#CryptoCorner: Softbank’s SBC Wallet Card to Feature Built-in Blockchain Wallet, Cisco (NasdaqGS: CSCO) Approved for Blockchain Platform Patent, South Africa’s Central Bank to Impose New Regulation on Crypto

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#CryptoCorner: Softbank’s SBC Wallet Card to Feature Built-in Blockchain Wallet, Cisco (NasdaqGS: CSCO) Approved for Blockchain Platform Patent, South Africa’s Central Bank to Impose New Regulation on Crypto

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Softbank (TYO:9984) has announced the SBC Wallet Card (Softbank Card 3.0), a debit card featuring its own encryption system and built-in blockchain wallet. The press release emphasizes the user-friendliness of the card, indicating that users can switch between fiat and digital currency with simple left and right buttons. The press release further boasts that “the legal currency storage function, credit card function and electronic payment service eliminate the time for block confirmation and realize the function of timely redemption and payment”. Softbank’s SBC Project Leader commented:

“We are not doing simple cards, but are creating a flexible and faster life of the application scene and the future of payment integration. The SBC we built does not close to other encryption cards. You’ll know the black technology only after you used it.”

CoinDesk reports that Cisco (NasdaqGS:CSCO) has won a patent for a “blockchain platform that can be natively integrated in wireless networks”….

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