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article thumbnail Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Loyalty and rewards as a blockchain testing ground
Loyalty Magazine explores recent initiatives using blockchain today, and points out a strong trend to use loyalty programmes and rewards as a testing ground for other enterprise wide initiatives. And then there are cryptocurrencies. The caution to go forth with care may come to mind, if you read the article on the growing numbers entering the crypto-graveyard. Featured:

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Experiential loyalty superceding wine clubs

California offerings range from your own barrel to a home dinner
US wineries are re-evaluating their loyalty offering, and moving away from the wine club and its order by the case proposition.

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article thumbnail Features - BlockchainTuesday, 30 October 2018

Loyalty cryptocurrency wants to disrupt the existing order
Expansion into major world markets with blockchain
Too many loyalty programmes chasing the same customers is an argument put forward for the huge interest in marketplaces. Add blockchain into the equation to deal with the infrastructure functionality and security, plus a cryptocurrency to add consumer excitement and a hint of gamification and some are arguing that this has the potential to disrupt the loyalty business.
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article thumbnail Features - BlockchainTuesday, 30 October 2018

Loyalty cryptocurrency wants to disrupt the existing order
Expansion into major world markets with blockchain
Too many loyalty programmes chasing the same customers is an argument put forward for the huge interest in marketplaces. Add blockchain into the equation to deal with the infrastructure functionality and security, plus a cryptocurrency to add consumer excitement and a hint of gamification and some are arguing that this has the potential to disrupt the loyalty business.
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