The common consumer is losing trust in the thousands of loyalty and reward programs offered by lots of different providers. Personal data is sold and shared, consumer behavior is fully tracked and the reward is not a real asset. Therefore, PAYSURA will develop a self-regulated uniform reward system that is available worldwide, based on state-of-the-art blockchain technology. PAYSURA wants to remove plastic cards, the collected rewards will not expire, and no customer data will be sold or shared.
Using a blockchain will allow a significant cost reduction, which will make it possible to reward customers with a large portion of IPC after the purchase of a product or service. Additionally, every IPC owner will be able to share his collected reward with family, friends or any other person worldwide. PAYSURA wants to develop a reward pool where collected IPC can be exchanged for items such as smartphones, TVs, or other community-driven products.
“Our vision is to provide the world’s leading customer gratification system. For every money transaction that is made for a service or product, the reward should be in IPC.” – Umair Zaffar, Founder & CEO of PAYSURA.
Since IPC will be an ERC-20 Token, an Ethereum wallet can be used to save the collected IPC. This will also make it possible to trade IPC with other Altcoins.
PAYSURA – International PayReward Coin. Crowdsale starting on 03.03.2018. (Frankfurt, Germany, January 29, 2018).PAYSURA – PAYSURA will offer the International PayReward Coin (IPC) as a reward Coin based on the Ethereum Blockchain.
Today PAYSURA is announcing the Initial Coin Offering (ICO) of IPC on 3rd March 2018. There will be a limit of 440 000 000 IPC.
264 000 000 IPC will be offered through the crowdsale while 125 000 000 IPC will be available as rewards. In total, 85% of all IPC will be reserved for the community.
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