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Dashing
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Dashing ICO
Ticker: Dashing
ICO start: 2018-06-05 00:00:00
ICO end: 2018-09-05 00:00:00
Price: 1 Dashing = 1.20 USD
Tokens: 891,666 Dashing
Tokentype: ERC20
Hardcap: 891,666 USD
Softcap: 891,666 USD
Platform: Ethereum
Distributed: 8.18%
Minimum: 500 USD

The US home services market is estimated to be worth more than $400 billion annually and is highly fragmented with tens of thousands of small, local, and regional companies competing for customers.

Existing platforms such as Angie’s List, Thumbtack, and Home Advisor operate with a pay-to-bid business model. Vendors are required to pay to place a bid on any project on which they want to work. They believe this business model leaves customers and vendors vulnerable. The vendors are rewarded for underbidding, and customers are required to blindly trust the lowest bidder. They believe this business model is outdated, inefficient, and unfair to everyone involved.

Dashing wants to bring transparency, security, and, most importantly, fairness to the home services industry through the use of blockchain technology.

Description[edit]

The US home services market is estimated to be worth more than $400 billion annually and is highly fragmented with tens of thousands of small, local, and regional companies competing for customers. Existing technological solutions match customers with service providers through a combination of competitive bidding platforms and a matchmaking process based on screening and reviews.
The existing marketplace is plagued by the following challenges: Lack of trust due to misalignment of incentives and imperfect disclosure by companies when matching customers and vendors;  Reviews that are often manipulated, fake, inaccurate, or incomplete; Zero information on transactions where reviews are not left, which could be as high as 90% of all transactions; Consumers currently have two primary options: the increased costs of highly centralized platforms with some ability to protect from negative outcomes, or the lower-cost and limited recourse offered by decentralized platforms; The inability of existing solutions to support ongoing, multi-vendor, multi-touch, or complex transactions.
The Dashing ecosystem was specifically designed to address these issues and consists of the the Dashing Platform (Dashing) and the GetDashing Application (GetDashing). The Dashing Platform uses blockchain technology to automate user verification, reputation management, payment processing, contract life-cycle management, and dispute arbitration. Blockchain technology enables automation, which increases efficiency,
transparency, and trust while reducing costs.
The GetDashing Application (iOS, Android, Web app) will be the first service built on the Dashing Platform and will offer a full-service experience for the home services market. GetDashing will manage all aspects of projects that need to be done around the home and will benefit from the automation provided by the Dashing Platform.

Roadmap[edit]

Q1-Q4 2017: Initial conception of Dashing platform and GetDashing Home Services;
R&D;
Research for underlying public leger application (trust, dispute resolution, smart contract management);
Conceptual development of token platform (waves, ERC20, Bitcoin RSK analysis and selection);
Initial token architecture development.
Q2 2018: White paper release;
Token infrastructure development;
Smart Contract development and testing.
Q3-Q4 2018: Contract audit and platform Audit;
Beta release of GetDashing (application for iOS and backend transaction management);
Initial Launch of GetDashing platform - Top 150 cities by population in the United States;
Smart contract Beta with Audited code.[1]

Team[edit]

name: title: links: group: photo: iss:
Alaxander Villmann Co-Founder, CEO https://www.linkedin.com/in/alaxander/ Alaxander Villmann photo 3.4
Richard Sherman Co-Founder, COO https://www.linkedin.com/in/risherman/ Richard Sherman photo 3.4
Ashleigh Maxfield Marketing Director, Head of Customer Experience https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleighmaxfield/ Ashleigh Maxfield photo 3.4
Andrew Wozniak Technical Account Manager https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-wozniak-b2345879/ Andrew Wozniak photo 3.4
Ryan Ahern Director of Business Development https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-ahern-a0706b23/ Ryan Ahern photo 3.4
Matthew Scherer Associate at LittlerMenselson P.C. Advisors Matthew Scherer photo 3.4
M. Kristian Selders ITSM Business Process Consultant atContender Solutions Advisors M. Kristian Selders photo 3.4
Mike Voris Account Executive atObjectRocket Advisors Mike Voris photo 3.4
Dale Lovett President/CEO atLovett, Inc. Advisors Dale Lovett photo 3.4

External links[edit]

Dashing on Twitter
Dashing on Telegram
Dashing on Facebook
Dashing on Medium
Dashing on Bitcointalk
Dashing Official Website
Dashing Whitepaper

Sources[edit]

  1. https://getdashing.com/

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