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Reewardio Loyalty Platform Putting ENJ NFT Items to Work – Real Use Case



Reewardio is a new loyalty platform from Kriptomat crypto exchange. It allows stores to offer ENJ-backed NFT rewards to loyal shoppers.

We first reported on this platform back in August. But it has now been expanded, and a new demo is available.

This article will explain everything we know so far about the Reewardio platform. We’ll explore how the Reeward.io Commerce Store works, ENJ hunt wheel, tokenized discounts, roadmap, and more.

If you’ve wondered what Reewardio is and how it works, read on to find out.

Current Reewardio features

Reewardio is currently available in “beta demo” form. Only a few features are available right now. But more will be rolled out in 2020.

Here are the features of Reewardio that are available now.

Reeward.io Commerce Store

reeward.io commerce store

The Reeward.io Commerce Store is up and running. Users can purchase loot crates that contain Rio currency and collectibles. They can also craft discounts and apply them to the store, as well use the ENJ hunt wheel and other platform features.

Gleam and Givelab rewards

The developer of Reewardio claims that some items are being given away on other popular rewards sites such as Gleam and Givelab.

ENJ hunt wheel

enj hunt wheel

If a user manages to get his hands on some Rio currency, he can spend it to spin the ENJ hunt wheel. This may result in ENJ Hunt token prizes.

There are 6 different ENJ Hunt tokens available. If a user collects all 6, he can craft an ENJ Ingot made from 1,000 ENJ (approx. US$84 worth).

Tokenized discounts

Users can spend Rio to create discounts. Currently, these discounts can only be applied to Reewardio loot crates. More discount types are planned for the future.

ENJ wallet withdrawals

enjin wallet withdrawals

Purchasing Reewardio loot crates does not require a cryptocurrency wallet. And in the future, the developer plans to encourage partners to provide Paypal and credit cards as primary purchase options.

However, users cannot sell ENJ and NFT rewards without withdrawing them to a wallet.

From within the Reeward.io store, users can link an ENJ wallet and withdraw their items into their own possession.

How to use the Reeward.io Commerce Store

Most of the current features of the Reewardio platform are only available from the Reeward.io Commerce Store. Here is a detailed breakdown of how to use the store.

Understanding loot crates, tokens, and Rio

loot crate

The primary feature of Reewardio right now is that it provides users with the opportunity to purchase loot crates. These crates contain subscription tokens. 

These tokens don’t do anything right now. But in the future, they will be used to purchase Reewardio subscriptions. Clients will be able to use these subscriptions to create their own promotions.

The developer plans to release the full version of the product in Q2, 2020. At that time, there will be three subscription tiers: Essential Legacy ($65), Premiere Legacy ($295), and Ultimate Legacy ($995).

legacy packages

Each crate has a 90% chance to award a $65 token, a 9% chance to award a $295 token, and a 1% chance to award a $995 token.

The price for a loot crate is $45.

It is important to note that the face value of a token doesn’t necessarily reflect its value in the marketplace. For example, a $65 token may only be worth $40. The developer has not promised to pay the face value of each token. It has only promised to charge clients a price equivalent to its face value for access to the tier of service it represents.

We did some research on ENJ Marketplace to see what prices these tokens were selling for. We found that the more rare $295 and $995 tokens are currently listed for significantly more than the price of a crate.

reeward.io ultimate package

But these prices can change. So if you are considering buying crates just to sell the tokens, you might want to check the prices on ENJ Marketplace before making a decision.

In addition to a token, every crate also contains 500 Rio. Rio is a centralized currency that can be used on the Reeward.io Store to play games, craft discounts, and perform other actions.

If a user is only interested in Rio, he can buy a crate and sell the token, keeping the Rio for himself. Or if he only wants the token, he can purchase it in the ENJ Marketplace.

Buying a crate

If you want to acquire Rio, you’ll need to purchase a crate. Here is how to do so.

Navigate to the official Reewardio store

Click one of the three buy a crate buttons at the bottom. It doesn’t matter which of the buttons you click. They all produce the same odds.

rio crates

Click checkout. Paypal is currently the only payment option.


Fill out the fields provided, and click register.

You should see a message that says “successfully registered.” Click the link that says click here to continue.

Complete the transaction from within Paypal.

When the transaction is finished, you’ll receive the message “Congratulations! Your items have been sent to your reeward.io inventory.” Click reeward.io inventory to see your items.

Linking an Enjin wallet

If you want to sell your token, you’ll need to link your Enjin wallet and transfer it from your reeward.io inventory to your wallet. To do this, click My Enjin Wallet, and follow the instructions.

For more information about Enjin Coin, read our full guide.

ENJ Hunt

If you want to spend your Rio to spin the ENJ Hunt Wheel, just click play for 500 below the image of a game controller. You’ll need all six ENJ Hunt tokens to craft the 1,000 ENJ Ingot.

enj ingot

Crafting discounts

To craft a discount, click go to crafting. It costs 100 Rio for each 25% off discount on your next loot crate.

Click craft next to the discount image.

Click redeem discount to copy the discount code.

Reewardio Platform Roadmap

The Reewardio team plans to roll out the full features of the platform over time. Here is the roadmap for the platform

First quarter, 2020

Quests and Bounties – Tasks that can be completed to earn Rio

Integration with Forgotten Artifacts This may include discounts for frequent players

Asset and Quest SDK – Will allow any developer to create quests to earn rewards for other Reewardio Universe games

Multiverse quests – Quests that require a player to complete tasks across multiple Reewardio games

Second quarter, 2020

In-app minting – Developers will be able to mint items from within the Reewardio Commerce Store

Reeward.io builder – A further extension of the quest SDK, will allow allow developers to build apps from within the Commerce Store

WordPress extension (subject to fundraising) – Will allow developers to integrate their WordPress websites with the Reewardio system. This will only be developed if enough funds are raised from loot crate sales.

Third quarter, 2020 (subject to fundraising)

The following features will be available in Q3, 2020 if enough funds are raised from loot crate sales.

Mobile app – Users will be able to redeem rewards from their mobile devices

Ecommerce integrations – Lets vendors provide rewards from within Shopify stores, Weebly stores, etc.

Fourth quarter, 2020 (subject to fundraising)

In the fourth quarter of 2020, Reewardio plans to implement social media integrations. This will allow vendors to offer rewards from within their Facebook, Twitter, and other social media pages.

This feature is subject to fundraising from loot crate sales.

Reewardio conclusion

Reewardio has come a long way from where it was when we first reported on it. Back then, it was simply a rewards program for Kriptomat exchange. 

It is now being expanded to allow any Ecommerce vendor to provide rewards. 

Video game developers and players are still likely to be the largest audience for this platform in the beginning. But over time, other types of online merchants may begin using the platform.

This is good news for blockchain gaming – because it may introduce people to the niche who otherwise wouldn’t know about it.

We’ll keep an eye on Rewardio as it develops further. And when major features are released, we’ll report on it here.

What do you think of a blockchain-backed rewards platform? Would you be more likely to buy a product if it provided items that could be used in your favorite games? 

Let us know what you think in the comments below.

tom blackstone
Tom Blackstone
Tom Blackstone is a former salesperson turned tech writer. Before 2014, he sold video games, computers, home theater systems, and other entertainment products. Since 2014, he has been a full time writer. His previous work includes ICO announcements, articles on the history of cryptocurrency, guides to Kodi addons, and more. He has always enjoyed learning about new technology and helping others to understand it. As a former video game salesperson, he also likes to try out new games and review them for others.


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