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Liven: crypto-based rewards for Aussie diners

There’s plenty to dissuade people from using reward schemes – whether it’s forgetting one’s card at home or not wanting to pull out a discount coupon in front of a date. With the help of its own cryptocurrency, Liven helps Aussies seamlessly save when they’re dining at their favourite restaurants.

Location Australia

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Reward programmes have helped brands build loyalty for decades, but there’s plenty to dissuade people from using them – whether that’s forgetting one’s card at home or not wanting to pull out a discount coupon in front of a date. With the help of its own cryptocurrency, Liven helps Aussies seamlessly save money when they’re dining at their favourite restaurants, and makes it easier to discover new places and book tables along the way.

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