Experty Proof Of Care is a calling app powered by the Ethereum blockchain where users can get paid for their expertise. Find out more today in our review.
What is Experty Proof Of Care?
Experty Proof Of Care, found online at Experty.io, is a calling app built on the Ethereum blockchain. The goal of Experty is to provide a seamless calling experience while also allowing people to make money from their expertise.
The company was founded by a group of software development experts who were frustrated with the lack of an efficient billing system on traditional calling platforms. Inefficient billing systems discourage a fluid consultation experience on Skype, WhatsApp, and other popular applications.
In other words, Experty Proof Of Care wants to be Skype with accurate, blockchain-based, by-the-minute billing:
“Our vision is to democratize the consulting industry,” explains the official website, “and blockchain technology is the magic ingredient [that’s] making this technically possible.”
The Experty token sale is scheduled to get underway sometime in November or December 2017, although the exact date has not yet been set (a pre-sale is currently underway).
How Does Experty Proof Of Care Work?
Experty Proof Of Care combines blockchain technology with the consulting industry to create a calling app that supports by-the-minute billing.
The goal is to make an app that’s easy to use. Payments are automated during the phone consultation. Refunds and protection are provided by both parties through the use of a smart contract, and no third party payment processor is involved in the transaction. You keep your private keys throughout the transaction.
Experty isn’t just catered to business consultants in the first world. The app is marketing itself to people worldwide – including two billion unbanked people who may be able to provide valuable consulting services, but lack access to conventional education platforms or billing services.
One example is an expert from a country like Venezuela. That expert can monetize their time on the global market – say, by selling their time as a Spanish tutor. Celebrities, coaches, chefs, doctors, lawyers, programmers, and more are other examples of people who could benefit from the platform.
Experty Proof Of Care Features
Experty Proof Of Care emphasizes all of the following features:
Payments are automated and take place behind the scenes during the phone consultation. There’s no need to send an invoice to a client after the conversation is over, then hope they send payment.
Refunds and protection are provided to both parties by the smart contract, and no third party payment process is required. You hold onto your private keys.
A New Economy:
Experts worldwide will be able to access Experty to sell their services online. The platform can be used to sell professional services – like business consulting – or more casual services – like someone in Mongolia helping someone learn Mongolian from halfway across the world.
Experty claims that it will be used by many leaders in the crypto space, “including MME and Bitcoin Suisse”. These partnerships are expected to increase demand for the platform’s EXY currency.
Experty has a working application in place. The alpha launched in November 2017. Not all companies have a working alpha before their ICO. You can watch a demo of the app in action on YouTube here.
Who’s Behind Experty Proof Of Care?
Experty Proof Of Care was founded by Greg Kucmierz, an expert in blockchain technology who discovered bitcoin mining and development in 2012. The company’s second founder, Kamil Przeorski, has been involved with blockchain technology since 2013. Prior to joining the blockchain industry, both founders were experts in software development.
The platform has been in development since April 2017, with the alpha version of the application appearing online in November 2017.
The team is based in Zug, Switzerland.
The Experty Proof Of Care Token Sale
The token sale for EXY tokens begins in Q4 2017. The exact date has not yet been set. The company claims to be releasing the alpha version of their app before the end of November, and it seems likely the ICO will be announced soon after that (this information is accurate up to November 20, 2017).
We do know some details about the ICO already. We know there will be a total of 100 million EXY tokens with a $10 million cap on funds raised. 33% of the total supply is allocated to the crowdsale, 33% to Experty, 30% to partners, and 4% for bounties.
The base price during the token sale will be 1 ETH = 1,000 EXY.
A pre-sale is currently underway, during which the price is 1 ETH = 1,400 EXY. The company is trying to raise $1.5 million during the pre-sale.
The token will be used as a form of payment on the app. Initially, it seemed that Experty tokens were going to be the only form of payment on the app. However, in the interest of user-friendliness, the company has decided to allow users to pay with credit cards, BTC, ETH, and other cryptocurrencies – along with EXY – directly from the Experty app (after all, going to exchanges to buy a token isn’t a very user-friendly experience for an inexperienced internet user).
Experty Proof Of Care Conclusion
Experty Proof Of Care is a calling app where you can get paid in cryptocurrency. The app is built on the Ethereum blockchain, where a smart contract executes all payments automatically once the call is complete. You can buy calls from experts all over the world – from language teachers to business consultants to chefs, celebrities, and more. Overall, Experty is the first calling app powered by the Ethereum blockchain.
To learn more about Experty, visit the platform online at Experty.io. The token sale is taking place in Q4 2017, although an exact date has not yet been announced.