Asia’s first Pakistani hospital to accept digital currency Pakcoin
Bitcoin is successfully running on internet since years as a payment system over internet. It allows direct contact of the two parties without the interference if any third party for money transaction that makes it safest and convenient way of transaction.
The Bitcoin has gained popularity and is used by several countries but it is still not introduced in Pakistan. It is no farther when it will be launched in Pakistan because a hospital in Islamabad plans to launch PakCoin- kind of cryptocurrency.
Asia’s first Surgical Hospital Accepting CryptoCurrency:
Since 2015, Abid Hospital has been one of the major Hospitals of Islamabad that provides its services 24/7. It is now becoming the first hospital to accept the digital currency in Asia.
The hospital that is located in Blue Area also offer a discount of 20% for all those who pay via BitCoins.
“They provide charity based health facilities up to limited extent for deserving patients.”
Following companies are also on their services panel:
1) ZTBL (Zeri Taraqiyati Bank Limited), 2) EFU (Allianz)
3) PEC (Pakistan Engineering Council) 4) Sabro.
To make transaction easy and free of risk the PakCoin is going to be introduced.
This is going to be Pakistan’s first ever digital currency Pakcoin that will bring great revolution in technology and development in Pakistan.
Through mining these PakCoins will be created and would come in market. Pakistan has a permit to create 182 Million PakCoins.
According to a news 10% of the coins have been Pre-mined.
“150,000 Pakistanis will receive 50 Pakcoins for free.”
CoinMarketCap says that one PakCoin is equal to $0.001033. Further elaboration says that if the current dollar rates are considered than the 50 PakCoins make Rs. 5.41/- only.