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Pebbles — the First Rewards System that Belongs to You

This is the fifth post in our series "The Money Revolution". If you haven't read the first one, we recommend you start here.

Pebbles – the First Rewards System that Belongs to You

Miles earned here, points earned there – credit card reward programs are a dime a dozen these days.

You’re lead to believe you are the big winners, reaping the rewards by swiping away and accumulating points until that next redemption. However, these reward programs are more limiting than what you see on the surface.

Points, With a Catch

When you earn reward points through banks and credit card companies, you are confined to their particular ecosystem; that is, you can only redeem those points within the company’s set parameters.

Take American Express for example. Amex points entice many users, but once you navigate away from AmericanExpress.com, your points are virtually worthless.

Through other reward programs, you might be able to use miles earned at just one airline, or redeem cash back solely through a reimbursement on the used credit card.

Banks and credit card companies hold custody of your reward points and control both their issuance and redemption. In other words, the choices are made for you, and you’re bound to the rules these companies establish.

This is a closed system – and we’re here to break down the doors.

Rewards Without Confines

With Pebble, you earn rewards without barriers. Your rewards are, simply, yours, and the idea is that you can use them how, when, and where you please.

Sure, you can soon redeem your points within Pebble for very pleasant perks, but even if you leave our platform, your points are yours.

Wait…what?!

You read that right. You earn points, aptly named “Pebbles”, on our platform, but if you leave Pebble, you still keep your Pebbles, which you’ll be able to spend like real currency. Our vision is that Pebbles will be useful wherever you go, from ordering a pizza at home to buying a concert ticket in the metaverse.

And because you're free to leave our platform whenever you’d like, we’re motivated to provide you with the absolute best possible product and service to keep you as a customer.

Why would we give people the freedom to take the points they earn on Pebble elsewhere?

Ultimately, we think this is a better financial structure that will help to create a better world. We believe in an open system, rather than a stifling, closed one, where anyone and everyone can integrate the usage of Pebbles. And, the more useful and integrated Pebbles are, the more value they carry, which is great for both our customers and us.

How to Pile Up Pebbles

So then the next question of course is, how do you earn Pebbles?

The more you use Pebble, the more Pebbles you earn. Every time you earn interest, make a deposit, send money, refer friends, etc., you accumulate more Pebbles. There are also specific tasks on the Pebble app you can complete to earn large quantities of Pebbles at once.

Additionally, you can earn Pebbles by being active on our Discord and supporting us via social media.

And, as we have big plans for the future, it pays to be early ;)

Building a More Rewarding Future Together

We’re here to serve you, and would love to know where you’d like to spend your Pebbles.

Feel free to email your suggestions to support@pebble.us – we want your rewards to be as useful to you as possible.

We’re all about breaking away from the old ways of doing finance, but how did today’s traditional banking patterns come to be? And why do we need to leave them behind? Keep reading to see how we can learn from the past to propel us forward.

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