Cardano Launches First Telemedicine App

Citaldoc, one of the dominant telemedicine applications on the Latin American market with over 650,000 potential patiens, shares the details of Cardano testing in its design.

Citaldoc is testing Cardano as payment method

As per a statement shared by the Citaldoc team on its main Twitter account, the platform started testing Cardano’s first token, ADA, for its telemedicine services’ payment module.

The Cardano (ADA) testing network has successfully processed a test transaction for 10,000 ADA. A little 0.0017% fee was added to the transaction. Representatives of Citaldoc emphasized that this milestone is “emotional” for them because crypto integration is crucial for Citaldoc’s accessibility to both current and prospective customers.

Cardano (ADA) is placing a large wager on the region. Card users may easily buy cryptocurrency in this area thanks to Binance’s new collaborations in the area.

With Binance Card, Shiba Inu Coin (SHIB), Cardano (ADA) and dozens of other tokens are available for fiat purchasing in the LatAm region.

Adoption of telemedicine to receive $1,000,000 from ADA

On Cardano’s community-driven incubator Project Catalyst, the idea to merge its native token, ADA, and its first stablecoin asset, Djed (DJED), in telemedicine in the Help2Health project is among the most well-liked. According to representatives of Citaldoc, the next stage of cryptocurrency use in telemedicine will be supported by $1,000,000 in ADA tokens.

By the time of publication, Citaldoc, one of the top businesses in LatAm’s healthcare sector, provided its services to over 100,000 clients in the e-health, telemedicine, and pharmaceutical industries.

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