Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk declared on his Twitter account on the 24th that "Tesla cars can be purchased soon in the U.S. with bitcoin." He then expressed his aspiration to be more active in the future, paying keen attention to introducing bitcoin into real life.
Tesla is not the only case in which cryptocurrency was introduced in real life. Visa (VISA), a global credit card company, will support USDT to use it for credit card payments, and official service launch will take place within this year. Online payment industries such as Rakuten, Japan's largest Internet shopping mall, and Nubei, Canada's famous online payment service, also announced support for cryptocurrency payments.
In Korea, the Korea Blockchain Coordination Association will be the first in Korea to patent a technology that can link cryptocurrency and bank credit cards, and will be introduced as early as the first half of this year. In addition, payments have already been made through cryptocurrency in various fields such as CU, 7-Eleven, Kyobo Bookstore, Domino Pizza, and BBQ, the two major mountain ranges of convenience stores in Korea.
KOK is also accompanying the positive movement of the cryptocurrency industry. In February, the company started mainstreaming the KOK token globally through the signing of an MOA with The Nine Company, a company specializing in unmanned payment kiosks.
The public's expectations for the popularization of cryptocurrency will keep growing. This is because the real-life application of cryptocurrency is cheaper than credit cards, and the service is simple and convenient needing only a cell phone at home or abroad.
Based on the introduction of KOK's payment system, the KOK Foundation will accelerate the popularization of cryptocurrency and global expansion.
Join KOK in welcoming a bright and prosperous future.