Gems are digital currency that you can use to buy stuff from online stores and local businesses. When people enjoy your content, they don’t just give you a heart, they give you Gems. Think of the classic “thumbs-up”, or “like”, but a million times better. “Likes” don’t buy you a coffee, but gems do!
How do Gems work?
Imagine “likes” and digital currency had a baby – that’s the inspiration behind Gems. When someone enjoys your content, they can give you Gems for it, and those Gems get stored in your Yuser Wallet. You can then spend them on products in the Marketplace so you can support the businesses you love while saving some cash!
What is the marketplace?
The Marketplace is where you can find all of the stores we’re partnered with that offer products for Gems. Simply open the app and navigate to the Marketplace tab, and you’ll see all the options you have for spending your Gems.
Can I cash my Gems for dollars?
While Gems have a fixed dollar value (10,000 Gems = $1), they are not redeemable for cash. They provide a way to treat yourself or even help supplement your income with digital rewards, so you can save more cash for a rainy day. This allows as many stores as possible to offer their products in the Marketplace, giving you more options for how to spend your Gems!
When will there be stores to spend my Gems on?
We just launched so stores are coming soon.
Are people buying my content with Gems?
Nope! Gems are a sign of appreciation and support, not a purchase agreement. You are the owner of your content no matter how many Gems someone gifts you. If you want to sell your content , check out our NFT section below.
Is there a limit to how many Gems I can earn?
Nope! Your Yuser wallet has the capacity to hold as many Gems as your followers can possibly give you!
Is there a limit to how many Gems I can spend?
ALL of your Gems are spend-able. The only limits that exist are store specific. For instance, you may be able to redeem a product-for-Gems offer once a day, once a week, or once a month, depending on the business. Each store sets this limit for themselves, and includes it in their product listings.