Tron (TRX) has announced the formation of a strategic collaboration with MOSHROOM, a respected supplier of smart toilet in the Chinese enclave.
The two firms will work on using blockchain technologies to solve problems emanating from cross-border transaction using cryptocurrencies.
The collaboration will give Moshroom the opportunity to provide state of the art bathroom for the less privilege across the universe.
Using Moshroom’s know-how in portable smart toilets, one of the problems of the world, which is the provision of a better bathroom experience to the downtrodden, is going to be resolved.
With Moshroom innovation, which is technologically sophisticated toilet fittings that are flush free, and equipped with solar panels, there is going to be a solution to the problems erupting from poor management and hygiene, since Moshroom’s solution covers all this area.
The smart toilets have vending machines, ads lightbox and intelligent lock, with access to the internet.
Moshroom’s innovation is supported by the Chinese government, and the firm has installed many portable toilets in the nooks and corners of Beijing.
Since Tron aims to better the lives of the poor using blockchain technology, it becomes pertinent to collaborate with Moshroom to take this innovation around the globe and support them with seamless mobile payment options across borders.
Recently Tron announced it has wholly acquired BitTorrent. The idea makes Tron a completely decentralized platform since BitTorrent, before the advent of blockchain technology, has been at the fore preaching and exemplifying decentralization.
In the same line, the blockchain company partnered with Hummingpay, a world-recognized blockchain payment network. HummingPay is responsible for integrating blockchain payment options for small-scale and large firms.
Also, Today’s Gazette reported that a US-based carpet company is now accepting Tron for transaction settlement.
Meanwhile, Bitnovo has integrated Tron on their ATM and POS, making the coin available in more than 20,000 Stores across Europe.
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