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Gifi: Physical Location-Based Gifting

Gifi: Physical Location-Based Gifting
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A remarkable new app was announced this week that lets users leave money for friends at specific physical locations.

Dan Gould
  • 29 september 2010

A remarkable new app was announced at TechCrunch Disrupt this week that lets users leave money for friends at specific physical locations.

TechCrunch explains:

Gifi is a mashup of Foursquare and Venmo. It lets you leave money for people in specific locations, which they can unlock with a Foursquare check-in.

Imagine that you check into your favorite coffee shop on Foursquare and moments later you get a text message informing you that a friend has left you $3 at that location, along with a personal message that he wants you to have a latte on him. Or you can leave the gift for more than one friend and whoever checks in first gets to keep the money.

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TechCrunch: “Leave Money In Real Places For Your Foursquare Friends With Gifi”

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