Bitcoin.com’s CEO Roger Ver divulged the news on the official Bitcoin.com Youtube channel detailing how Alliance Cargo Direct decided to launch payments using ACD. Ver emphasized that the initial launch would be “thousands at first and hopefully tens of thousands” of brick-and-mortar and online shops both domestically in Japan and globally. “You will be able to pay with two different cryptocurrencies at these vendors — ACD token and bitcoin cash,” Ver reported.
After payments are made using the affiliate retailers, Alliance Cargo Direct will also be buying back ACD in order to provide liquidity and add more value to ACD. The Japanese firm Alliance Cargo Direct and its CEO, Mr. Yasuhiro Sonoda, chose the BCH network because it will “benefit our customers by offering fast, cheap and reliable worldwide transactions for both online and offline payments.”
The recent news from Japan also follows the SLP-based coin merit (LLM), a token that was recently listed on the Altilly exchange and created for the micronation Liberland. With the SLP ecosystem starting to generate a network effect, LLM was created to strengthen the country and help Liberland citizens prosper. Now, the SLP-created tokens ACD and LLM are being swapped for other currencies on crypto trading platforms. Further, news.Bitcoin.com was told that the new digital advertising marketplace Tribeos and its Security Token Offering (STO) called “FIRE” will be based on the Simple Ledger Protocol. The Tribeos offering was also approved by the Bermuda Minister of Finance under new digital asset laws as well.
As SLP tokens begin to gather real value, users who wish to store these new digital assets don’t have to keep them on an exchange either. SLP-based tokens can be stored non-custodially using Badger, Electron Cash, and the Crescent Cash wallet. Token users can also check their transactions using the SLP explorer Simpleledger.info. For example, the website shows statistical data and ACD is the eighth most popular SLP token this month. The recent announcement to use ACD and BCH at thousands of online and physical stores should further drive growth of the token protocol.
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