Project Description

AppTech
AppTech’s Patent Portfolio is Fueling the Rise in Mobile Payments

Date & Time:

March 23, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

With global payments forecast to increase 28% in 2022, they will surpass credit cards and cash. By 2027 the market is projected to reach $12.06 Trillion with a T!

AppTech Corp (OTC: APCX) is a Financial Technology company focused on merchant services and innovative payment processing. While they offer a full range of services from retailers, their growth will come from intellectual property they own around global mobile payments.

AppTech’s I.P. Portfolio Includes 3 Key Technologies:
  1. The patent to move payments from cellphone to cellphone
  2. Two patents that cover sending URLs in text messages allowing content downloads like music and apps
  3. A patent on the technology that allows computers to send text messages to mobile devices, allowing for text payments to businesses

Their Secure Text Payment System provides 1.2 billion mobile users without access to internet the ability to conduct secure mobile transactions. The ability to accept multiple currencies will provide the platform with cross-border capabilities.

Join our webinar to hear from AppTech Executive Director, Luke D’Angelo, and learn how their innovative mobile payments technology is making credit cards and cash a thing of the past.

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