He studied Electronics and Communications Engineering in the University of the East, Philippine from June 1982 to October 1984. He obtained a degree in General Studies at the José Rizal University, Philippines in march 1982.
He has over thirty years of experience in Leadership, Systems analysis, Customer relationship management (Crm), E-commerce, Information technology, Banking, Payment Solutions, Information Security, Requirements Analysis, Solutions Architecture, Public Speaking, Linux, Vienna Advantage Erp and Crm, Digital Transformation, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Pci Dss, ITIL, Head of Operations, User Experience, Internet Banking Solution, Hotel It Management, Analysis and Design, Payment Gateway, Opera PMS, Application Integration, Online Payment Solutions where he has successfully created unified platforms for card payments and value-added services.
Prior to Swipe, Niduaza served as Chief Technology Officer at a logistics company in Singapore, where he led the transformation of the organization's core system and expanded support for specific business requirements using the Software as a service model.
Swipe crypto Wallet is designed to require SwipeCrypto Tokens (SXP) to perform all the functions and usefulness of a digital wallet, including for use in services and for withdrawals. Swipe Wallet users can buy, sell and pay with their cryptocurrencies to fiat directly in the wallet app.
Users can also purchase gift cards and instantly exchange between all supported assets. Users can use their SXP tokens at launch, and there are also tiered benefits based on SXP with a wallet. All Swipe Wallet users require one SXP deposit to activate and use on-chain features based on a verified Smart Wallet contract. SXP would later be used to secure the Swipe network.
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Users can use their SXP tokens upon launching, and there are also tiered benefits based on the SXP holding on the Wallet Contract. All Swipe Wallet users require a one (1) SXP deposit to activate and utilize on-chain functions based on an audited Smart Wallet-Contract. The protocol has been designed and built on Ethereum and destroys 80% of network and transaction fees, while 20% of the fees are retained by the company. SXP will be later used to secure the Swipe Network
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