A blockchain-based payment protocol
Payment Mining - a completely new paradigm of payment
Many Blockchain projects have presented a vision of pioneering the payment market through cryptocurrency payments. Cryptocurrency, however, is still difficult to use as a payment method because price volatility is high and affiliates and users are not motivated to participate.
TENA is a payment protocol that pays in flat currency and both the affiliate and customer are compensated with TENA coins. Payment mining expands people's use of payment as well as facilitating payment behavior. As the number of payment participants increases, TENA prices also become more stable, providing their value as money.
A payment market created by users
Customers and merchants alike are rewarded with TENA tokens for using mobile payment apps under TENA Protocol.
Until now, payment platforms have been the sole party to receive the benefits as their users increase. TENA Protocol, on the contrary, shares these benefits with the participants.
Customers simply register a credit card and make QR code payments, the same way they would have on other mobile payment apps. In addition to credit, debit and cryptocurrency payments are supported as well.
An ecosystem based on voluntary participation
TENA develops the technology necessary for payment services to adopt the protocol and issues tokens through the market participants.
When customers and merchants participate in transactions, they receive TENA tokens as a reward.
The reward structure makes it possible for people to voluntarily participate in the ecosystem, allowing for large scale participation. This results in a virtuous cycle where as the number of participants increase, the value of the token increases as well.
TENA becomes widespread through the repetition of inflows, circulation, and outflows from payment participants and token trades.
This circulation structure further raises the value of the TENA tokens owned by the participants.
Price in ICO
Private Sale(18.09.01~) 25% discount/ 9 months Lockup