Apr 3, 2018
Over 2 million inmates housed in this country's prisons make purchases with a financial system that has not always worked as designed. In 2014, ConCoin (acquired by CellBlocks in 2017) was developed as an effective alternative to a quickly failing financial network. State and federal inmates needed a payment system that was secure, fast, and efficient. With CellBlocks, inmates will be able to receive and spend their tokens. These tokens represents a limited right of use on the CellBlocks network.
Q1 2019 any beyond
Q1 2019 and Beyond
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