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US-based Healthcare Technology Company Adopts Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple XRP

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US-based Healthcare Technology Company Adopts Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple XRP

Opu Labs, a United States-based Healthcare Company with focus on using technology to provide skincare services, has today announced the release of a blockchain enabled marketplace that permits customers to use Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple XRP in making payment in exchange for services offered.

Due to the swift and seamless payment solution offered, cryptocurrency is gradually moving to mainstream adoption as individuals and companies across the globe recognize its benefit.

In terms of adoption, the year 2019 has been quite tremendous for digital currencies. Big companies which have either played down or castigated crypto are beginning to embrace it.

According to a press release, the blockchain enabled e-commerce service unveiled by Opu Labs will help customers get discount as they pay for thousands of quality skincare products offered by the company.

With the use of Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple XRP as payment, online customers can now have access to skincare and dermatology related solutions through Artificial Intelligence which will be used to analyze customers’ skin conditions.

Opu Labs makes tracking skin related problems like acne, aging, redness, hyperpigmentation and skin tone easy. The company also provides a free skincare app where users can receive rewards with Opu Coin in exchange for their data.

Via the application which was launched in 2018, the company has been able to attract over 100,000 users who signed up on the app.

With the latest developments, users, after proper examination, can now purchase dermatologist recommended solution offered by the company with cryptocurrency.

Opulabs products are certified by International Melanoma Association from SkinAlive of New Zealand and it claims its natural products are developed by 100% PURE in Silicon Valley.

While lauding the development of the blockchain based marketplace as an outstanding achievement, the CEO of Opu Labs, Marc Bookman, declared the smart contract solution is the first of its kind in the industry.

“We are the first player in the industry to design and deploy a smart contract which can help brands and consumers share data in a more efficient manner. With the release of the marketplace our Rewards holders can now redeem their Opu Coins on our marketplace,” Marc Bookman stated.

As cryptocurrency finds its way into another sector (skincare) as a payment option, it is sure another boost for the industry as well as payment ease for people.

Lawal is a serial entrepreneur, a contributor to Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global , Oracle Times, Coin Gape and a host of other notable news publications. He delved into the blockchain industry due to his longtime love for finance and innovative technology. Lawal's contributions to entrepreneurship can not be overemphasized as he co-created a flourishing African news publication. He hopes to be a venture capitalist one day. Lawal is an unrepentant lover of Blockchain technology, a senior market analyst for Today's Gazette. Contact: lawal.khalid@todaysgazette.com

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