TRON-powered POPPY to Reach Half Hard Cap Soon!
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TRON-powered POPPY to Reach Half Hard Cap Soon!

The TRON-powered payment processor, POPPY would soon be reaching half of its hard cap.

POPPY has already reached 41 percent of its hard cap on SEEDGerminator, the seeding platform created by the TRON Super Representative Sesameseed. The project has been accepted by the community whole-heartedly—so much that it reached its soft cap of 500,000 SEED in less than a day!

Also Read: TRON-based Poppy Beats Soft Cap in Under a Day!

As a Point of Sale (POS) system with an integrated TRON payment processing system, it leverages its robust POS system which has the functionalities of Clover POS for fully integrating retail sales with the blockchain functionality of the network.

Sesameseed talked about in a Medium blog:

“Poppy will provide its customers an easy to implement Tron payment integration on the Clover POS platform. Enabling customers to purchase items in TRX or basic Tron tokens at the retail will provide the customer a more robust experience will significantly reducing the transaction fee’s of traditional credit based payment methods. Seamless in-store and online ordering for clients, and a minimal barrier to entry for vendors will immediately open tron to hundreds of thousands of retailers.”

About TronCard, this is what the blog had to say:

“Leveraging the Tron blockchain, customers will enjoy the same retail experience they are used to, with the added benefit of accepting TRX and Tron Tokens. The point of sale will allow retail purchases utilizing Tron across a variety of methods including a Tron wallet, Tron style Card “TronCard” or the Seedit platform and application. Seedit opens Poppy to social media by allowing twitter, telegram, Reddit and other platforms to act as viable payment methods.”

Discussing the community and the market impact, the blog went on to say:

“By allowing seamless integration with the Tron blockchain, Poppy will enable customers to interact with retail in ways that do not currently exist in POS platforms today.
In addition to traditional payment methods (Visa/MasterCard/Cash), retail customers will be able to purchase goods and services by utilizing the blockchain in several ways including Social Media and the Seedit platform, Tron wallet transfers and the Poppy “TronCard”.”

Further explaining that the blog says:

“Utilizing Poppy, a customer vendor relationship can bridge the point of sale and social media divide. Vendors may interface with their community by leveraging Seedit to provide discounts; complimentary items, “gift cards” and rewards on the blockchain, always visible to the POS.
The open nature of the distributed ledger facilitates an environment in which Vendor and Customer anonymity is possible, while still allowing vendors to reward loyal customers.”

Speaking about its benefits for the greater TRON community, the blog says:

“The greater Tron community will have a truly interactive ecosystem in which to use TRX and Tron based tokens in ways no other cryptocurrency can offer today. The utility of the Tron Network can potentially offer a more robust use case in retail than other blockchains by leveraging social media channels and anonymous customer data mining on a fast, inexpensive network.”

Shedding light on its functionality, the blog says:

“Poppy is designed to utilize TRX and other Tron based Tokens with additional Visa, MasterCard and Cash support to offer diverse functionality in terms of its payment and redemption platform.
Customers will be able to utilize TRX from a Tron wallet, TronCard or over the Seedit application to purchase goods and services through the Poppy platform.”

The project is, without a doubt, an interesting one. It is expected that it would soon hit the hard cap given how quickly the project is being funded by the community.

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Syed Ali Mudassar
It was when he was pursuing his graduation in Computer Science that he found his flair for writing about new and existing technologies. He likes researching about technologies and how they could help people. Currently, he works as the Content Manager at CoinFrenzy, a leading blockchain news, and media publication website.