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Filipino technology developer Tetrix launches “Tetrix Link” to digitize the exchange of contacts in corporate networks

Tetrix Link leverages Near Field Communication (NFC) technology found in mobile phones to allow users to easily share their information with just one click.

Powered by Filipino-led Blockchain Tetrix Network and Pitaka crypto wallet, Tetrix Link cardholders will be able to select and store their information, such as their personal details and relevant social media accounts, and share this data when they tap or hover their card on an NFC-enabled mobile device.

Felix Asuncion, co-founder and chief revenue officer of Tetrix Network, explains that “With Tetrix Link, you can share your data with your peers more easily and eliminate the need for multiple business cards since data from multiple assets is stored at the same time. inside the network.You can control what information to share and finally you would only need a link or a QR code to share it.


To use this feature, cardholders must download the latest version of the Pitaka mobile app. Then register on and fill in the necessary personal details and contact information in the dashboard. Once the card is purchased, receive an authentication code and use it to connect the dashboard to the Tetrix Link card. Finally, share this data by placing the card on an NFC-enabled device and not removing it until the information appears on the screen.

Tetrix Link recreates the way we use our physical wallets and will now allow us to secure other forms of self-custody data. All the data you’ll need to present is housed in a handy little card, and potential connections just tap the card on their NFC-enabled phones.

“Currently, we are testing it to support human resources information systems, health services and other use cases in hotels and restaurants, in addition to its use as a business card and card personal or corporate identity. We are also in talks with the local government to bring this technology to modernize their systems, Asuncion said.

Tetrix Link offers an easy-to-navigate user interface and relies solely on the blockchain. It can work like any ID card or key card. Eventually, it will also store critical data and other physical documents such as vaccine certificates and data in NFTs for specific use cases.

The card also has a scannable QR code in case their phone doesn’t support NFC. If there is no internet connection at the time of transfer, the recipient can simply bookmark the link and access it later. Soon, Tetrix Link will also allow users to access data offline.

The team is also launching the second version in which users can add their resume and a presentation about themselves and can also book their schedule or create a calendar when tapping the card on a compatible phone. NFC.

Future card updates aim to allow users to transfer and receive cryptocurrencies through the Pitaka wallet, receive benefits like with loyalty or rewards cards, and pay merchants and transportation.

All in all, what Tetrix aims to offer its customers is innovation and convenience. “Tetrix Link is not your ordinary business card. Unlike the traditional card, a Tetrix Link card would be enough to last a lifetime, Asuncion said.

“Imagine if there were so many professionals, HR personnel, C-level executives and even real estate brokers who print out a lot of paper business cards that more often than not get thrown away or misplaced within minutes of being distributed. With Tetrix Link everything is set up digitally and your details will be editable anytime, anywhere thanks to https://link.tetrix.xyzadded Asuncion.

Consumers can purchase Classic, Bamboo and Premium Tetrix Link cards at VIridian Technologies Inc. Store and its distribution partner Corner Vault PH on Facebook. They can also register for sale link for them to receive an email regarding the process on how they can benefit from the product. Currently, they are open for registration to get special offers for a limited time. Pricing would start from a lifetime subscription of $39.99 or around ₱2,000 for early adopters, but only include business card functionality with a Tetrix Link (NFC) card. Payment can be processed via GCash, wire transfer and cryptocurrencies or USDT via Tetrix Network’s Pitaka wallet address.