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Loyalty360 Reads: October 11: ShopNEXT Web3 Loyalty Platform, U.S. Eagle’s New Rewards Card, and Mor

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ShopNEXT and Visa Launch First Web3 Loyalty Platform

ShopNEXT has partnered with Visa to launch the first-ever Web3 Loyalty Platform. Any user with a Visa card can join to earn token rewards. This loyalty platform is expected to help millions of merchants grow businesses and contribute to stimulate the global economy as well as bring Web3 to the masses.

ShopNEXT will utilize the card-linked feature of the Visa Offers Platform that allows any user to link a Visa card to their mobile app, and users are instantly rewarded with the token loyalty point developed on the blockchain. ShopNEXT will also offer in-app gameplay and NFT cards to boost earning rewards.
 

U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union Releases New Rewards Card

U.S. Eagle recently released their newest rewards card: The U.S. Eagle CashBack Debit Card. This release comes after the credit union announced their cashback METAL Credit Card in June. The loyalty perk is available as a free, standard option with U.S. Eagle's Perks Checking accounts.

Members receive cashback each time they use the new debit card. Cashback is unlimited and credited directly to the member's savings account. The biggest differentiator between this card and other cashback debit cards is that members can combine the cashback of their US Eagle METAL and CashBack Debit Cards in one place.
 

Pepsi to Use Tesla Semi Trucks to Reduce Emissions

PepsiCo is teaming up with Tesla for first electric semi trucks. The company reserved 100 vehicles from the automobile company as it seeks to reduce fuel costs and fleet emissions.

Pepsi will use the trucks to ship snack foods and beverages between manufacturing and distribution centers as well as to retailers. The electric semi trucks have a range of 500 miles (805 km).



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