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Plentix is a decentralized social networking platform that is putting users privacy and satisfaction as its first priority. It is an innovative approach towards transparent and independent means of user data ownership, reward on ads and free of speech. It is the first get paid to content creation and sharing ecosystem that leveraged OCR token payments for its reward system.

Essential Information

Ico TimeUnknown – Unknown
Token NamePlentix
Token SymbolREFER
WhitepaperView Whitepaper
Website LinkHome
Price1 REFER = 0.1 USD
PlatformEthereum
Soft Cap3,000,000 USD
Hard Cap24,000,000 USD

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The advent of cryptocurrencies and the tokenized economy makes it possible to re-imagine the entire value chain of consumer, products, and producers from a referral perspective. We present Plentix, a tokenized platform that enables users to refer other users to a business entity and enables business entities to leverage existing APIs for industry specific referrals and allows for safe, secure, trustless value exchange to take place. Unlike other referral platforms, Plentix unleashes the potential of a new global ecosystem to monetize referrals for every stakeholder, from the producer to the consumer.

The advent of cryptocurrencies and the tokenized economy makes it possible to re-imagine the entire value chain of consumer, products, and producers from a referral perspective. We present Plentix, a tokenized platform that enables users to refer other users to a business entity and enables business entities to leverage existing APIs for industry specific referrals and allows for safe, secure, trustless value exchange to take place. Unlike other referral platforms, Plentix unleashes the potential of a new global ecosystem to monetize referrals for every stakeholder, from the producer to the consumer.

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contractual relationship. While we make every effort to ensure that any material in this white paper is
accurate and up to date, such material in no way constitutes the provision of professional advice.
Plentix does not guarantee, and accepts no legal liability whatsoever arising from or connected to, the
accuracy, reliability, currency, or completeness of any material contained in this white paper. Potential
Plentix token holders should seek appropriate independent professional advice prior to relying on, or
entering into any commitment or transaction based on, material published in this white paper, which
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REFER tokens are not intended to constitute financial securities instruments in any jurisdiction. This
white paper does not constitute a prospectus or offer document of any sort and is not intended to
constitute an offer of securities or a solicitation for investment in securities in any jurisdiction. Plentix
does not provide any opinion on any advice to purchase, sell, or otherwise transact with REFER tokens
and the fact of presentation of this white paper shall not form the basis of, or be relied upon in
connection with, any contract or investment decision.
No person is bound to enter into any contract or binding legal commitment in relation to the sale and
purchase of REFER tokens, and no cryptocurrency or other form of payment is to be accepted on the
basis of this white paper.
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conclusions reached in this white paper, and this white paper is provided “as is”. This white paper does not
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whatsoever, including, but not limited to: (i) warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose,
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Why referral?

The referral economy is well entrenched in our lives. The explosive growth of social media,
coupled with the dominance of mobile phones, has given rise to a new generation of
consumers who embrace connectivity. Online interaction, such as referrals, has never been
so easy and immediate [1].
Historically, the marketing and communications industry flourished given the billions of
dollars spent on business advertisements and promotion. In recent years, the marketing and
communications industry unknowingly woke up to a massive opportunity for a simple and
organic way to promote businesses. This self-help system allows people to leverage, their
social network.
The relationships that exist beyond core online social media is invaluable from a marketing
standpoint. In an era when we tend to place more value and trust on the opinion of someone
we know, 84% of consumers say they either completely or somewhat trust
recommendations from family, colleagues or friends about products and services [2] –
referrals become a powerful tool.
Furthermore, personal referrals through word-of-mouth are much more targeted in nature as
the referrer acts as a filter to identify potential customers (as opposed to marketing broadly
via high cost, established social media channels, like Facebook, which may not necessarily
reach an actual buyer).

