A Fusion of DAV and XYO Network: How One Transportation Network is Serving the Needs of Every Vehicle
A little over a decade ago, the inception of a radical, revolutionizing company completely transformed how the public transportation industry works. That company, in particular, was Uber. The genius idea behind Uber was a seemingly impossible-to-implement notion that involved peer-to-peer economical sharing of cars. What is the same could be implemented on a cryptocurrency/blockchain space?
⚠️ New partnership announcement⚠️
We've teamed up with DAV Network, a company that is a perfect combination of Uber and autonomous vehicles🚙🚛
— XYO (@OfficialXYO) March 11, 2019
Enter DAV. The objective of the developers behind the DAV Network is to come up with an elegant peer-to-peer transportation industry that is powered by blockchain and runs on the DAV token. Unlike with Uber, with DAV, you can easily communicate directly with your assigned driver. The driver, on the other side of the spectrum, keeps almost 100% of whatever money they make when taking you from point A to point B instead of having to share the loot with the app developers. All one just needs to do is purchase DAV tokens and the rest of it is taken care of, internally.
However, the real functionality of this network comes to life when the concept of manned deliveries comes to the picture. According to the operating algorithm, manned deliveries here are simply decentralized, therefore, you can receive or send out that package with just one simple tap or click of a button. Drone delivers – under unmanned deliveries – has also received a huge boost in the era of DAV.
What's more, a user's tokens can be used to recharge the electrical system of the scooter or drone that is making delivery instead of waiting until the driver or the supplier loads it up. Finally, these DAV tokens are designed to directly to the drone's digital money wallet immediately the task is completed. The completion of the task, just in case you are wondering, is usually based on the complete adherence of the rules of the smart contract that was initially created particularly for this very mission.
In other words, the unveiling of the DAV network has made delivery and transportation incredibly accessible to all and sundry. The XYO, in this arrangement, is being integrated as an important means of verifying the proof of location whenever people are being dropped off or picked up along a given network line. There is little doubt that this kind of arrangement is primed to take over the industry from conventional players in a few years’ time.