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Lunu Terminal

We love the Lunu Terminal part of a revolutionary processing service that allows customers to spend their cryptocurrencies immediately as local currency at the point of sale in retail transactions without expensive exchange commissions.

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“Presence of Beauty is extremely important in everyday life as it creates these micromoments of pleasure and happiness bursting here and there and making even a dull day full of color. Unfortunately, way too often this emotional aesthetic approach is completely forgotten when dealing with financial transactions. To the pain of parting with your money adds a very boring, dry, ugly experience. That is what we wanted to change with Lunu, creating this unique tactile payment terminal in a variety of colors and finishes to make even a regular transaction into a little sensual feast”

Vadim Grigoryan Chief Marketing Officer.

Photo ©Andrea Pattaro/Vision

Lunu seen at Territorial Agency: Oceans in Transformation through to 29th November 2020 at visit www.ocean-space.org Curated by Daniela Zyman Commissioned TBA21–Academy and co-produced with Luma Foundation
Donate to help support TBA21-Academy’s vision of a healthy Oceanvia using Lunu PayHERE




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