Reward Beacons

Reward Beacons

Walkers, Runners, Cyclists and Even Car Drivers Can Earn Triffic Miles. In fact, if you need to move for any reason at all, then Triffic will reward and incentivize you.

Remember the fun and excitement you felt when you played Pokémon Go for the first time? Now imagine that instead of cute little monsters, you’re collecting real rewards with real benefits.

When the user launches Triffic, they see a map of their local area, covered with Reward Beacons. These tend to be caches of Triffic Miles, or special power-ups that help the user in their quest. It's then up to the user to travel to these locations, and collect them before anyone else. Some Reward Beacons contain large amounts of Triffic Miles, and some contain just a few, but one thing they all have in common is that they only stay on the map for a few days at most.

Gold

Gold beacons contain over 50 Triffic Miles, and are the rarest beacons on the map.

Silver

Silver beacons are relatively rare, and contain anywhere between 5 and 50 Triffic Miles.

Bronze

Bronze beacons are, by far, the most common. They contain between 0.25 and 5 Triffic Miles.