American Blockchain-Platform Bravo Pay Loads In Beta-Regime
In one of his latest tweets, the startup Bravo Pay says that “it will soon reach its main stage when our system is fully integrated into the blockchain for cryptocurrency payments.”
The company is not absolutely new, as it was founded in 2014 by Maria Luna and Dr. Hector Rodriguez. Together, the couple launched several startups in the field of technology, marketing and medicine.
The minimum viable Bravo product (MVP) was built and launched in San Francisco’s Techcrack Disrupt in September 2015. Since then, Bravo has grown beyond its Arizona market and “organically” reached more than 1,000 cities in the US.
Originally it was built for gratuitous payments to art workers and service specialists and worked in the beta regime as a mobile payment platform for peer-to-peer (P2P) transactions.
To date, Bravo has a community of tens of thousands of active users and has already processed millions of dollars in a fiat currency (supported by the government, for example, USD, Euro, Yen).
After proving the concept, he began to build a hybrid blockchain platform with a mobile user interface that supports public and private payments on demand using Bravo (BVO) tokens.