Project Description

RocketFuel Enables One-click Payments for Any Retailer Both Online and Off

Date & Time:

March 4, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

RocketFuel Blockchain (OTCQB: “RKFL”) has created an instant, secure, and seamless payment system that can be used by any online, traditional, and hybrid retailer to enable one-click transactions of any size.

Customers with the RocketFuel App can purchase items without providing payment or fulfillment information at participating retailers. They just choose the “Buy with RocketFuel” option at checkout then the funds and all necessary information are transferred instantly and securely via blockchain.

RocketFuel’s Instant Buy Technology:
  • Provides unhackable security
  • Enables impulse in-ad and in-store buying
  • Costs significantly less than current credit options
  • Instantly transfers money from customers to retailers
  • Can reduce the $25B in annual credit card fraud
Join our webinar to hear from RocketFuel CEO, Peter M. Jensen, and learn how their game-changing technology promotes high conversion efficiencies and stimulates impulse buying in e-commerce scenarios.

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