If the currency we use one day comes from a brand rather than a government, consumers can fully enjoy the experience of anonymous shopping, and they will no longer receive a large number of advertisements of the same category because they buy a certain product, nor Will be taxed by the government again, will this be the fuBut before that, do we really know how to issue coins? Why are brands creating their own virtual currency? How many technical resources do you need to know about the operation principles of virtual currency, talents with blockchain expertise? BAYC-1-1-1536x636 Retrieved from OpenSea "Boring Ape" series of NFTs Issuing coins is not just writing a few lines of code and making a smart contract, but also requires more comprehensive planning and professional technical knowledge.
Why issue coins? For brands, the biggest purpose of issuing tokens is to use tokens to build and expand the influence and loyalty of existing Special Database communities. The ultimate goal is to allow brands to break through the original circle and allow more consumers outside the circle, such as Other brands as well as KOLs take notice, increasing brand awareness. And a successful example is actually by your side, the FamilyMart convenience store. It must have been surprising at first. What does the whole family have to do with issuing coins? In fact, the so-called tokens do not necessarily have the name of any currency. The "bonus points" they get every time they spend with the whole family are their "tokens".
I believe that many people do not know what the points can be exchanged for, and sometimes they are too lazy to call to accumulate points, or accumulate points, but do not download the app to use those points. It may be nothing to consumers, but it is a big problem for the project side. Points issued but not taken seriously, accumulated and not used, is equivalent to the project party issued coins, but the transaction volumePP earlier than 711, and the stock price also surpassed the unity on August 21, 2020, becoming the first place in the supermarket category in Taiwan. Rega