On July 27th, Milk Partners Co., Ltd. (CEO, Jungmin Cho), which operates the blockchain-based loyalty integration platform ‘MiL.k,’ announced its official launch in Indonesia.
As the loyalty integration platform, MiL.k has provided point management and exchange service of various service companies such as traveling, leisure, shopping and lifestyle. MiL.k is transforming the loyalty market and positioning its presence as the blockchain service which providing benefits to both users and companies.
MiL.k got the ESO (Electronic System Organizer) license of Indonesia to assure a steady service in Indonesia and launched a new KYC solution with ID card verification to increase security and convenience of the service.
The MiL.k app is now available for download on Google Play and the Indonesian App Store in three languages: Indonesian, English, and Korean. In particular, the point exchange service with key local partners, GetPlus and airasia Indonesia is expected to be opened within this month, with the expectation that MiL.k will provide practical services to Indonesian users.
Upon launching the service, MiL.k plans to implement various promotions with local partners to acquire new global users and provide localized service. Additionally, MiL.k plans to step up its local marketing to entice more regional businesses and services to join MiL.k, and active discussions with significant potential partners in Southeast Asia are already underway.
According to Milk Partners Co., Ltd. CEO Jungmin Cho, “I’m very happy that MiL.k, has paved the way for the expansion of global service and is now officially available in Indonesia.” “We intend to develop into a worldwide platform that links Southeast Asia and Indonesia while also offering helpful and practical services to more international users. Please keep your attention and expectations high for our future service.”