As the only pure-play, publicly traded company to pay its users in cash for their data, the company said it has added numerous new ways for consumers to redeem.
Redemption options now include digital and virtual Visa gift cards (in all Killi regions), Amazon gift cards (US and Canada), e-gift cards for multiple online retailers (all Killi regions), and the option to donate to various charities (all Killi regions).
"We are constantly looking for more ways for the user to earn and redeem cash with Killi,” said CEO Neil Sweeney in a statement.
“As our users are from all over the globe, we wanted to expand the number of redemption options to include various domestic and international retailers. Also, many of our users have requested more Environmental, Social, and Governmental (ESG) initiatives, so the implementation of charitable redemption is directly in response to that. We believe Killi embodies the core tenants of ESG investing and are happy to push this initiative further."
The minimum amount for a Killi user to redeem is $5 (of the user's regional currency such as C$5, US$5, A$5, etc.), and the Killi account must be a minimum of 30 days old.
Killi is currently available online or via iOS or Android in five countries (US, Canada, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand), paying users weekly while providing a transparent report that outlines what data was purchased and by whom. Users are paid in cash, making Killi the only company in the world that is fairly compensating users for the purchase of their data.
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