Chope will be rolling out a brand new loyalty programme and all of the features will be available by 05 November 2018. The new loyalty programme will be a five-tier-based one and it is based on the number of fulfilled reservations that you make each year. Chope has also introduced a more definite stand on the expiration of Chope-Dollars - they will expire at the end of the following year (e.g. if you earn Chope-Dollars in 2018, they will expire on 31 December 2019).
At the time of writing, I am not too what sure what the differences between a ‘Bronze’ member and a regular ‘Member’ are but it does seem like you do not get a real benefit until you hit 15 fulfilled reservation - you will then get 25% more Chope-Dollars with each reservation. Platinum members are you would expect, get the most Chope-Dollars but you will have to hit 55 fulfilled reservation each year - that is slightly over one reservation in each week of the year.
If you registered for a Chope account in Singapore, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Bali, Bangkok, or Phuket, your reservations in any of these cities will count towards your membership status - this means to say that if you have created a Chope account in Singapore, your reservations in Hong Kong, Jakarta, Bali, Bangkok and Phuket will still earn you your Chope-Dollars, you will get your elite bonus multiplier (if applicable) and they will all count towards the the requirements for elite status each year. There is currently no devaluation to the Chope-Dollar to Dining/Miles ratio but I will let you know if I notice any changes.