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BidOkee’s Gamified DIY Crowdfunding – The Rise of the Cooperative Model

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The future of crowdfunding will be powered
by a cooperative DIY SaaS system model that resolves numerous pain points in the crowdfunding industry.

BidOkee provides the freedom to develop stand-alone, branded, customizable DIY crowdfunding sites that integrate seamlessly with ecommerce and etail platforms, and incorporate loyalty programs, gamified features and a revenue sharing model.

Vancouver-based Quilageo Inc. has launched a prototype version of the world’s first gamified crowdfunding platform called BidOkee.

Scott Steinberg, author of The Crowdfunding Bible, featured BidOkee on NewsWatch TV. As Scott declares, “this could change crowdfunding as we know it.”

“There is massive proliferation of crowdfunding sites,” says Eyal Lichtmann, CEO of Quilageo. “There are over 450 crowdfunding platforms worldwide and hundreds of thousands of campaigns launched annually.”

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You call that gamified etail?

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A bunch of businesses are claiming to be gamifying online retail – and industry geeks have been talking about it for years – but only one company on the horizon comes close to realizing the potential that gamified etail promises.

Several companies have integrated some form of gaming into their retail experience. And on the flip side, some games have integrated online retail into their platforms. But the long-awaited “gamification of etail” still hasn’t really happened. But it’s closer than ever thanks to one innovative startup.

While people have been talking about the inevitable gamification of online retail for some time, examples that have emerged so far have been disappointing, to put it mildly. At best, efforts at gamification have allowed “players” to earn discounts on products or win an occasional prize. At worst, they are nothing more than advertisements poorly masquerading as games. A review of some of the most discussed gamified retail programs suggests most have trouble even living up to the term, let alone the potential.

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