Beta Is Now Live for Starbucks Odyssey on Polygon

The beta version of Starbucks Odyssey is now available for public use on the Polygon (MATIC) blockchain whose popularity continues to surge.

Polygon and Starbucks announced their partnership in September so that Polygon could create the Web3-powered Starbucks Odyssey. The beta version is now available for public use.

Expanding on the existing Starbucks Rewards loyalty program, Starbucks Odyssey provides its members access to even more enticing perks and experiences. ‘Members are given the opportunity to take part in what are known as “Journeys,” which are a series of fun and participatory activities. 

Completing a Journey will reward members with collectible “Journey Stamps” (NFTs) and Odyssey Points, which can be used for exclusive perks and one-of-a-kind coffee experiences. 

A small number of people on the waitlist have been asked to try out the beta, but you can still sign up

A previous release stated that the cooperation would improve the Web3-powered Starbucks experience by allowing Starbucks Rewards loyalty programme members and U.S.-based Starbucks associates “to earn and purchase digital collectible stamps in the form of NFTs.”

In the beginning of the next year, members will also be able to use the Odyssey market to purchase one-of-a-kind “Limited-Edition Stamps.” 

Designed by Starbucks partners (workers), the Limited-Edition stamps will recreate a new dimension of the company by weaving together visual elements of Starbucks’s past, present, and future into stunning, layered pieces of artwork.

The members of Starbucks Odyssey may rest assured that their Web3 experiences are supported by one of the most eco-friendly blockchains available. 

Polygon has already compensated the cumulative CO2 debt from its network, and it has pledged to become carbon zero by the end of 2022.

Polygon Usage Is Growing

Some of the most significant Web3 projects, such as DeFi protocols like Aave, Uniswap V3, NFT marketplaces OpenSea, and Mark Cuban’s Lazy.com, have their origins in Polygon due to the technical prowess of the network and the dedication of its team to sustainability. This is why Adobe, Stripe, and Robinhood have all made Polygon their default Web3 entry point.