A Staggering 1 Million Crypto QR Codes Generated at bitcoinqrcodemaker.com

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) • Litecoin (LTC) • Bitcoin SV (BSV) • Monero (XMR) Does the app have an API (application programming interface) that you can …

Bitcoin QR Code Maker Experiences Rapid Growth in the Crypto Space

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Bitcoin QR Code Maker Inc.

A Staggering 1 Million Crypto QR Codes Generated at bitcoinqrcodemaker.com

Bitcoin QR Code Maker Experiences Rapid Growth in the Crypto Space

Today, Bitcoin QR Code Maker, a cryptocurrency tool for creating custom stylized crypto QR codes announced that they have reached over 1 million generated QR codes for sending and receiving cryptocurrency by their users.

At bitcoinqrcodemaker.com converting a cryptocurrency wallet sending or receiving address into a QR code format is an easy way of making or receiving payments. Many cryptocurrency wallets and apps support the scanning of QR codes.

You can generate your crypto wallet QR code for scanning by entering a public wallet address into the field marked wallet address and press the generate your QR code button. Once generated you can then click the download your QR code button and save it for use on a website or send it to your friends.

Why use a Bitcoin QR code generator?

Bitcoin wallet addresses as well as other types of cryptocurrencies are made up of a series of letters and numbers that can be longer than 34 characters. This makes it very inconvenient to have to enter manually by hand each time you need to send or request a payment. So by using a Bitcoin QR code generator tool that long address can be turned into a QR code ready to scan quickly and easily.

What types of cryptocurrencies does Bitcoin QR Code Maker support for generating QR codes?

The following are the major cryptocurrencies their app currently supports.

• Bitcoin (BTC)

• Ethereum (ETH)

• Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

• Litecoin (LTC)

• Bitcoin SV (BSV)

• Monero (XMR)

Does the app have an API (application programming interface) that you can use?

Yes. Using their API, you can create QR code images yourself remotely on any website. They tried to make the API rather straightforward, even for beginners.

For more detailed documentation you can visit the Bitcoin API and widgets page.

Can you trust that your privacy is protected when using bitcoinqrcodemaker.com?

Bitcoin QR Code Maker assures that they respect your privacy. There are no logs or cookies on the platform. For further information about your privacy on their website visit the privacy policy page.

About Bitcoin QR Code Maker Inc.: Bitcoin QR Code Maker Inc. focuses on cryptocurrency related tools and dapps. With over 20 years programming experience they know a thing or two about creating clean and useful tools for their users.

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Marketing technology provider Aqilliz and telecoms giant MyRepublic create blockchain-based …

Aqilliz leveraged Zilliqa, the high-performance, high-security blockchain platform for the MyRewards mobile app in order to explore the feasibility of a …

Aqilliz, a technology company that specialises in blockchain-powered solutions for digital marketing, completed a loyalty programme pilot in partnership with multinational internet service and telecommunications provider, MyRepublic. Entitled MyRewards, the blockchain-based loyalty programme application was developed as part of the IMDA Blockchain Challenge which looks to explore the applications of blockchain to drive greater operational efficiency and business model innovation in the telecommunications sector.

As part of this pilot, post-paid MyRepublic subscribers received an invitation to download the MyRewards mobile application, available on both the Google Play and iOS app store. From February to April 2020, MyRepublic customers could earn points based on their monthly bill which could be redeemed at any of the company’s 19 retail outlets islandwide through an in-app QR code system. In addition, MyRepublic users also had the option of earning points by connecting to over 20,000 [email protected] hotspots islandwide at locations including shopping centres, libraries, community centres, and other public venues. MyRewards points could then be spent on in-app purchases for retail vouchers and other branded offers, rewarding consumers for their participation.

Lawrence Chan, Managing Director of MyRepublic Singapore, said: “Blockchain has enormous potential for unprecedented insights into consumer preferences, allowing us to not only see their go-to touchpoints, but also learn and adapt some of our strategies in user targeting. Our partnership with Aqilliz has been an incredibly valuable experience.”

Aqilliz leveraged Zilliqa, the high-performance, high-security blockchain platform for the MyRewards mobile app in order to explore the feasibility of a public blockchain network for a wide-scale application. When compared to traditional loyalty programmes, transaction costs can be significantly lowered with blockchain technology—a valuable benefit enabled by Zilliqa’s unique approach to transaction processing. These cost-savings and emphasis on supply chain transparency all simply serve to heighten the customer experience on the MyRewards app, as transactions take place in near-real time and programme owners benefit from a holistic, ongoing view of customer habits.

