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It’s time to modernize your payment methods and attract new customers! By offering contactless payment options such as bank cards, smartphones, and NFC-enabled wearable devices like smart watches, rings, and bands, you’ll appeal to the growing number of customers who prefer convenient, digital payment methods (Generation Z). Not only will this make the purchasing process easier and more enjoyable for your customers, but it will also set your business apart from competitors and attract new customers. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to boost your sales and attract more business – start offering contactless payment options today!


US Small Business Administration

Entrepreneur statistics show there were 33.2 million startups in the US in 2022, which is a 700,000 rise compared to 2021. About 27 million of them have no workforce outside the owner; 5.4 million employ up to 20 people, and 650,000 have up to 500 workers.

Influencers, Entrepreneurs, Freelancers, Startups, Small And Midsize Business (SMB) that would like to seize the growth opportunity offered by Web3 & Blockchain, offering customers a wide variety of payment options is key. It’s not just about reaching a larger share of the market and making digital products and services available for those who don’t have a credit card – but it’s equally important to address user preferences, reduce costs and build trust among consumers. Payments excellence is critical to any business success. Cryptography and blockchain technologies underpinning cryptocurrencies & digital assets will continue to be an “integral” part of the modern economy. 

The digital transformation of business is creating tremendous new opportunities for all business, products, services and bring simplicity & flexibility to merchants. Global merchants using Omnichannel must support many payment methods, and means of interacting with consumers. We offer a single infrastructure for managing buyers and sellers across payments providers with a centralized and/or decentralized technical integration and a broad array of payments partners & payment methods for:

  • Account-to-Account (A2A) payments refer to electronic money transfers between bank accounts. These transactions can be initiated online or through a mobile banking app and are often used for payment of bills, transfer of funds between accounts, or as a means of sending money to other individuals.
  • P2P (peer-to-peer): This refers to a decentralized network structure in which each participant is both a supplier and a consumer of resources, without the need for a central authority.
  • B2B (business-to-business): This refers to transactions between businesses, such as a manufacturer selling to a wholesale distributor.
  • B2C (business-to-consumer): This refers to transactions between a business and individual consumers, such as a retailer selling to a customer.
  • C2C (consumer-to-consumer): This refers to transactions between individuals, often facilitated through online marketplaces or social media platforms.
  • C2B (consumer-to-business): This refers to transactions in which individuals sell products or services to businesses, such as freelance workers or small businesses offering their services to larger companies.

Super App

Traditional payment methods include cash, cards, check and bank transfers, while next-generation payment methods include digital wallets, account-to-account payments and crypto payments.

Maximize your time, resources, cost and overall payment strategy.

The Benefits:

  • No Monthly Fees or Hidden Fees
  • Personal Payment Terminal (PPT)
  • Scan to Pay & Tap to Pay (mPOS)
  • Automated weekly settlements
  • Accept local & international  payments
  • Reach new markets (Web 3.0 & Metaverse)
  • Increase conversions
  • Reduce fraud & chargebacks
  • Dedicated Account Manager with priority support (Premium)

Create multiple services including payment and financial transaction processing with a self-contained commerce and communication online platform that embraces many aspects of personal and commercial life.

Online & Social Media

  • Monetize any Social Channel with a simple URL in your Bio or QR Code.
Add URL to your Bio

Add URL to your social Bio

Online Shop

Customer places order 

Deliver your orders

Ship order to customer

Order Complete

Mark order as completed

Point of Sale

  • Point of Sale (initiated by the person who pays)
Menu

Add QR code to menu card

Customers place order

Customer places new order 

Pay Now

Customer settles payment 

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Serve out order to customers

Delivery

  • Point of Sale (Contactless)
Work From Home

Working from home

Place order

Order food & drinks

Pay Now

Pay to complete order

Delivery

Delivered at your doorstep

Utility Bills

  • Billing & Invoices (initiated by the person who wants to receive the payment)
Contract

Send invoice with QR code

Scan QR Code

Client scans QR code

Pay Now

Client settles payment 

Utility Bills

Payment receipt (PDF)

