Paybank-Blockchain Today, business agreement signed… Consolidated information delivery and marketing support

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(Photo = PayBank) Reville Technology Business Division Director Jane Jeong (Jane Jung, left) and Blockchain Today Editor Han Ji-hye (right) are taking a commemorative photo after signing a business agreement.

[Blockchain Today Reporter Jihye Han] Blockchain and cryptocurrency media Blockchain Today signed a business agreement with LivilTechnology (Revill), which operates a cryptocurrency wallet platform PayBank.

Blockchain Today is an offline magazine that combines online media related to blockchain and cryptocurrency, the core technology of the 4th industrial revolution, and focuses on delivering content based on fast and accurate information and trust. It also provides domestic and foreign related news in real time through professional reporters in Korea and overseas correspondents.

Reville’s developed application PayBank is a blockchain-based global online financial service launched by developers from Huawei, WeChat, and Weibo after years of preparation. It is a fast cross-border cryptocurrency remittance and payment system and both online and offline. It provides a real debit card (VISA, Master, UnionPay) service that can be used in.

Articles distributed on Blockchain Today through this alliance will be loaded into the’Search’ function in PayBank through API interworking. The two companies will deliver prompt industry news to readers through more diverse channels, and have agreed to cooperate in marketing support such as delivering blockchain and cryptocurrency information and holding conferences.

Meanwhile, Reveal Technology has a license issued by the MSB U.S. Treasury Department’s Financial Crime Enforcement Bureau, and plans to expand PayBank to Europe in the first half of 2021 with an EMI license issued by the UK Financial Supervisory Service (FCA) for global business expansion. .

In addition, Paybank said, “All technical tests have been completed at the moment, and we are looking for a foundation to enter the Paybank app. We will not receive entry fees from companies entering the store between the first and second quarters of this year.”

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