Founders of CoinCAS have 2 local businesses in a small town at Seville (Spain), which is called Casariche (hence the name CAS for the coin). They are also on the board of the provincial merchants association, made up of a lot of local commerces.The main interest is to sell more in local businesses, and now with Covid everything is very slow, so a reinvent is necesary.Years ago this website and a mobile APP were created, and when a customer bought in the shops of the town, he received points and with those points he could exchange them for gifts in the shops. The APP was not good enough and only a paper solution ended up being implemented: a paper card where shops put stamps and after 10 stamps customer had a gift.Now with the pandemic, the physical card is not a good idea, and since customers already use their mobile phone and QR code reader applications to read the restaurant menu, we have decided to resume the project. In addition, the idea may be used anywhere in the world, so a decentralized CAS token have been created.There are local businesses where implant it? Yes, most of the shops in town are going to use it. Can it be extended to other cities? Surely yes. Begin in a controlled environment is important and when everything work fine, it will be our use case.A lot of big new currencies with many resources, the best talent and expensive marketing are being created, but when we go down to the neighborhood the resources change. Nobody is thinking about very small businesses.
Before 2021: Idea
Now 2021: Token & APP
2022: World Coverage
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