Rent24, a global co-working and co-living solution provider launches PRIMARY on the EOS Platform
BERLIN- Rent24 offers co-working and co-living solutions to small business companies, startups, founders and freelancers. This company is in the process of developing an EOS platform wherein users can connect, promote services, can share knowledge and can apply for funding as well. The platform will use Artificial Intelligence to create synergies between the users by analyzing and matching their skills, suggesting tasks and rewarding activities. These rewards can be further used for the distinct goods and services offered by rent24, ranging from hotels and restaurants to car sharing and shopping complexes. The platform will function as a form of blackboard where tasks will be given which has to be completed by fellow members. In this process, the users will be rewarded with tokens along with a status, in order to improve their positioning in the internal ranking system.
Robert Bukvic, founder and CEO of rent24, says:
All users have equal opportunities to use the platform “ not only locally, but also globally. The level of reward that users send each other will be determined by the community itself. They determine what value to allocate to a service. Our Bricks & Clicks approach is creating a global community in its purest form by merging our physical locations with a decentralized digital platform.
Damian Leich, co-founder and CMO, adds:
Our platform functions as a link between the digital and the real world. Everybody can join, either as a member or as an alliance partner. It offers tangible benefits for every user.
Token Sale for platform begins in August
rent24 is launching its Token Sale for the PRIMARY token on August 1. The objective is to achieve sales of 500 million US dollars. The number of coworking spaces worldwide almost doubled between 2015 and 2017 according to recent studies. rent24 will continue to expand internationally, the current 35 locations on three continents will grow to over 120 by the end of next year. Besides coworking and co-living spaces, the company operates several restaurant chains and a gym concept.
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