- Accepted invitation to appear in a special TV production set for broadcast on Fox Business Network
- Addresses prevention of fraud to improve cash flow
- Opportunity to showcase GRBX, increase value for shareholders and educate viewers in blockchain technology
GreenBox POS, LLC (OTCQB: GRBX), a payment and blockchain solutions entity, recently announced that it has accepted an invitation to appear in a special TV production set for broadcast on Fox Business Network in the September-October timeframe. Top GreenBox executives will be interviewed during this three-part series, and a portion will be filmed at the company’s headquarters in San Diego. Each airing will provide the company with five to six minutes on camera, increasing awareness of the brand, technology and product offerings among an anticipated audience of 95 million households.
“GreenBox technology is superior to all competitors we considered,” Stephen Simon, executive producer for the series, stated in a news release (http://nnw.fm/Se67V). “The product line and wealth of knowledge we found at the Company, in addition to the remarkable precise execution, is uniquely positioned for rapid growth. We like this kind of story, and we want to be the first to bring them to mass media.”
GreenBox will address the many concerns that businesses face within the blockchain industry, including prevention of fraud to improve cash flow. The company is a hardware and software technology firm that builds customized payment solutions for different industries, with an emphasis on blockchain-secured ledger technology. Through QuickCard kiosks and e-wallets, point-of-sale solutions, and Loopz, the company is leading the way in a progression toward a cashless society.
Vince Caruso, CEO of FMW Media Works, expressed his excitement at GreenBox’s participating on the program in a recent press release (http://nnw.fm/iL6t1). “I believe their blockchain powered products which include GreenBox POS (point-of-sale), ‘QuickCard,’ ‘LOOPZ,’ and e-wallet, can dominate the payment solutions industry, preventing fraud and improving a business’s efficiency,” he stated. “GreenBox POS’s product offerings make them a great company fit to showcase on both ‘NEW TO THE STREET’ and ‘Exploring the Block’ business TV programs.”
FMW Media Works Corp.’s ‘Exploring the Block’ showcases, questions and explores companies that are changing the way that modern society utilizes blockchain technology in data and security. This is a unique platform for viewers to learn about opportunities and advancements in blockchain invention. GreenBox will be featured in a three-part series providing viewers with the most up-to-date news and insight in this emerging cashless industry. It is an opportunity to showcase all that the company has to offer, increasing value for shareholders and providing education and awareness to viewers.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GreenBoxPOS.com
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