Remember? 25,000 members came on board Cardonio’s initial offering in about a week or 8 days, to be exact. How did Cardonio do it? It ran an airdrop promotion by giving people free CFGT tokens for signing up and accomplishing a few easy tasks.
The promo campaign launched was designed to take in an initial target of only 25,000 people. Yet, after only 3 days, the number of takers already topped 20,000 and reached the target mark of 25k in 8 days. That means so many others were left out in the process. After considering possible options for what to do next, Cardonio now comes out with its Bounty Campaign.
A Bounty Campaign goes around the usual marketing and promotional gimmicks resorted to by traditional businesses. In the highly-innovative and radical cryptocurrency space, ideas explode to augment those old yet proven methods in the past but, this time, with equally-radical twists. So, instead of hiring marketing experts to run their ICO promo, Cardonio turns to its customers to look for new members. For every newcomer an existing customer gets, a corresponding number of tokens is awarded. That explains the word “bounty” – from bounty-hunter. Or a take-off from the old adage for making more converts: each-one-teach-one. In this campaign, Cardonio assigns a total bounty of 10,000,000 CFGT to be distributed over various types of members.
Cardonio Credit Card continues to innovate and to improve on its initial successes in order to keep up with the needs of its customers, as well as the public-at-large. Although it is aware of stiff competition in this new fast-growth investment space, Cardonio believes that real competition arises only from the minds and lives of people they seek to serve. As long as a company remains in tune with the basic needs and the expanding goals and aspirations of its customers, there is no need to worry about the competition running you out of business.