EVAIO Unveils Blockchain Network That Bringing Profits to Drivers Who Save and Share Energy
EVAIO has unveiled their decentralized electric vehicle (EV) application platform that is set to revolutionize payments and bring more profits to drivers who save and share energy.
Speaking about the showcase held at CryptoValley Labs, former Tesla EMEA leader and EVAIO CEO Patrick de Potter said at present the EV industry lacks safe and secure digital payment solutions that are cross-brand compatible. According to him EVAIO brings that solution while also rewarding drivers for the valuable data they generate.
He said they're building applications that will reshape the future of driver interaction with the EV and self-driving vehicle market. Patrick said it's an exciting opportunity for them to present these applications in Zug, the center of the crypto blockchain revolution.
The CryptoValley Labs Sponsored by Uotton, a high-end Swiss e-commerce company aiming to deliver luxury personal goods to China using 3D printers, also had guests from IBM, Google Swiss and Forbes magazine in attendance.
At the event, EVAIO presented their vision, roadmap, and team for audience to learn from and meet the individuals bringing real-world applications for blockchain technology.
Raymond Lau, Chief Blockchain Development Officer of EVAIO pointed out that EVAIO lays the foundations for the autonomic driving industry through their digital application, pushing aside the need for drivers to carry a hard wallet or cash.
Other members of the EVAIO team, many of whom are former Tesla employees, shared their experience in the EV industry to give participants a visual reality of the self-driving EV future and the solutions needed to take technology to the next level.
EV owners will be rewarded for selling their data and also have access to peer-to-peer charging stations regardless of the brand of vehicle they use through the EVAIO mobile application.
Those in attendance at the event also learned how blockchain technology will be used to monetize EV data so that drivers can profit from their usage information instead of giving it away for free in the one-way data economy bedeviling users of digital applications and networks today.