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Introduction to Fewer Cards

Welcome, this documentation will guide you through how to use fewer cards. Fewer Cards is a new type of card that gives people the ability to exchange data quickly through the use of mobile devices.

Overview

Fewer Cards is a tool for helping people exchange data. The data might be contact information, a social media profile or even a digital currency address for payments. It is easy to tap or scan Fewer Cards to send data to mobile devices.
Fewer Cards Introduction

Why is Fewer Cards necessary?

  • We all are constantly sharing our social media profile information, job titles, companies, bios, addresses, payment details, text messages, phone numbers and email addresses. Traditional business cards can become cluttered with that amount of information. Fewer Cards removes the clutter and gives people a way to have the information sent directly the mobile device without user error.
  • The traditional business card are handed to a recipient however many business cards can become lost or the recipient may not be able to read the contents of the business card because they are visually impaired. Fewer Cards can resolve many issues of traditional business card exchanges because the data from the Fewer Cards makes it possible to put more detailed information in one card. When Fewer Cards is transmitted to the mobile device it is easier for the recipient to keep the information and to follow up.

What the type of cards?

There are three types of cards:
  1. 1.
    Personal Card - The Personal Card has contact information encoded into the QR code and NFC chip on the card. When a user scans or taps the Personal Card with their mobile device it will cause the user's device to save the contact information into the contacts app on the mobile device.
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    SMS Card - The SMS Card smart business card makes it simple to start texting, collect phone numbers for SMS campaigns, and share contact information with a scan or a tap. The SMS Card is the fastest way to connect where both the card holder and the recipient connect instantly.
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    Social Media Card - The Social Media Card has a social media url or web address url encoded into the QR code and NFC chip on the card. When a user scans or taps the Social Media Card with their mobile device it will cause the user's device to open the web browser on the mobile device or navigate to a corresponding application that is related to the url that is encoded on the card.
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    Digital Currency Card - The Digital Currency Card has a wallet address URI encoded into the QR code and NFC chip on the card. If the user has a corresponding digital currency wallet app installed on their device the card can be scanned or tapped to the Digital Currency Card with the mobile device. This will cause the user's mobile device to navigate the corresponding digital currency wallet app and populate the payment field with the corresponding wallet address.
Fewer Cards is the next evolution of the Business Card. Let's get started you will learn how to use Fewer Cards like a pro! 🙌