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AirAsia-Worldkoins partnership allows travellers convert leftover ringgit into Worldkoins creditsAirAsia-Worldkoins partnership allows travellers convert leftover ringgit into Worldkoins credits Wednesday October 25, 201702:29 PM GMT+8 KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 25 - Low-cost carrier, AirAsia, has partnered with mobile app, WorldKoins, to allow travellers to convert leftover ringgit into WorldKoins credits that can be used to shop at various participating merchants.
The Wrap: WorldKoins lets AirAsia guests convert leftover currency into credits for shopping or good cause - WITIn The News: WorldKoins partners with AirAsia in conversion of leftover currency; movable kiosks for fast check-in at Hong Kong airport; Maxim's Travel's new branded mobile app STARTUPS: WorldKoins lets AirAsia guests convert leftover currency into credits for shopping or good cause Collecting leftover coins and currency from travellers to donate to a choice of causes is not a new venture, as many startups in various parts of the world have launched apps or machines to do just that.
WorldKoins-Air Asia Partnership: Aims To Get Rid of Leftover Foreign CurrencyWorldKoins is a mobile app operated by Appykoins Sdn. Bhd, which allows leftover currency to be converted to eGift cards and vouchers, which can be used to shop online from mobile phones. WorldKoins is working in collaboration with AirAsia to offer this service to all travellers who fly on board selected flights from Kuala Lumpur.
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Foreign Change-Converting Apps : Leftover foreign currenciesLeftover foreign currencies - For those travelers who have accumulated some leftover foreign currencies from previous trips and are wondering what to do with it, WorldKoins is a...
AirAsia passengers can now convert leftover ringgit to shopping credit - Business Traveller - The leading magazine for frequent flyersTravellers to Malaysia flying with AirAsia can now convert any leftover Malaysian Ringgit they have at the end of their trip to credits that can be used for online shopping using a new app. Named Worldkoins, the newly launched app can be used to get digital vouchers that can be used to make purchases on platforms such as Skype, iTunes, Google Play and Grab.
Business Traveller - The leading magazine for frequent flyers
A Review of WorldKoins - An app to make use of your leftover travel foreign currency. -Working on Top Voted Apps, I see many startups come out with new apps that may look nice but don't actually solve any problems. WorldKoins is an app that does solve a problem and one that has bugged travellers for years and years. What do you do with your leftover coins and cash?
Worldkoins Turns Your Leftover Foreign Change Into Usable CurrencyI move to a new country every three to nine months, which I know sounds kind of... Insane, to most people. But I work online, I don't have a house, I don't have kids, and my boyfriend and I both feel like this is the time travel because: Why not?
Stuck with leftover foreign change at the airport? Now there's an app for thatIf you're a frequent traveler, you can attest to the fact that there's nothing more annoying than leaving the airport with a bunch of leftover cash. You're not sure when you'll come back to this country so the money is probably worthless. Going to a currency exchange booth isn't a viable option because they don't accept coins.
Tech in AsiaOsman Husain