DALLAS, April 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Todd Rowan, CEO of rewardstoken.io and Linda Butcher, CBDO will be guest hosting CEO Money for the week of April 23.
CEO Money, America's Business Show, will be hosting a week-long series on cryptocurrency. With that in mind, they have brought in local cryptocurrency and blockchain experts, Todd Rowan and Linda Butcher. Rowan and Butcher are co-Founders of Rewards and each has over 20 years of experience developing large global loyalty programs for companies like American Express, American Airlines and Sony. They lead the way in loyalty innovation through cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.
To listen to Crypto week, you can tune in to the show live on April 23 to April 27 on 1190 a.m. (WFN1) at 2:00 p.m. CST. The show will also be available online and podcast. They will have guests from all aspects of crypto, including CEOs, Investment Fund Managers, Investors, and Influencers. Special guest will include:
Asger Folmann - In it for the money Dominik Zynis – Founder of Wings Frideric Prandecki - Bob's Repair Ryan Taylor - CEO of Dash Steven Sprague - CEO of Rivetz and many others...
"We couldn't be more honored to host CEO Money for Crypto week and to help bring awareness to the exciting things going on in this industry," says Linda Butch. We are going to cover all the latest crypto news including Kraken and the AG, tips for evaluating ICOs, Bitcoin price, peer-to-peer Bitcoin trading, cryptocurrency regulation, trading in India and more.
Rewards is a single marketplace that brings together over 100,000,000 products and 7000 existing merchant relationships with restaurants, retail, entertainment, travel and more that allows customers to earn and use RWRD token. The platform will allow users to shop online or in-store to receive RWRD tokens. Those RWRD tokens can then be used to make additional purchases clothes, food, book travel, buy gift cards or even toothpaste.
For more information about the Rewards project please visit Rewardstoken.io.
Rewards is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest.