The added brands will unveil exclusive product offerings in the platform throughout June and July.
Liven has announced that it added the following restaurants to its dining rewards network: Eat8Bit, Gelato Messina, Biggie Smalls, Gong-Cha, White Mojo, Fishbowl and Maha.
The seven new restaurants will allow customers across Sydney and Melbourne to get up to 25% of their bill back in the platform’s native currency LivenCash by dining and paying through the Liven app.
Each restaurant will also release exclusive product offerings and brand activations for the app throughout June and July. This will coincide with Liven’s public sale for Livencoin, its new cryptocurrency for food.
“We’re thrilled to have seven of Australia’s highest-calibre merchants joining the Liven platform as launch partners for our world-first digital currency for food. After implementation in the coming months, Liven users will be able to use our cryptocurrency to buy food and receive rewards not just at our launch partners but across our network of over 1,000 leading restaurants, cafes, and bars in Sydney and Melbourne,” Liven co-founder William Wong said.
Gelato Messina shares their eagerness to utilise this new payment option.
“We’re excited to give Liven’s 200,000-strong userbase the ability to pay via the Liven app in our stores in Sydney and Melbourne. We’re intrigued and extremely excited by what Liven is doing in the food and crypto space and hoping it’s going to be an additional way we can reward our customers in an interesting way,” Gelato Messina co-owner Declan Lee said.
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