer service at Confinity in 1999, funded by John Malloy from BlueRun Ventures.


Creation of Bitcoin
Satoshi Nakamoto, brings Bitcoin to the world, authored the bitcoin white paper, and created and deployed bitcoin's original reference implementation.


Launch of ClaroKey
ClaroKey opens up the cryptocurrency spending in the retail shopping sector just like Visa did 60 years ago.