Three billboards are scheduled to go up across the country tomorrow in a bid to get the message out that the blockchain is not just a buzzword, but a viable business model for the Internet of Things.
Palo G billboard is the largest in the country, and is located at the intersection of Highway 101 and I-20 in Santa Clara, California.
The billboard features three large images, each representing the blockchain.
Each of the three images represents one of the coins used for the programmable chip, which will be used for transactions.
The largest billboard in the world will have a total of 1,700,000 coins in circulation.
The billboard is scheduled to be live for about 10 minutes.
Pablo Pineda, CEO of iPogo, one of three businesses that will be using the blockchain for their billboard, said in a statement: “As we announced earlier this month, iPogo will use the Blockchain as our currency, and we plan to offer more blockchain solutions in the future.
This is an exciting time for the Blockchain, which has the potential to revolutionize the way commerce is conducted.”
Palo is one of two businesses that are partnering with The Ledger Project to use the blockchain as a means of commerce.
The Ledgers will be the first digital currency startup to use blockchain to create a payment system, according to the Ledger project.
The company said in its statement that the partnership will allow the company to “transform the way we think about money and how we transact in the global economy.”
It will also be the second such partnership between two digital currency startups.
A blockchain platform that operates for bitcoin and ethereum, as well as a Bitcoin payment processor, will use a blockchain for payments.
The company said the partnership was made possible by the Bitcoin Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that supports Bitcoin and blockchain projects.
The first collaboration between a digital currency and a payment processor came in 2014, when Coinomi partnered with the Bitcoin payment processors Bitpay and Coinbase to create the payment platform, which was later acquired by PayPal.