Wulet is a true discovery for someone like me, an untreatable shopping addict. I have even lost count of all loyalty programs I partake in, as well as all these bonus points, gift certificates and so on. Being able to organize them in one place and even trade some of the points is a great solution for me. I wasn’t interested in crypto that much before, but I think that Wulet deserves a modest investment from me.
Hannah June 21, 2019 Reply
I have been using the test version of Wulet’s dApp for several days and it appears to be really promising. Certainly, the list of brands is still very limited - I only managed to play around with loyalty points from Nike and GoPro - and it has minor bugs here and there, but on the whole, the experience was quite satisfying. The idea of providing users with an opportunity to exchange loyalty points is brilliant, especially for shopaholics like me. I have tons of point and gift cards which would just have gone to waste, but thanks to Wulet, I hope to put them to good use.
Jonathan June 11, 2019 Reply
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