Shared mobility services such as Uber and Lyft have fought since their genesis with unresolved issues regarding individual national public transport regulations and, above all, the contractual and economic treatment of drivers. Today, however, blockchain-based solutions can offer new opportunities to both drivers and service users.
The startup Arcade City, a transportation company on call from Austin, Texas, retains a percentage of the tariffs applied to the customer and facilitates all management and administrative operations through a system based on the technology of block chains.
However, it allows the driver to independently determine the amount and method of payment of the financial transaction, unlike most mobile sharing operators.
In addition, the company also predicted to connect drivers who plan the same route, as well as passengers who have the same need, online.
MOBI (Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative), was launched by 30 founding members that also include Bosch, Berkeley, FETCH.ai, Hyperledger, IBM and Iota.
The group aims to make transport safer and more accessible using blockchain technology.
BMW, General Motors, Ford, Renault and Hionda among the big automotive names that will contribute to explore the potential of BC in the world of mobility cars.
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