Future customers are online right now interacting and sharing their interests through communities and social circles inside the games they play and websites they love. Getting customers engaged through social media challenges will keep the excitement for your brand alive and give you a new way to move forward.
With Award Pool, users participate in challenges and competitions to earn points, prizes, and customizable Non-Fungible Token (NFT) rewards through an easy-to-use platform.
For Brands & Content Creators
Engage, educate & reward your fans
Have users share thier experiences
Grow your social media presence
Integrated into your existing site
Create a competitive atmosphere with in-game competitions and challenges
Collect payments and donations
Award users with custom NFT rewards
For Consumers & Fans
Fun and competetive atmosphere
Ongoing games and challenges
Connect with unique content creators
Redeem rewards, NFT and experiences
Matchmaking and leaderboards
Ability to share ideas and experiences with your favorite brands and creators
There are lots of ways to support your charitable foundation through social media and online tactics. If you have the budget, you could hire an Influencer to promote your charity on TikTok or Twitch. If the sky’s the limit, you could sponsor a concert in Fortnite. However, for the average not-for-profit organization, the advertising budget is slim, and word of mouth is the most important marketing tool.
Today, Award Pool, a platform that provides companies with a unique way to engage their audience with custom made challenges and customizable Non-Fungible Token (NFT) rewards, announced its partnership with Celo, an open-source blockchain ecosystem focused on making decentralized financial (DeFi) systems and tools accessible to anyone with a smartphone.
Do you know what to do with a non-fungible token (NFT)? Depending on what the token represents, you can do a lot of things! With these unique tokens, the data related to the asset owned (the token) is stored on the blockchain. The data for the token itself could be saved on a server or remote computer.