Geeq is pleased to announce its partnership with PlasmaPay. Geeq is a multi-blockchain platform supported by a unique Proof of Honesty consensus mechanism. Proof of Honesty introduces a “no-consensus” consensus, which levels the playing field for decentralized markets, while providing highly user-friendly security features on the platform.
Much like PlasmaPay, Geeq is concerned with increasing accessibility and interoperability across blockchains for a wide variety of functions. PlasmaPay will partner with Geeq in a number of ways including with NFT integrations. Both companies are also motivated to see the greater adoption of blockchain technology and DeFi and this will provide a key partnership area for both.
Hans Sundby, Head of Crypto for Geeq said:
We are excited to work with PlasmaPay who have impressed us with their vision to bring DeFi to the masses. As partners, PlasmaPay and Geeq will work together to give blockchain technology and DeFi the audience it deserves.
Ilia Maksimenka, CEO of PlasmaPay, said:
We are very impressed by Geeq and their unique technology stack. Out of the box thinking is something that blockchain requires to take it to the next level. As we strive to make the sector accessible for all, we look forward to working with Geeq on making this dream a reality.
PlasmaPay is a global cryptocurrency wallet and digital payments DApp (decentralized application) that provides fiat on/off ramp services via mobile and desktop apps to users from over 165 countries. Individuals and businesses can use the upcoming PlasmaPay dashboard to buy, sell or exchange digital assets and send or receive cross-border payments. Built on their own public blockchain tech called the Plasma DLT (distributed ledger technology), PlasmaPay aims to be the missing link that connects the underbanked and unbanked population with the DeFi ecosystem to provide them financial services without banks.
Geeq is a multi-blockchain platform secured by a Proof of Honesty protocol, safe enough for the most valuable data, cheap enough for IoT, and flexible enough for any use.