Nigeria, 19th Apr 2023 – To celebrate the launch of the new referral system, the African Web3 platform Cassava Network is hosting a Referral Competition with a total rewarding pool of up to $100,000.

Cassava, a Web3 platform for users to earn rewards by carrying out simple online tasks, and for brands to build communities and reach millions of customers has launched its referral system, which allows users to earn rewards when they invite their friends to join the platform.

To celebrate this new and much-anticipated feature, Cassava Network is hosting a Referral Competition with a total prize pool of up to $100,000 from April 17th to April 30th. Cassava Referral Competition is an engagement and loyalty rewards event. The main objective of the campaign is to incentivise users who invite their friends to join the Cassava platform.


1. The campaign has a total reward pool of $100,000 with an unlocking mechanism dependent on the number of participants. The more the number of event participants, the larger the reward pool.

2. All Cassava Network users who have completed the account verification process are eligible to participate in the campaign. It takes at least one successful invitation to become a qualified participant. Every participant who successfully refers to more than one new user will be rewarded.

3. To participate in the competition, the users must download Cassava Network App to get their referral link and invite their friends using their referral link. The more friends they invite, the higher they will rank on the leaderboard.

1) Google Play

2) App Store

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