Dash is an open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency with a strong focus on the payments industry. Based on the Bitcoin project, Dash aims to be the most user friendly and scalable payments system in the world.
A Dash funded project working with businesses in the UK. Dash4Business engaged with merchants in the UK to understand their views and perceptions of cryptocurrencies and identify interested merchants to become early adopters of Dash in their business.
At the end of 2017 we worked with the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) identifying gold and jewellery merchant attitudes to cryptocurrencies.
A report of that project, Understanding the barriers to adoption of Dash by UK businesses and merchants, identified areas of work to take forward and merchants who were keen to integrate Dash into their business. We are progressing this work in the gold and jewellery sector.
DashBack is a pilot scheme funded by the Dash Treasury as part of the Dash Uptake by UK Businesses project, to encourage consumers to buy products with Dash in preference to sterling. It does this by participating merchants providing the consumer a percentage (agreed with merchant) discount on the Dash price of an item compared to the sterling cost. The cost of the agreed reduction is then returned to the merchant as DashBack after the transaction is completed. A maximum 0.75 Dash DashBack discount will be applied to a single transaction.
Kerstin is offering a 10% discount on purchases made in Dash. This will be applied at checkout.
Diadem are offering a 20% discount on purchases made in Dash. This will be applied at checkout.
Damian is offering a 15% discount on purchases made in Dash and will be accepting Dash payments wallet to wallet - get in touch with him to complete your purchase.
The incentive of the DashBack scheme for merchants is attraction of a new customer base; the incentive for customers is a cheaper purchase price. Invited merchants will take part in the pilot scheme, agreeing to the terms and conditions of the scheme.
If you are interested in being considered as a DashBack merchant do get in touch using this form
Participating merchants can submit their DashBack claims using this form
Terms and conditions apply
Stuart Bean has extensive experience in lobbying and marketing, having had a 20-year career working at the Confederation of British Industry. He has wide ranging contacts and expertise in events, lobbying and working with UK Business leaders, including FTSE 100 CEOs. Stuart previously worked for a UK Political Party. More recently he has run his own business as part of a UK National Franchise which he has recently sold, and has set up a new business - Simply Associations Ltd - to include work with UK Trade Associations. Stuart has a MSc in Global Politics and Political Economy from Birkbeck College, University of London.
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Victoria Bean has over 20 years experience in business planning, research and development and committee work in the civil service. Experience of working with Senior Management Teams and with people at all levels of organisations. More recently joint owner of national franchise business, before launching Simply Associations. Victoria has an MSc in Gender, Culture and Society.
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Participating merchants will agree to the following terms and conditions; (these maybe updated from time to time - merchants will be advised of updates and continued participation in the scheme assumes acceptance of updated conditions).
This is a voluntary scheme that either party can withdraw from at any time, without prior notice.
No party will be able to hold the other liable for any loss or damage resulting or arising from this activity.
Participating merchants will:
Customers are asked to: