Wedding Prosperity Dance with QR Code and GCash Instead of Cash Went Viral
A newlywed couple went viral on social media after their wedding prosperity dance uses modern technology to received money from their visitors.
Nowadays, there are mobile applications that will serve as your virtual banking where you deposit your money via e-load and you can pay your bills, account loans and many more without going outside of your house. So it is no wonder that other important traditions that involve money, are being used by modern technology to make them easier to do.
Recently, a Facebook netizen named AI Martinez shared a hi-tech wedding prosperity dance or otherwise known as money dance. But instead of putting money into the wedding gown, attendees also have the option to donate money through their mobile devices.
LED monitors flash two types of money transfer modes that can be done in case the attendees have no cash. First is via electronic money remittance GCash. Only by entering the bride and groom’s cellphone number with the application will they be able to transfer the money to them.
There is also a QR code on the screen for online banking transactions. By the time anyone scans the QR code with their BPI Mobile Banking application, they will also be able to instantly transfer the money to the bride and groom.
Money transfer in these types of transactions is real-time, so it’s almost like a traditional money dance. The money went straight to the couple’s savings account, which is why many netizens say the new husband and wife’s strategy is awesome.
Al’s post reached just over 18,000 reactions, 2,300 comments, and 13,000 shares two days after uploading. Many netizens say they get a great idea for their wedding.
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