NFC POS

  • Level up with UNLIMITED extra staff payment terminals  
Make Order

Customer makes order 

Scan QR Code

Customer scans NFC terminal

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Customer settles payment 

Deliver Goods

Order fullfillment takes place

B2B & Cross-Border

  • Professional Groups & Sectors
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Make B2B agreement

Contract

Client scans QR code

Pay Now

Client settles payment

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B2B fullfillment takes place

Web3 & Metaverse

  • Business, Products & Services
Metaverse Meeting

Engage in new ways

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Buy, sell and trade

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Stablecoins & Crypto

Virtual Goods

Send virtual goods

M-commerce

M-commerce covers a wide variety of transactions, categorized as one of three types:

  • Mobile Shopping
  • Mobile Banking
  • Mobile Payments

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* This is mostly similar to ecommerce but accessible via your iPhone or Android

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Retail | Store

Tickets

Toerism | Recreation

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Entertainment Sector

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Online Education

Beauty & Health

Beauty & Health

Self-Employed

Self-Employed

Hospitality

Hospitality 

Transportation

Transportation

Insurance

Insurance

Delivery Service

Delivery Service

Food Truck

Catering 

In-Person

In-Person

Retail | Store

As a retailer, retailers and web shops have more opportunities, sales, turnover and customer loyalty due to the wide reach of their own app.

Toerism | Recreation

Bungalow Park, Camping, Congress, Car Rental, Boat Rental, Stewardess, Tour Guide, Desk Clerk, Hostess

Entertainment Sector

Artists, DJ, Festivals, Events, Theater, Cinema, Studio, Operator, Sound & Vision, Games, Escape Rooms, Interactive Software

Beauty & Health Salon

Beautician, Hairdresser, Gym, Personal Trainer, Physiotherapy, Pedicure, Manicure, Spa, Wellness, Dentist, Plastic Surgery, Insurance

Hospitality | Catering

Hotel, Grand Café, Bistro, Restaurant, Pub, Food Truck, Host, Barkeeper, Room Service, Food Delivery

Self-Employed

Self-employed, Freelancer, Sole Proprietorship, Ltd, VOF, BV, CV, Partnership, Sales, Installation, Maintenance, Repair, Advisors, Lawyer

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Future-proof your business by aligning with the consumer landscape.

Home delivery

Generate revenue and increase sales for a small business

  • Offer a high-quality product or service: By offering a product or service that meets the needs and preferences of your target market, you can increase the chances of making sales.
  • Set competitive prices: Determine the value of your product or service and set prices that are competitive within your market.
  • Promote your business: Use marketing and advertising tactics to raise awareness of your business and attract new customers. This can include social media marketing, email marketing, content marketing, and traditional advertising methods.
  • Offer promotions and discounts: Consider offering promotions or discounts to encourage people to try your product or service, or to reward loyal customers.
  • Expand your reach: Look for opportunities to reach new markets or sell your products or services in new locations. This can include online sales, wholesale partnerships, or establishing a presence in new physical locations.
  • Collaborate with other businesses: Consider partnering with complementary businesses to cross-promote each other’s products or services.
  • Focus on customer satisfaction: By providing excellent customer service and consistently meeting the needs of your customers, you can increase the chances of repeat business and positive word-of-mouth referrals.
  • Diversify your products or services: Consider adding new products or services to your offerings to increase your revenue streams.

Reduce costs and increase efficiency

  • Evaluate your expenses: Carefully review all of your business expenses to identify areas where you can cut costs. This could include negotiating lower prices with suppliers, switching to less expensive vendors, or eliminating unnecessary expenses.
  • Automate processes: Look for ways to automate repetitive tasks or processes to save time and reduce the need for labor.
  • Use technology to streamline operations: Consider using technology, such as software tools and apps, to streamline operations and increase efficiency.
  • Implement lean management techniques: Lean management is a set of principles that focus on maximizing value and minimizing waste in all business processes. Implementing lean principles can help you identify and eliminate unnecessary steps and streamline your operations.
  • Train and empower your employees: By providing training and empowering your employees to make decisions, you can increase efficiency and reduce the need for constant supervision.
  • Outsource non-core functions: Consider outsourcing tasks or functions that are not directly related to your core business operations. This can save you time and money while allowing you to focus on your core competencies.
  • Use data and analytics: By collecting and analyzing data on your business operations, you can identify areas for improvement and make informed decisions to increase efficiency.

