Place/Date: Athens, Greece - November 15th, 2017 at 1:50 pm UTC · 4 min read
Contact: Ekaterina Svetlova, Source: MyTrackNet
MyTrackNet platform connects the owners of Bluetooth tracking devices of any manufacturer into a global unified network for scanning for lost items, overcoming competitive restrictions, and also using crypto tokens based on one of the fastest growing blockchain platform, Waves, for payments and rewards for finding lost items. The MyTrackNet mobile application will enter the market at the end of 2017 with its’ Alpha version, and will facilitate the issuance and distribution of the system tokens between November 28th and December 22th of 2017, via a public ICO.
The goal of the platform is to create a network with a wide geographical coverage, which will include both users of Bluetooth trackers of different manufacturers and people without trackers taking advantage of the manual enquire feature which is working by providing a photo, a description and the last known location of a lost item/person/pet. The universal integration of MyTrackNet with trackers of any brand and the scheme that rewards users effortlessly solves one of the key problems in this market – the separated and sporadic CrowdGPS networks.
Any member of the MyTrackNet platform can submit an inquiry for a lost item/person or pet, which will always be free of charge. However, a user will be given the option to issue a bounty in the form of a reward within the platform for the user who will assist in locating their lost item. In this way, the amount of users who will be willing to help in finding a lost item will greatly increase with the reward given, since there will be a reward in the form of tokens or fiat currency.
The platform will also be rewarding the users who passively contribute to the network by allowing their mobile Bluetooth-enabled device to scan for lost items in the background while they go about their day, moving around the city or industrial areas. This will expand the capabilities and the efficiency of the network even farther.
The MyTrackNet platform is aiming to attract individuals from over 20 million users of Bluetooth tracking devices, most notably from the three top-selling tracking brands as well as everyday users who are looking for an extra income. In addition, small suppliers of these devices, which currently amount to about 25 companies, will be integrated into the system as well.
The scanning capabilities of the devices is also expected to increase more than four times since the new Bluetooth 5 has already been implemented into the latest smartphones, which allows users to find a lost item from a distance of up to 100 meters.
Using MyTrackNet Tokens (MTN) the users will be able to provide a bonus for finding lost items, subscribe to premium features of the service, and buy trackers and various other products from the partners of MyTrackNet. The platform will provide an opportunity to advertise products and services of external partners to the audience of its’ users for MTN. The total amount of tokens is planned to be 100,000,000.
The Pre-ICO will see 11,000,000 MTN tokens made available, for a price of $0.06/MTN. Contributors can use Bitcoin, Waves, Litecoin, and Ethereum to take part in the ICO, with contributors in Waves receiving a 20% bonus to their balance.
Dimitris is the co-owner of MicroMedica Diagnostic Clinic, where he also works as an Executive Assistant. In the meantime, he is an undergraduate medical student. As a blockchain enthusiast, he decided to start MyTrackNet based on the blockchain technology, where he introduces and implements his innovative ideas.
Prof. Marc Jansen started in holding a master’s degree in Mathematics and a PhD in Computer Science. He is currently researching different aspects of blockchain based technologies and cryptocurrencies. He is a well known member of the Waves community (@hawky) with many contributions. Marc is one of the cofounders of the wavesgo node
Dimitrios holds a master’s degree in Pharmacy and he is skilled in sales and customer service. He is experienced in Business Administration and Problem Solving. He is currently studying Business Administration in Health Economics and Health Services Administration with financial assessment.
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