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GreenBox is here to leverage your business potential through advanced blockchain powered technology.

Experience a New Approach to Blockchain Technology

Every day, businesses exchange value with their suppliers, customers, and other organizations. These exchanges, known as transactions must be completed precisely, quickly, and most of all securely to maximize a business’ potential while reducing costs. To achieve this, more and more businesses are turning to blockchain technology, such as those offered by GreenBox to facilitate and secure these critical transactions.

What is Blockchain?

In simple terms, blockchain is an unaltered digitized record of transactions.
Think of it as an encrypted data package of agreements that is virtually
unhackable. By providing a real-time updated ledger, this technology makes it
possible to eliminate the middleman institution such as banks and allow
transactions to follow directly between the customer and business.

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User A wants to send money to user B.

Encrypted keys controlling the ownership of the money and identifying the receiving E-Wallet are generated.

The transaction is initiated as a "Block".

The block is shared between all parties on the network.

The parties in the network approve the transaction and render it as valid.

The block is then added to the chain in the system, creating a transparent and unaltered record of transactions in the network.

The key controlling the ownership of the money is sent to the E-Wallet identified by the second key.

  1. User A wants to send money to user B.
  2. Encrypted keys controlling the ownership of the money and identifying the receiving e-wallet are generated.
  3. The transaction is initiated as a "Block".
  4. The block is shared between all parties in the network.
  1. The parties in the network approve the transaction and render it as valid.
  2. The block is then added to the chain in the system, creating a transparent and unaltered record of transaction in the network.
  3. The key controlling the ownership of the money is sent to the e-wallet identified by the second key.