Platform for p2p payment Protocol Ink announced the integration of its decentralized application (dApp) with a wallet from Coinbase.
dApp-the app will allow customers to perform the seller’s reputation before making a purchase, and leave your opinion on it. The service supports transactions via third-party marketplaces, using XNK — own tokens Ink and ether (ETH). As reported in the press release, in future the company is considering adding intermediaries and functions of escrow.
Token XNK is used as the primary means of payment in its own Ink marketplace called Listia. The Playground opened in 2009 and for many years functioned as an online marketplace where users can exchange various items for it and earn Listia credits.
In the beginning of the year startup Protocol Ink raised $15 million during the ICO and platform Listia has restarted on the blockchain. In the financing of the project participated ConsenSys Ventures — the venture capital division blockchain of company ConsenSus and hedge Fund Tetras. After switching to the blockchain, the credits of users to be converted to tokens XNK. This was done in order to internal currency of the site was to bring in foreign markets. According to the founder and CEO of Ink Protocol GII-hwan Chuan (Gee-Hwan Chuang), on the platform were placed more than three million real physical goods for tokens XNK.
“Ink Pay (dApp) allows you to make safe buying and selling on any marketplace, earning a reputation on each transaction. We join Coinbase with tokens XNK supported by more than three million real goods to avoid speculation and to engage in an important phase for us in cryptocurrency activities,” commented Chuan.
We will remind, about weeks ago, Coinbase has received a patent for payment system with improved security of the private keys.