American Express Taps Hyperledger Blockchain for Rewards Program Revamp

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American Express has deployed Hyperledger’s blockchain technology to make its Membership Rewards program more versatile, marking the first application of blockchain technology to a major U.S. financial services loyalty program.

Under the revamped program, merchants will be able to create Membership Rewards offers on their own platforms to engage customers and at the same time offer card members more opportunities to earn points.

Rewards On Select Products

American Express is partnering with Boxed, an online wholesale retailer, on a pilot promotion for Membership Rewards enrolled members. Members can earn 5X Membership Rewards points for select products and brands.

American Express will initially provide rewards points to Boxed customers for Cheerios cereal, Planters nuts, Dove soap and a few other items, according to the Associated Press. American Express plans to make the program available to nearly all merchant partners in the coming months.

The technology has helped to target individual items, which in the past has proven challenging since merchants’ inventory systems differ from one another. Hyperledger blockchain technology enabled American Express to solve the problem so that merchants and American Express can create product-targeted offers.

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Chris Cracchiolo, who oversees Membership Rewards at American Express, said merchants can develop programs based on time of day and day of week by encouraging the customer to download the merchant’s app. Merchants will have significantly more ways to reward customers.

While customers could be targeted for an offer based on spending behavior at a particular merchant under the Amex Offers program in the past, these offers could not target specific products.

Because American Express owns and manages the blockchain technology, merchants incur minimal setup time to participate in the program. American Express can get merchants’ offers up and running in weeks rather than months.

Also read: American Express wants “full advantage of blockchain,” joins open-source Hyperledger project

How It Works

A private channel on the company’s blockchain will allow merchants to send and receive information securely. The merchant will have control over the offers they wish to market, and they will be able to create custom Membership Rewards offers and designate SKU level bonuses.

American Express will have full visibility of the offers on the blockchain and will ensure the promotions conform to its brand values and merchant agreements.

Once the offers are available to customers, the smart contract will automatically send the anonymized transaction to American Express on the private blockchain. American Express will identify the card member and issue them their rewards points.

American Express will work with merchants to create the smart contracts for the offers.

The credit card giant is a premiere Hyperledger member, along with Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan, IBM, Intel, Baidu and Accenture.

Marc Gordon, American Express information chief and vice president, said the company wants to take full advantage of blockchain to deliver innovative products for customers and partners when it joined Hyperledger.

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Amex launches rewards-based blockchain test with Boxed

American Express is putting its involvement in the Hyperledger Project to the test, deploying blockchain technology with Boxed to enable the digital warehouse merchant to customize a rewards plan for Amex cardholders.

The test at Boxed will eventually expand to other retailers to create tailored offers to the Amex Membership Rewards program through those merchant platforms, but monitored and managed by Amex through private blockchain channels.

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American Express joined the global cross-industry Hyperledger Project early last year as a premier member, a move seen as a way for the card brand to more effectively advance blockchain technology in financial services and have it in place as the Internet of Things advanced into more consumer-facing products and embedded payments. When Amex joined Hyperledger, the project had more than 100 companies and organizations involved as members.

At Boxed, which provides an e-commerce site for business owners and organizations to purchase bulk goods, the testing of blockchain will allow Amex to create a private channel for the merchant’s information transfer. This allows merchants to create “smart contracts” that will automatically fulfill rewards programs offers, the company said this week.

Once offers are made to cardholders, the smart contracts will automatically pass anonymized information on the transaction to American Express and the private blockchain channel. Anonymized information cannot be tracked back to an individual cardholder if it were obtained through a breach.

The new technology will also allow merchants to establish offers to cardholders quickly. The process of onboarding a merchant and establishing a rewards program would take only weeks, as opposed to months, Amex said.

Because the offers “live” on blockchain, Amex is able to view current offers so as to regulate the products and brands being promoted to ensure they are in line with the brand values and merchant agreements.

During this testing phase, Amex Rewards cardholders will receive five times the Membership Rewards points on select brands and products.

