“There is nothing I fear more than waking up without a program that will help me bring a little happiness to those with no resources, those who are poor, illiterate, and ridden with terminal disease.”
Our Blockchain Services
Point of Sale systems;
Mobile Wallets and Banking;
Ekasi Bucks Cryptocurrency Exchange;
CryptoCurrency reward based systems,
Money transfer systems and
Consumer analysis systems.
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ABOUT EKASI BUCKS
Initially launched as a township coalition loyalty programme for both township & rural businesses.
Ekasi Bucks Pty Ltd was established with the purpose of revitalizing the Township Economy;
Our main purpose was to establish a currency that would be used by the people spending money in townships;
A currency that is decentralized from the South African Reserve bank.
A Currency Immune from the Inflationary adjustments of the Rand.
A currency for the People, Secured and inflated By the people.
We established a Cryptocurrency coin called Ekasi Bucks, A Digital currency that uses a peer to peer payments system that is verified and secured over the Bitcoin Blockchain.
Ekasi bucks provides various services on a BlockChain based Bitcoin Platform.
Ekasi Bucks Blockchain Business systems include:
Cryptocurrency Mobile banking;
Blockchain Digital marketing;
Point of Sale systems.
Merchants and Consumers can choose any of our Blockchain based Digital Payments, Banking and Digital marketing services at fractional costs.
EKASI BUCKS HAS THE BEST TEAM OF EXPERTS WITHIN THE BLOCKCHAIN SPACE
Ekasi Bucks Point Of Sale Terminal
Packaged in a 10" Tablet, The Ekasi Bucks Point Of Sale System is suitable for use in any type of Business.
Customers can swipe Debit and Credit Cards on a PayPal card device and use the ekasi bucks mobile and card wallet payment System to clear their goods and services.
Ekasi Bucks at work
Consultations and Events
Tshwane Mayoral Inauguration Summit 2017; Radio interviews; community engagements; small business support; School presentations; Reuters Africa Interviews and
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