Killi Ltd (TSE:MYID) (OTCQB:MYIDF), the company paying consumers for their personal data, announced Thursday that it closed 2020 adding new consented accounts at a rate of 800,000 per week, up considerably from the beginning of the third quarter.
"2020 was a transformational year for Killi," CEO Neil Sweeney said in a statement. "In 2020, we sold the Freckle unit, uplisted to OTCQB, changed our ticker symbol (MYIDF), expanded our user accounts by millions, expanded to five countries, introduced the Killi Paycheck, integrated into ten global data platforms, integrated 20,000 financial institutions, expanded our redemption options tenfold and moved away from surveys towards guaranteed weekly earnings — becoming the only company in the world that is paying users guaranteed income weekly for their data."
Looking ahead, Sweeney wants to maintain the momentum that Killi built in 2020.
“We have come a long way over this past year and are just hitting our stride,” Sweeney said. “We are excited about what is on our list of deliverables in Q1 and believe the market will be as well, as they roll out over the coming months, especially considering the growing appetite of consumers for privacy-focused products."
Killi said its first-quarter deliverables include:
- An additional cash reward level for active users to increase weekly earnings in February
- An acceleration in the number of consented accounts with new communication tools in the US
- Additional and expanded partnerships with B2B platforms to include Killi's Fair-Trade Data in their data marketplaces
- A new customer referral program in mid-January that will pay users a portion of each person's earnings that they refer to the product in perpetuity
Killi is currently available online or via iOS or Android in five countries.
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