Gowthaman Ragothaman, CEO of Aqilliz, said: “While blockchain’s benefits may not be immediately apparent to everyday users, the less intrusive it is to the user experience, the better it is. For programme owners and merchants, MyRewards imparted clear benefits compared to existing loyalty programme infrastructures. With increased transparency, significant cost-savings, and the potential to deliver more value to their customers, we hope that brands can recognise that there is a viable future for blockchain as a technology that can shape the loyalty ecosystem for the better.”

Aqilliz looks to build a wider network of blockchain-based loyalty programmes that can function as one interoperable system, in order to increase the efficiency and utility of this widely-used customer engagement strategy.

About Aqilliz

Aqilliz is a technology company that specialises in building blockchain-based solutions for marketing. Founded by a team of advertising industry veterans, entrepreneurs, and experienced engineers, Aqilliz is driven by the vision of enabling a decentralised platform economy that mutually benefits brands, platforms, and consumers, underscored by privacy, provenance, and personalisation. Powered by Zilliqa’s high-performance, high-security blockchain platform, Aqilliz provides technology solutions that transform processes, secure the privacy of data, remove fraud, and engineer valued outcomes.

For more information, visit aqilliz.com

About MyRepublic

One of the fastest growing telecom operators in the Asia-Pacific, MyRepublic has operations across Singapore, New Zealand, and Australia, and is set to expand further into the region.

Our vision is to be the world’s largest enabler of deep, meaningful and trusted relationships between customers and products through a highly scalable connectivity franchise model.

With our uniquely scalable and centralised framework enabling the seamless delivery of layered services, MyRepublic has become a leader in the digital transformation for the telecom sector, one that is set to play out over the next decade in one of the most exciting regions of the world.

New offerings bolster GCash

Most fintech [financial technology] companies in the Philippines battle for the most convenient products, but it is high time for everyone to start talking …

New offerings bolster GCash

September 15, 2019

GCASH, an electronic-cash services provider backed by Globe Telecom Inc., continues to expand its reach in the local cashless economy by introducing new services to attract more users.

In this regard, GCash recently expanded its partnership with Puregold Price Club Inc. to allow its users to load their account via a barcode in all the listed supermarket operator’s branches.

“You put the amount that you want on the GCash app, then we generate the barcode and you [hand over] your cash and it’s done,” Globe President and Chief Executive Officer Ernest Cu said at the service’s launch in Taguig City on Tuesday.

For his part, Puregold President Vincent Co said there were 65 Puregold stores — out of 354 across the country as of 2018 — with exclusive lanes for GCash.

The e-wallet is operated by Mynt, which is a partnership between Globe, its parent firm Ayala Corp., and Ant Financial.

“Puregold and GCash have been longtime partners in providing useful innovations to Filipinos. By tapping Puregold checkout counters as cash-in points, we encourage more people to discover and enjoy the convenience of going cashless,” Fred Levy, Mynt’s chief commercial officer for transfers, said in a statement.

On Wednesday, GCash also unveiled its Customer Protect program that offers up to P100,000 as compensation for unauthorized financial transactions using GCash on the Messenger or GCash Mastercard platforms.

“It’s actually elevating the financial landscape. Most fintech [financial technology] companies in the Philippines battle for the most convenient products, but it is high time for everyone to start talking about security. If you are able to provide this platform you should be able to back it up and protect users, as well,” GCash Risk Policy Lead

Louie Miguel Santos said.

Beware, Bitcoin QR Generator Scammers on the Loose, Warns Researchers

Researchers from ZenGo, a cryptocurrency wallet provider, published a worrying report late last month claiming that there are, in fact, a plethora of …

Next time you plan on using one of those Bitcoin QR generator websites to simplify your cryptocurrency transactions, just take a moment to verify its authenticity first. Chances are you’re about to fall prey to a scam.

Researchers from ZenGo, a cryptocurrency wallet provider, published a worrying report late last month claiming that there are, in fact, a plethora of fake Bitcoin QR scam generating websites out there ripping unsuspecting users of their precious Bitcoins.

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4 of the top-5 Bitcoin QR Generators on Google Are Fake

This is perhaps the most alarming bit to have come out of the report as the researchers found that four out of the top-five search results against the keyword “Bitcoin QR Generator” turned out to be scams.

For the uninitiated, a Quick Response code — or simply QR code — is a type of matrix barcode commonly used for storing data in a machine-readable optical label. These codes come handy in Bitcoin transactions by enabling users to quickly generate a QR code for their Bitcoin wallet and share it with the payer. This is much more time-efficient and less error-prone as compared to having to manually type a complicated wallet address.

The scam highlighted by the ZenGo researchers in their Aug 29 report is simple yet highly effective. It generates a QR code at the request of the unsuspecting victim without displaying any suspicious behavior whatsoever.

However, the QR code thus generated links itself to the scammer’s Bitcoin wallet instead of the victim’s, which means any payment made using the QR code shared by the victim is actually deposited in the wallet of the scammer.

