Karmacoin has announced a new service that will allow Twitter users to send tips to other users.
The new service will enable Twitter users to seamlessly gift Karmacoin, a digital currency which has grown in popularity since its launch in February, by typing a simple command into their Twitter boxes.
“We will soon be announcing a pilot program for SMEs, retail shops, and schools to take advantage of these reward mechanisms using their own platforms. This is only the beginning of a future where online tipping is more fully integrated into the social experience. It can lead to more engagement and a higher level of quality content for everyone,” said Tony Sorel, Director of Karmacoin.
“Our technology being used on one of the internet’s biggest platforms is a substantial step forward in our effort for Karma Rewards to become synonymous with both online and offline reward programs, we will soon be announcing a pilot program for SMEs, retail shops, and schools to take advantage of these reward mechanisms using their own platforms.” Added Mr Sorel.
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