When 91% of B2B buyers are influenced by word-of-mouth when making their buying
decisions [3], and a further 84% of consumers report always or sometimes taking action on
personal recommendations [4], businesses that don’t leverage this strategy will fall behind.
It becomes clear that having targeted, direct, personal recommendations is a very powerful
way to amplify business. And for companies looking to derive more value from their
customers, this tool is clearly valuable. Research shows that the referred customers are
perceived as “high value” to a brand vs. typical customers, as they tend to maintain a longer
lasting relationship, have a greater affinity to the brand and are associated with higher
profitability.
The primary goal of brands and businesses is to target customers who are most likely to bring
them quality referrals that will last and build affinity with the brand.
And yet, businesses are still leveraging traditional forms of referral programs – offering
customers basic programs with basic rewards.

For those businesses who are more advanced, there are various approaches to identifying
those customers who are most likely to be their most impactful ambassadors in the market.
For example, the 15-year-old Net Promoter Score (NPS) method is a well-used and publicized
way for finding out these key ambassadors to your brand. But NPS has its problems too [5].
NPS uses data from surveys and fixed loyalty data to answer the simple question: “how likely
is it that you would recommend our organization to a friend or colleague?”
In an era where the customer will have multi-channel touch points with a brand, this
approach may be overly simplistic as the loyalty and behavior of a customer is often
complex [6].

While NPS can be useful, it only analyzes one dimension of the customer relationship –
typically the last interaction. To truly realize the power and potential of referrals and attract
the most productive customers, analytics based on a variety of data points would be required
to generate true insights.
Aside from lacking the sophistication to identify the right customers to help promote and
grow their business organically, there are limited incentives with most business referral
programs, at least from a referrer perspective.
Upon a successful referral where the referred customer onboards, a referrer, in most cases,
will be reimbursed on a one-time basis. While this model may work for some businesses,
others may want to control when and how the referrer should be incentivized based on the
behavior of the referred customer.

What Plentix Offers

As a platform, Plentix provides open-source APIs that businesses can use to build referral
programs, giving them the flexibility to have their preferred features and tailor them to the
nature of their business.
The reward options, amounts, time validity and the number of reward purchases the
referrer receives from referee’s purchases can all be customized by businesses.
The flexible, easy-to-use and low-cost (almost free) referral program available for
businesses using Plentix gives them a perfect opportunity to dedicate a portion of their
marketing budget to develop a very effective referral/reward program.
Plentix also offers some basic, easy-to-use tools for businesses that don’t want or need to
pay for programming, which will provide them with an admin panel and basic integration
options. Plentix DApp will also create an ecosystem in which all participating businesses will
share a common digital currency (the Plentix token, REFER).
Plentix DApp also provides APIs for further integrations and customisations. Programmers
can work with businesses to establish a scheme specifically tailored for the business or write
ready-to-use modules that businesses can use in Plentix DApp. Programmers will receive a
programming fee (commission) for each transaction of that business using their module on
the DApp.
With this ecosystem in place, users who earn the Plentix token (REFER) from one business can
spend those tokens purchasing products / services from other businesses in the ecosystem.
Businesses will also be able to use each other’s’ customers to promote their products / services.
For example, when a customer in the ecosystem buys a pair of shoes from a shoe shop, another
business that sells pants matching those shoes can use the ecosystem to advertise their products
and attract that client. Businesses can use the ecosystem to attract more customers and
customers can enjoy a referral discount when other users refer them.
As a result, a business will have two options to build an effective referral/reward campaign:
1- Plentix Platform: Create a stand-alone referral / reward program using open-source APIs.
Programmers can easily create a tailored referral campaign for the business using the API sets.
2- Plentix DApp / Ecosystem: Use Plentix DApp, participate in Plentix’s referral ecosystem and share a
common digital currency with other businesses participating. Businesses will have various options to
promote their brand in the ecosystem. Plentix DApp will also come with an API set. Businesses can
choose to use the basic options or have a programmer tailor a referral scheme using those APIs.
Developers can write modules for businesses to use on the DApp and be paid a programming fee per
each transaction for the specific business.

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