The testing of customized rewards programs for Amex cardholders comes just over a month after the company dropped its plastic card-based Plenti multi-merchant rewards program, which it ran for just more than two years. Plenti officially ends July 10, but the program saw retailers dropping out for the past several months.


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AmEx starts using Hyperledger Blockchain for its rewards program

American Express, one of the world’s largest financial services company popular for their Charge cards and Credit cards will now be using Blockchain to power their rewards program. AmEx has piloted a program which will allow merchants to reward customers for specific actions or purchases. This system will run on the open-source hyperledger blockchain and online merchant Boxed will be the first to make use of it.

Currently, credit card companies have been able to reward users when they spend at particular types of merchants with the merchant code. However, with the new system AmEx has deployed, merchants will be able to reward users when they pay for specific items.


With the help of Blockchain technology, AmEx will be able to easily track specific purchases made by users and partner with merchants to better promote products. The merchant may use this to promote a slow moving product in their store by bundling it with a reward.

Beyond specific items, the new product can also be used to promote specific customers and time periods. Merchants may use it to promote a product by offering rewards to everyone who’s purchased it before. Alternatively, merchants can also choose to give offers at specific times and increase footfall.

Chris Cracchiolo, head of Membership Rewards program for AmEx said “They can create programs based on a time of day, day of the week, by incentivizing a customer to download their app. The number of ways merchants can reward customers with Membership Reward points will be exponentially increased.”

This is not the first time American Express has shown interest in blockchain. Last year, the company filed a patent to store all the data from rewards program on the blockchain for faster access to data. Late last year, the company also teamed up with Ripple Payments Network to test out cross border payments using blockchain.



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American Express Fuses Blockchain With Its Membership Rewards Program

American Express (AmEx) a financial services corporation has announced a blockchain application to its Membership Rewards program in association with online merchant Boxed, reported on May 23.

AmEx is an American multinational financial services corporation with headquarters located in Three World Financial Center in New York City. The company was established in 1850. The company is known for its credit cards, traveller’s cheque businesses and charge card. It was named as the 23rd most valuable brand in the world by Forber in June 2017

AmEx reports that it is fusing blockchain technology created by Hyperledger, an open source blockchain venture under the Linux Foundation, to give merchants a chance to design customized offers for AmEx cardholders keeping in mind that the end goal is to build client commitment.

AmEx has begun with Boxed, enabling the organization to remunerate its customers for obtaining particular things, however, American Express supposedly hopes to make the program accessible to every one of their dealers in the coming months.

Apart from promoting specific items, implementing the new program will reportedly let AmEx and its vendor clients a chance to target campaigns to very specific customers. Merchants will be able to make “item focused on offers” while maintaining their own particular stock frameworks. Chris Cracchiolo, the head of the Membership Rewards program for AmEx, explained:

“They can create programs based on a time of day, day of the week, by incentivizing a customer to download their app. The number of ways merchants can reward customers with Membership Reward points will be exponentially increased.”

In the fall of the previous year, American Express Travel Related Services Co., Inc., the travel and merchant unit of American Express, filed a patent for a customized customer bonus system using blockchain technology. The purpose of this system is to give client-specific types of bonuses that include specific items linked to a product, points or a digital currency.

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American Express uses HyperLedger for new blockchain rewards program

Andrew Munro24 May 2018NEWS

The new system lets it match individual products for the first time, without breaking inventory systems.

American Express has created a next-level rewards program for merchants and customers using the HyperLedger blockchain system, Associated Press reports.

It’s designed to let reward the company and its participating merchants reward participants in a much more specific way, with a system that can be integrated into existing merchant inventory systems.

It’s starting with just a handful of products from online retailer Boxed, including Dove soap, Cheerios cereal and other specifics. In coming months, however, American Express expects to make the system available for almost all its merchants.

The blockchain system has created a way of creating and varying programs for individual customers and individual merchants based on individual products, certain times of day or days of the week, and similar.

