Ticketing Company Uses Selfies As A Barrier To Entry

Ticketing Company Uses Selfies As A Barrier To Entry
technology

TicketLeap's new Selfie Ticket replaces the QR code with the buyer's face.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 24 february 2014

Philadelphia-based online ticket sales and events company TicketLeap is introducing a new service that replaces the QR code on event tickets with the buyer’s face.

The Selfie Ticket is designed for small events and helps organizers build a community around their brand. The service makes attending events more personalized and less robotic or computerized for the party-goers because verifying their tickets simply involves looking at their faces or selfies on their tickets.

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