The INCNT coin has started an initiative for rewarding its customers in Australia, and they have been able to attract brands such as Europcar and Samsung, they are the very first adopters of the concept.
It is said that the platform has been able to get over 300 retailers to sign up for the loyalty program that has just been launched in Australia. Where the members of the platform will be getting their payment in the crypto coin.
This idea was brought about by Incent loyalty which is a startup company that is based in Sydney, and in turn, it has been able to bring its own coin, the INCNT. The coin is also designed to allow the users to use it in purchasing items online.
Big Brands Attracted To The Platform
The brands you should expect to see signed up on the platform scheme are Contiki, Samsung, Catch.com, and Europcar. As a member of the loyalty scheme, depending on the retailer you purchase items from, you are able to earn from 0.5% to about 20% of their current purchase back in INCNT. But with how things are looking it is more likely your earnings will swing more towards the 0.5% than the 20% offer.
The INCNT will be launching its earnest later on this year; once it has been launched it will be made available to work as a reward for the in-store purchases. For this to be successful, the members of the loyalty scheme will be expected to link up their bank card straight to the INCNT cryptocurrency account to ensure they get the rewards they have earned credited smoothly.
But this is not all as the members will also be able to earn the INCNT by just reading specific articles or even just been asked to watch certain videos, it is indeed a rewarding scheme you should be a part of. But it is important to note that the program is still in beta, this is according to the company website, but it appears that it is up and running offering the said rewards, but peruse their site to find out more.