Today I got the chance to interview Hector and Maria, the co-founders of BRAVO. They are two of the most passionate people I have met in this space! In this interview we talk about their backstory, how BRAVO started, and where it is today.

The company was founded in 2014 by TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield Alumni, Maria Luna, MBA and Dr. Hector Rodriguez. Hector is a physician with a background in research and technology while Maria holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Texas in Austin. Together, they have launched several startup businesses in technology, marketing and the medical field.

The BRAVO beta version was recently featured on ABC’s Shark Tank in November 2017 where BRAVO landed a deal on the show.

BRAVO’s successful beta test and deployment is due to their community integration into the feedback process and encouragement of members and users to assist in creating the optimal payment solution for everyone. The next milestone for BRAVO was to integrate these payments onto the blockchain to create a truly secure payment solution, the BVO token and ecosystem.

The BRAVO blockchain and BVO token project started in early 2017 driven by our team of engineers and will be ready for consumer use in Q2-2019.

Learn more about BRAVO and their upcoming ICO!

Whitepaper – https://bvo.trybravo.com/BRAVO_Whitepaper_V1.pdf

Website – https://bvo.trybravo.com/

Sign up for the BVO airdrop fueled by RFR – http://bvo.trybravo.com/?refer=94435

Telegram – https://t.me/BRAVOPay

*DISCLOSURE*
I have been working with the BRAVO team over the past 10 weeks & this interview is sponsored by BRAVO

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