[ICO] Wulet

  • Introduction

    Blockchain is a decentralized general ledger. It is a computer network that has an identical copy of the database and changes its status (records) to a common agreement based on pure mathematics. All this means that there is no need for any central server or any entity we trust (e.g. central bank, notaries, banks, paypal, etc.). The blockchain is the technological basis for all cryptocurrencies, whether Bitcoin, Ethereum, Hyperledger, etc.

    An important part of the blockchain is the smart contracts, a piece of code that is stored in the blockchain network (in each participant's database). It basically defines the conditions to which all parties using the contract agree. Therefore, if the required conditions are met, certain actions are executed. Because the smart contract is stored on all computers on the network, everyone must run it and get the same result. This way users can be sure that the result is correct.


    After this brief introduction to the broad topic of Blockchain and Smart Contracts, we can already see that this technology opens many doors to new decentralized businesses and eliminates the need for expensive third parties. Many new companies are now working on this technology, and large companies are testing it in closed networks to collaborate directly with each other without the need for intermediaries. For that reason, there is a lot of projects that are starting to use this new technology. However, not all of them are worth it. We have to read well what each project is dedicated to, what is its whitepaper, its qualified advisors, etc. As I said, blockchain technology has gained popularity due to the hype about cryptocurrencies which has shaken many startups to launch their own cryptocurrencies even without convincing fundamentals. This trend has emerged because new entrants have been more agile in adopting emerging technologies compared to incumbents who are hampered by legacy systems. However, this competitiveness and this advantage enjoyed by the new players may be short-lived, as no economies of scale are taken into account.


    The project I am going to present you is Wulet, a blockchain-based platform that will offer its users the opportunity to receive cash returns of their daily purchases in the form of cryptocurrency. This platform will allow the management and exchange of bonus points between loyalty programs of different companies.

    As I said, Wulet (WU) (https://wulet.io/) is a platform that unites all loyalty programs with a synergistic effect for companies. We are creating the definitive tool that will help customers to store all their cards, discounts and coupons in a convenient system, to exchange loyalty points of different companies and use them in time for maximum effect. Meanwhile, it will allow companies to raise the management of loyalty programs to an entirely new level, benefit from entering a "blue ocean" market of negotiable loyalty points and increase ROI and the customer retention rate.


    The main goal of Wulet to create a new branch of possibilities for the market, allowing users to exchange loyalty points gained and engage those users in consumption to a whole new level with mutual benefits for all.
    More specifically, Wulet is designed to help clients get rid of a huge number of loyalty cards by uniting all programmes into one easy-to-use application, to popularise the everyday use of cryptocurrency and to create a platform that will allow its users to spend cashback as they wish.


    chrome_2018-09-06_13-36-59.pngCompanies can advertise their bonus programs, which will increase brand awareness.
    The establishment of an internal exchange will attract the main market agents.
    WULET will charge a commission to the clients for the purchase of the bonus points in the stock exchange.

    It is very simple. Well, the user only has to specify his phone number when registering and all points of all loyalty programs will be automatically displayed in his personal account. The internal exchange with the individual exchange rate of each program will give you the opportunity to choose how you want to spend exactly the accumulated points.
    This allows loyalty programs to be simpler, more practical and more pro-table for the average user. At the same time, it also allows companies to attract new customers and retain their current customers.

    Internal ExchangeIt will allow customers to 
    decide what bonuses they need, 
    and companies to keep those 
    loyalty programs that are already 
    well-known and loved.
    1. All loyalty points will be tradable 
    2. Exchange rate will be set by the levels of supply and demand 
    3. WU-token will serve as a universal measure among loyalty points
    Mobile AppIt will help customers to get 
    engaged in a game, where they 
    are not pressured by intrusive advertising 
    but receive the most precise 
    offers at the moment of 
    loyalty points.
    1. Easily find the company you need with our convenient app 
    2. Convinient wallet for all your bonus cards 
    3. Manage, redeem and exchange your loyalty points timely
    You participate in multiple loyalty programs, where each one has its own internal structure of points and privileges. 
    You can not use or exchange the points received in the different programs as desired. 
    The storage of all your existing bonus cards is uncomfortable.
    You can spend your bonds in the associated markets, save in the form of a WU-token, or sell them in the internal market of WULET. 
    All discounts and promotions are in a single application, WULET, and it is not necessary to go through each program individually. 
    You earn profits, and the store gets a loyal customer.


    The project gives the opportunity to earn Wulet tokens performing some social media tasks and doing simple steps from the bounty program explained into the Bitcointalk platform. Here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=post;topic=4455279.0) you can access the link in order to see what are the conditions to become an early WU contributor and start acquiring tokens.

    Doesn't that sound interesting? If you are interested in this airdrop or basically in the ICO, you can read their Whitepaper here (https://wulet.io/wu_pres_en.pdf). You can also stay tuned in their official Telegram group (https://t.me/wulet_io). I hope you liked the post and soon I'll send you new ones.


    2017WuChat app – inspiration of WULET.
    May 2017Pre-sale starts.
    3Q 2018Main stage of the crowdsale.
    Nov 2018WULET private alpha.
    Dec 2018Plug-in for R-Keeper. 
    Payments in WU tokens.
    Jan 2019Testing by private partners.
    2Q 2019Web interface & partners dashboard.
    4Q 2019Additional tests and revisions.
    1Q 2020WULET public beta within one city.
    1Q 2020Architecture optimization; WuShop release.
    3Q 2020WULET public release.
    4Q 2020Additional market expansion.

    Extra details

    Token: WU
    Platform: EOS
    Type: EOS
    ICO price: 1 WU= 0.001 ETH
    Tokens for sale: 63,700,000

    Token Distribution



    Author Details

    Email: [email protected]

    Telegram username: @clauming

    BTT Profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1870482

    Ethereum address: 0xC6AB45541006D53D31E25b41c7d245c5Ad99BF71

  • Smart contracts on WULET. What is the hassle about?

    The contract itself is ‘smart’ enough to determine the timing when the data is needed. This action is divided into two separate transactions: a transaction that initiates a data request (can be created both by the client and another contract), and a transaction that returns data to the contract (initiated by the oraclize service).

    All external modules of the WULET platform work in the same way: they scan network blocks, detect events, react to them, execute logic outside the blockchain, and then enter data into the blockchain through the transaction (if required).

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  • How will Blockchain technology shape the future of loyalty programs?

    You know that moment when you finally get to the cash register, during the final feral hours of Christmas shopping, and the cashier asks you, “Do you have your rewards card with you?” You begin to frantically pull card after card out of your wallet, dropping half of them on the ground, sure that once, long ago, you had signed up for that 2% loyalty program, but now – under the disgruntled stares of the shoppers behind you – you smile awkwardly and say, “Unfortunately, I don’t have it with me.”

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