“They can create programs based on a time of day, day of the week, by incentivising a customer to download their app. The number of ways merchants can reward customers with Membership Reward points will be exponentially increased,” said Chris Cracchiolo of American Express Membership Rewards.

Previously American Express has been able to target individual customers and particular merchants for certain offers based on their spending behaviour, but specific products and other factors have remained unavailable.

Airlines, which are largely tied to their customers with frequent flyer programs, were quick to start exploring the space and rolling out their own programs. Individual companies like Japanese online retailer Rakuten have gone a step further, with plans to create an outright cryptocurrency rewards program.

The potential of blockchain and cryptocurrency in customer loyalty is widely apparent, and any large brand that wants to find ways to reward customers in certain ways for certain actions might find something there.

Daimler for example is testing the limits of blockchain technology and crypto rewards with MobiCoin, a digital rewards token that participating drivers can earn for driving in a green way. Blockchain’s potential for giving customers more real and direct ownership over their own points can not only decrease costs for merchants and providers, but may also help better encourage customers in certain directions in the long run.

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AmEx applies blockchain tech to fine tune its rewards scheme

American Express is be using HyperLedger to provide product-specific reward offers, that can be controlled by its merchants.

Credit card giant American Express is to begin using a blockchain system to develop its reward points program, in the hope of further influencing the purchasing decision of its customers and providing tools for its merchants to boost business. According to a report by Associated Press, AmEx is already piloting the scheme, that will allow merchants to award reward points on specific items from their stock – the first participant is, apparently, created online wholesaler Boxed.

The company is using the Linux Foundation’s HyperLedger blockchain tech to underpin the system, which provides a platform that allows the creation of the product- (and, apparently, customer-) specific offers that can be created by AmEx, or the merchants themselves, whenever they see fit. The scheme could be integrated with inventory management, for example, to create allow stores to create promos for items it wants to clear off shelves.

“They can create programs based on a time of day, day of the week, by incentivising a customer to download their app. The number of ways merchants can reward customers with Membership Reward points will be exponentially increased,” said Chris Cracchiolo, the main-man behind American Express’ Membership Rewards program. It hopes that this very targeted rewards offering will encourage both customers and merchants to keep using or adopt American Express, which – certainly for the latter – can be one of the more expensive credit card options in terms of charges.

The first products that will earn customers bonus rewards include Dove soap, Planters nuts and Cheerios cereal – but, at the moment, only when purchased via Boxed, which is only operates in the US. More merchants, and a vastly expanded range of products will be revealed in the next few months, we’re told.


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American Express Upgrades Rewards Program with Hyperledger Blockchain

Financial services giant American Express launched a blockchain-based rewards program in partnership with digital retailer Boxed on Wednesday.

The company announced that it was “leveraging Hyperledger’s blockchain technology” to let merchants create custom Membership Rewards programs for American Express cardholders. Its initial trial with Boxed will allow members to earn five times the normal number of points on certain products, according to a press release.

American Express will create a private channel on its blockchain with each merchant to facilitate information transfer. Merchants can then create smart contracts which automatically enable fulfill rewards program offers. Further, “once the offers are live, when a Card Member makes an eligible transaction at the merchant, the smart contracts will automatically pass the anonymized information on the transaction to American Express using its private blockchain channel.”

As a result, the merchant will be able to control what offers they are making, as well as customize its Membership Rewards structure, according to the press release. Further, the merchants will be able to “assign bonuses to items at product or [stock keeping unit] level.”

That being said, American Express reserves the right to regulate the products or brands being promoted.

The company believes it can set merchants up with the new system “in a matter of weeks” versus the months it currently takes to onboard a new partner, according to the release.

It also believes that using a blockchain will require minimal work on the merchant’s side, further helping streamline the onboarding process.

Last year, American Express filed a patent application outlining a possible rewards program that would be stored on a blockchain.

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The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) is planning to develop a blockchain securities lending platform.

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