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💸 USDC, 🤝 community engagement, and 🗣️ events season

USDC cash out will be available for users across the globe starting later this month.

March 3, 2023

New cash out updates are on the way

In the spotlight

USDC cash out incoming

Yesterday we were delighted to announce that USDC cash out will be available for users across the globe starting later this month.

Users will be able to withdraw USDC on all blockchains we support—Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, and Near. 

USDC cash out has been one of the most highly-requested features from our community since RECUR launched, and we’ve been working behind the scenes to make it happen.

We’re passionate about making web3 simple and accessible for everyone and will continue to bring even more payment and cash out options to RECUR. 

Stay tuned for the soon-to-be-announced release date.  

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Community engagement 🤝 web3 innovation

Web3 promises to transform the internet as we know it and NFTs are emerging as a critical technology enabling that transformation.

Businesses can foster community by creating spaces where individuals can meaningfully connect and interact. 

But where do you start if you’re just beginning to learn about this new frontier?

We explore the 4 key ways NFTs can empower businesses of all sizes to engage their communities and new and innovative ways. 

ICYMI: Near 

Last week, we announced the next blockchain to be integrated across RECUR products: Near. 🌐

This partnership will have two main impacts:

  1. It will give the entire Near ecosystem of brands and developers access to build on the RECUR platform. 
  2. It will enable the RECUR community to withdraw to and engage with a host of new projects built on Near.

We’re delighted to bring increased interoperability to RECUR and our community. 

Trivia Thursdays: Test your web3 knowledge

Put your web3 knowledge to the test with this week's Trivia Thursday.

What does it mean to be blockchain agnostic?

  1. A decentralized technology that stores, secures, and verifies digital assets and their information.
  2. A person or business’s digital assets are not tied to any particular blockchain but instead can move easily across them.
  3. Connecting a permissioned chain to a public chain.
  4. A distribution method to release a new collection of NFTs.

Check out the answer at the bottom of this email and get ready for next week by reading up on the latest in our web3 101 series.


Your three-bullet summary of happenings from RECUR

Around web3

Event season is here 

Spring is right around the corner, which can only mean one thing in web3: events. 

As the weather warms, folks in the web3 industry shed their parkas and jet to see their peers IRL, listen to industry leaders, and bask in the organized chaos of a trade floor. 

ETH Denver kicked off the season with more events closely following.

In fact, we’ll be live on the ground at the Game Developers Conference in a few weeks, where we look forward to meeting many of you in person. 

Will we see you there?

Feature of the week

Introduction + Jaime Schmidt, BFF

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re introducing a new segment of The RECURring Times: Feature of the week. 

Each week, we’ll highlight someone who’s made strides in making the web3 industry more open and accessible for everyone. 

And we’re thrilled to kick it off by shining the spotlight on Jaime Schmidt from BFF. 

In January 2022, Jaime helped launch BFF, an open-access community with a mission to help women and non-binary people get educated, connected, and empowered in web3. 

BFF’s inaugural collection, You, celebrates the uniqueness of women and non-binary friends across the world, bringing vibrant color and dynamic expression to 10,000 unique pieces. 

Jaime is an entrepreneur, investor, builder of better businesses, and an inspiration to many.   ✨

Wags from RE(P)URrrrr

Featuring the furry friends of RECUR employees.

Trivia Answer:

B. A person or business’s digital assets are not tied to any particular blockchain, but instead can move easily across them.

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