P2P Rideshare to Utilize Blockchain for Digital Payments

  • Natalie Mattila
  • April 3, 2017
Blockchain technology is spreading into the auto industry, offering up several use-cases from auto financing to supply chain tracking. And now the distributed ledger technology will be used for ridesharing, to allow drivers and riders to securely share information through decentralized networks, eliminating intermediaries. Pool My Ride, a startup peer-to-peer rideshare, will utilize blockchain technology […]

Rideshare Looks to Blockchain for Truly Decentralized Sharing Economy

  • Diana Asatryan
  • January 13, 2017
The sharing economy has made it possible to “share” virtually anything: from cars, homes, loans, to doghouses (yes, that’s a real thing, check out Rover or DogVacay). Considered the trendsetter by many, Uber (see “uberization”) became synonymous with the notion of sharing economy, where consumers and service providers communicate among each other, on their own […]

Rideshare on Ethereum Relaunches Next Week

  • Diana Asatryan
  • May 26, 2016
Earlier this year, both Uber and Lyft drivers across the country experienced severe rate cuts, reportedly down by as much as 40%. That’s when Christopher David – an Uber driver himself at the time – saw an opportunity for a decentralized, driver-owned rideshare. Think of Arcade City as Uber on Ethereum. At its launch, the […]