The autorize protocol enables trustless sharing of movable goods, by using a decentralized
arbitration system to determine whether a car, yacht, motorcycle, airplane (etc.) was used as
All physical assets in the protocol will be digitalized on the Ethereum network, opening up a world of possibilities in regard to asset management and ownership.
Every time a movable good is rented, snapshots are taken before and after the rental takes place. The snapshots are automatically pushed to the autorize community, which then votes on whether the movable good has been returned undamaged.
The autorize technology constantly tracks multiple car-relevant metrics related to driving and road conditions. These are then inspected by the community and scored based on several parameters, depending on the type of rental.
The movable good can be situated on a popular location, where it’s more likely to be rented. Hosts on popular locations get compensated in ATR tokens.
is rented out as an easy drive rental, allowing a maximum of 0.5 lateral G-force. Current lateral acceleration is 0.8G, meaning the driver has surpassed the allowed maximum lateral G-force and will therefore get penalized by the community arbiters. The arbiters will lower the renter’s reputation level and increase the price of rental.
is rented out as a normal drive rental, allowing a maximum of 0.7 lateral G-force and is being driven within the limits - no penalties are applied. If the drive finishes with no violations, the blockchain community increases the driver's reputation level and lowers their future rental prices.
Feb 9th 2018
March 15th - June 1st, 2018, 12:00 CET
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Cars&Coffee event in Brescia, Italy
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