Storiqa looks to pick up the blockchain/e-commerce pace

Storiqa looks to pick up the blockchain/e-commerce pace

Using blockchain in e-commerce is a relatively new thing. But Russian startup, Storiqa, is aiming to push the market forwards by stripping away the uncertainty and inaccessibility that sometimes surrounds blockchain and cryptocurrencies.

In an interview with RTIH, Andrian Galkin, COO and Co-founder, Storiqa, observes that many of the big players are trying to implement blockchain and cryptocurrency into their operations, such as Amazon looking into partnerships with Ripple. “However, building blockchain into an existing platform is incredibly difficult and complex. Storiqa is in a uniquely advantageous situation where we’re catching the wave early, and we’re building a rock solid blockchain-based platform from the ground up,” he comments.

Elsewhere, he says that, by May 2019, his venture will have established a smoothly operating e-commerce marketplace. “We’ll be in full swing, with a large variety of goods available to buy using our fully functional multi-currency wallet, a happy customer base receiving high-quality products and any small producer able to sign up and tap into global sales with no difficulty and at low cost.”

Check out the full interview here.

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