Have you been exploring QuuBe? We certainly hope you’ve been keeping up to date with the daily auctions. Prized items like the Nintendo Switch, Dyson Supersonic and Fujifilm X100T have gone for as little as ∯1. More deals like these will be put up everyday until the end of January, so keep your app notifications on, and remember to check in daily.

In the meantime, we thought it’d be interesting to highlight some lesser-known features of the QuuBe platform that you may want to know about.

Biometric security

Yes – you can enable fingerprint scanning or facial recognition as an extra authentication step before your purchase order goes through. This is particularly helpful since QuuBe works on a pre-purchased token system. Won’t be that easy for your kids to buy themselves that overpriced toy, even if they get a hold of your phone.

Buy, sell, and ship worldwide!

QuuBe is all about connecting anyone with any interest in doing e-commerce. To fulfill that mission, QuuBe supports shipping to pretty much all major countries around the world. Whether you’re buying from Russia, or selling from the United States, you’ll be able to do your shopping on QuuBe.

The Qprime programme is also available for applicable countries in Southeast Asia!

The Mining Mall

QuuBe isn’t simply a place to spend tokens. You can earn Q*coins for yourself too, without being a seller! We’re talking about our affiliate earning programme, or Mining Mall.

By sharing links tagged with your referral code, you can earn up to 12% of a product’s price, as a reward for successful transactions. To share, tap on this icon at the bottom of your screen on any product listing page.

If you’re that person whom everyone goes to for advice on the best online deals, or if you have a following on Instagram, here’s an excellent opportunity to earn yourself some extra cash!


No, it’s not a type of bird.

Qoo10 depends on customer feedback and delivery receipts before it releases payment to sellers

An escrow means that QuuBe secures and temporarily holds the buyer’s payment, only releasing it to the seller when sufficient proof of the item’s delivery has been presented. On QuuBe and Qoo10, this proof typically comes either from the buyer’s confirmation that the goods have been received in order, or from the delivery company’s proof of delivery.

In this way, QuuBe protects the interests of both buyer and seller.

Wallet top-up options

Aside from the debit and credit card gateways we’re all familiar with – MasterCard, VISA, AMEX – QuuBe also supports Q*coin purchases in a variety of other ways. As part of its mission to be as accessible as possible, QuuBe allows buyers to pay via PayLah!, eNets cash, bank transfer, AXS machines, and over the counter at 7-Eleven stores.

As QuuBe expands, it hopes to replicate this variety of token purchase methods in other developing countries, who may not have as much easy access to credit cards as Singaporeans do. In the meantime, look out for even more methods of purchase here in Singapore.

And those are the 5 things you ought to know about QuuBe. Now that you’re armed with this knowledge, go forth and be a more awesome shopper!