WhatsOnPic token (AWT) is the world's first token secured with working business model and growing audience of E-commerce market. Our business model allows members to interact with the platform and get incentives in AWT tokens. Members of the WhatsOnPic community will earn tokens when the purchase takes place through the posts that they tagged.
We will encourage the use of tokens that can be traded, redeemed and used for services within WhatsOnPic platform. The value of AWT tokens will be enhanced over time due to the development of the service and the increasing number of users who will raise the demand for tokens. This will allow our participants to get more rewards and benefits.
How does WhatsOnPic work?
WhatsOnPic will let users tag any photo on the Internet and social media networks with the iOS, Android applications as well as with browser extensions. Artificial intelligence algorithms will allow recognizing the products in the photo as well as all the duplicates of this photo on the Internet. By tapping the desired product in the picture, the user will see more information about the product and get links to the stores to proceed to purchases.
Members earn AWT each time when a purchase is made from the publisher's post.
E-commerce market is keeping slightly growing. Taking into account that it is transforming now merging with social networking, it is expected to grow more. More than 61% of global consumers believe that online shopping saves money, and the price is the most important factor when deciding where to buy. What’s On Pic provides customers with a list of stores where they can buy the desired product at the best price. Thus, customers will get more opportunities to choose the best product for them and stores will increase their customer flow.
E-commerce market keeps growing and doesn’t seem to slow down. In 2017, retail online sales amounted to 409.2 billion US dollars and are projected to surpass 603.4 billion US dollars in 2021. The growth is also observed in the mobile retail commerce with 34.5% of sales made from mobile devices in 2017 and expected 53.9% in 2021.
Purchases from social media
Social media platforms where U.S. users last made a purchase as of October 2017