NetworkNewsBreaks – Why GreenBox POS, LLC (GRBX) is “One to Watch”

Innovative hardware and software technology company GreenBox POS, LLC (OTCQB: GRBX) builds customized payment solutions, such as point of sale (“POS”) systems, in a variety of industries. An article discussing the company reads: “GreenBox develops all software in-house and with international subsidiaries, which allows the company to provide individualized electronics modifications in partnership with different vendors. Custom POS machines are available as an upgrade from existing solutions currently in use. First-time merchants can also take advantage of custom-built kiosk machines powered by blockchain technology, complete with e-wallet integration downloadable via Android or iOS apps, or via installed cash-loading kiosks.”

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About GreenBox POS, LLC

GreenBox POS (“GRBX”) is a groundbreaking technology company that builds customized payment solutions for a multitude of industries. The company has developed the fastest and safest way to send and process money using Blockchain technology. The company was awarded 5 provisional patents for its technology. GreenBox POS develops the following main products: POS (Point of Sale software and hardware solutions); DEL (delivery app, APIs to POS and PAY); PAY (payment app, providing financial APIs to all other components); KIOSK (deposit, cash and E-wallet management). All products, services and custom hardware are available now from GRBX. GRBX is based in California with offices in Seattle, WA; Las Vegas, NV; Vancouver, BC, Canada; and HQ in San Diego, CA. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GreenBoxPOS.com

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