SINGAPORE – May 28, 2018 – PINC is an intriguing new platform that will be made available to help people get paid for sharing social content.
It consists of advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence with blockchain matched with gamification logic to provide a more interactive and personalised experience for users.
The stakeholders involved with PINC included CEO and experienced media-tech entrepreneur Sabrina Wang, COO and Inspireo’s co-founder Francis Sim, CCO and indie musician Edmund Lee, and CBDO and grassroots advocate Grace Tang; back by Quest Ventures, a leading venture fund for technology companies that have scalability and replicability in large internet communities.
PINC is available to users right now, although a person would have to register at www.pincstyle.com and get a secret code to be eligible to sign up to use the services offered.
“Let’s face a simple fact; today, most social media users do not get rewarded for generating content, period. Social media platforms that have a significant reliance on user-generated content (UGC) share an open secret: you are their revenue making machines, and you do it mostly for free (if not, you even pay for it).” Sabrina says. “In developing PINC, I envision the day where we will be able to address such imbalances, when equity is in the ecosystem and that society justly rewards content creators and provides respite to brand owners. In the era of big data and blockchain technology, I believe that PINC will be the solution and beacon of hope.”
PINC is a setup that uses a simple process for helping people to get their content shared while making money off it. A person will upload a picture, select from a vast catalogue of products, and tag that product on the photo to make it shoppable.
People who post and tag their content can get likes and points from others, and they can then cash out these points on the PINC platform; rewarding them for their hard work.
PINC earns its revenue from the partnerships that it establishes with many prominent retailers. It is working with groups like Shopbop, Bloomingdale’s, SSENSE and many more; to make their products visible and available to everyone.
People who are interested in investing in PINC or participating in the platform can visit www.pincstyle.com for additional information. The site is working to help people find appealing ways for people to market their work.