Security researcher and ZenGo co-founder Tal Be’ery added:

“[..]the scammers do not even bother with generating their fake QR themselves, instead they shamelessly call a blockchain explorer API [..] to generate the QR for their address.”

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Just How Successful Are These Scammers?

The ZenGo research team studied the Bitcoin public addresses associated with these scam QR generating sites and found that they have collectively duped people of Bitcoin worth about $20,000.

One of these addresses saw 21 transactions over the course of two months, accumulating 0.58 BTC in that period.

The researchers, however, say that this could be just the tip of the iceberg as the scam is likely to be far more menacing considering that scammers probably periodically switch to different wallets to avoid raising suspicion.

Some of these scam websites also walk the extra mile to avoid detection just in case the victim becomes suspicious. For example, Tal Be’ery noted that a few of these scammers copied their own wallet address to the victim’s clipboard.

“[..] If victims verify the QR code by pasting the value in the clipboard, thinking it’s the address they previously copied to get a QR for, it will match.”

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How to Stay Safe From Bitcoin QR Generator Scams?

To steer clear of these scammers, ZenGo advises users to stick to only trusted websites to generate their Bitcoin wallet QR codes (instead of using random sites found on Google search).

Besides, users are advised to verify the newly generated QR code using a wallet app before sharing it with peers. For added protection, ZenGo also recommends using a trusted Threat Intelligence Service to avoid questionable websites and services.

What about you, though? Did you ever come across any scammy services that tried duping you of your Bitcoin stash? If you did, share your experience in the comments below along with any advice you might have for fellow users.


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The Barcode: What people REALLY think of Plymouth’s mega new leisure complex

The Barcode, Plymouth’s newest leisure complex, will have a Cineworld cinema with IMAX screen, Paradise Island Adventure Golf course and a …

With the Barcode set to open next month, Plymouth people have been sharing their views on what they think of the building and what they expect from the new development.

The Barcode, Plymouth’s newest leisure complex, will have a Cineworld cinema with IMAX screen, Paradise Island Adventure Golf course and a variety of restaurants.

While many local people are excited for the development, saying it will ‘modernise’ the area and give us more things to do in the city centre, others are disappointed in its appearance and question whether the development is really aimed at local people.

We asked local people what they thought.

Find out what Plymouth people REALLY think of the Barcode in the video above

‘It’s excellent’

Local man Keith Oxenham is looking forward to the new development and thinks it will update and modernise the area.

He said: “It’s excellent, it’s modern, it will be nice.”

Plymouth Live asked local people what they think of the new development ahead of its opening Pictured: Keith Oxenham (Image: Penny Cross / Plymouth Live)

“It’s a good idea, an upgrade, you can’t have the old stuff, this is excellent,” he added.

‘It’ll keep kids off the streets’

Kyle White, 23, from Plymouth, thinks the Barcode will keep children off the street and give young people something to do.

Kyle said: “It’ll be a good thing, it’ll keep trouble off the streets, it’ll keep kids off the streets.”

Plymouth Live asked local people what they think of the new Barcode development. Pictured: Kyle White (Image: Penny Cross / Plymouth Live)

Kyle says he’s mostly looking forward to the cinema. He said: “It’ll be a better cinema, hopefully not as expensive as the other one.”

Not everybody is impressed, though.

Susan Stoker, from Plymouth, likes that there is different architecture around the city, but doesn’t think the Barcode is designed for local people.

Susan said: “I really like the different architecture in the city. I don’t have a problem with this architecture, I like the juxtaposition of the whole thing. However, in these particular times of austerity, I don’t think they [Plymouth City Council and the developers] have thought about local people.

Plymouth Live find out what people think of the new development ahead of its opening. Pictured: Susan Stoker and Lesley Chrysanthou (Image: Penny Cross / Plymouth Live)

“It’s for business and money-making. It’s not giving something to the city.”

Susan also questioned how long the development would remain popular – and remain open – and suggested the money spent could have been spent elsewhere.

She said: “I don’t think it’s going to benefit the people of Plymouth. It’s a very poor city, it won’t be for the people of Plymouth. [The money should be spent on] an airport [that] would benefit the city.”

Lesley Chrysanthou added: “I think it’s ugly, it’s off-putting, it’s not in harmony with the rest of the city.”

Dan Lee, 23, from Wadebridge doesn’t think he’ll visit the Barcode.

Plymouth Live find out what people think of the new development ahead of its opening. Pictured: Dan Lee from Wadebridge. (Image: Penny Cross / Plymouth Live)

He said: “I prefer an old-school cinema, with old-school seats in a nice old building, Wadebridge Cinema is really good for that.

“These new cinemas are alright, the picture and all of that is really good and the sound quality is really good.”

The Barcode will open next month next to Drake Circus in Plymouth City Centre.

To find out more click here.