Managing your business finances and creating a budget

  • Keep track of your income and expenses: Use accounting software or tools, such as spreadsheets, to keep track of all your income and expenses. This will help you understand your financial position and identify any areas of concern.
  • Set financial goals: Determine what you want to achieve financially and set specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals to guide your financial decision-making.
  • Create a budget: Use your income and expense data to create a budget that outlines your expected income and expenses for a specific period of time. A budget will help you allocate your resources effectively and make informed financial decisions.
  • Monitor your budget: Regularly review your budget and compare it to your actual income and expenses to ensure that you are on track to meet your financial goals.
  • Keep your personal and business finances separate: It’s important to maintain separate bank accounts and credit cards for your personal and business finances to avoid mixing the two and to make it easier to track your business finances.
  • Seek professional advice: If you are not comfortable managing your finances or have complex financial needs, consider seeking the advice of a financial advisor or accountant.

Marketing your small business effectively

  • Define your target market: Clearly identify your target market, including their demographics, interests, and needs. This will help you tailor your marketing efforts to reach the right people.
  • Develop a marketing plan: Create a detailed marketing plan that outlines your marketing goals, strategies, and tactics. A marketing plan will help you focus your efforts and allocate your resources effectively.
  • Use a variety of marketing channels: Don’t rely on just one marketing channel. Instead, use a mix of channels, such as social media, email marketing, content marketing, and traditional advertising, to reach your target audience.
  • Use data to inform your marketing efforts: Collect and analyze data on your marketing efforts to understand what works and what doesn’t. This will help you refine your marketing strategies and tactics.
  • Engage with your audience: Engage with your audience through social media, email, or other channels to build relationships and strengthen your brand.
  • Offer value to your customers: Instead of just promoting your products or services, focus on providing value to your customers. This could include educational content, useful resources, or helpful tips.

Attracting and retaining customers

  • Offer a high-quality product or service: By offering a product or service that meets the needs and preferences of your target market, you can increase the chances of making sales and retaining customers.
  • Set competitive prices: Determine the value of your product or service and set prices that are competitive within your market.
  • Provide excellent customer service: Treat your customers with respect and go above and beyond to meet their needs. This can help you build a positive reputation and increase the chances of repeat business and positive word-of-mouth referrals.
  • Use customer feedback to improve: Regularly ask for and listen to customer feedback, and use it to make improvements to your products or services. This will show your customers that you value their opinions and are committed to meeting their needs.
  • Offer promotions and discounts: Consider offering promotions or discounts to encourage people to try your product or service, or to reward loyal customers.
  • Create a loyalty program: Consider implementing a loyalty program to reward and retain your most loyal customers.
  • Stay in touch with your customers: Stay in touch with your customers through email newsletters, social media, or other channels to keep them informed about new products or services and to build relationships.

Handling competition and staying competitive in the market

  • Know your competition: Research your competitors and understand their products, services, prices, marketing strategies, and target markets. This will help you identify your unique selling proposition and areas where you can differentiate yourself from the competition.
  • Offer a high-quality product or service: By offering a product or service that meets the needs and preferences of your target market, you can increase the chances of making sales and retaining customers.
  • Set competitive prices: Determine the value of your product or service and set prices that are competitive within your market.
  • Stay up to date on industry trends: Keep abreast of industry trends and stay informed about new products, services, and technologies that may impact your business.
  • Offer excellent customer service: Provide excellent customer service to differentiate yourself from the competition and build a positive reputation.
  • Build a strong brand: Develop a strong brand identity and differentiate yourself from the competition through your branding, messaging, and marketing efforts.
  • Leverage your unique strengths: Identify your unique strengths and use them to your advantage. This could include your expertise, unique products or services, or superior customer service.