Blockchain platform to connect independent domestic workers and customers at no cost

A company that empowers service workers and helps them become entrepreneurs plans to replace its application with a new Blockchain platform, helping suppliers

Crafty will first go to Brazil, but thinks its market can transform the "extremely inefficient" service sector in the world by providing a larger proportion of income to the self-employed.

"Decent Working Conditions Everywhere"

The founders of Crafty have already tested their concept through an app called Diaríssima, which was launched in 2016. The company described this as a minimum viable product (MVP) because it focused solely on connecting household cleaners to paying customers.

After opening his business in São Paulo, Diaríssi The company expanded my nationwide and now has tens of thousands of customers and service providers, the states of the society.

Crafty, Diaríssima's replacement, is to dramatically increase the number of services offered and the opportunities listed in his white paper include cooks, tutors, nannies, caregivers, gardeners and conductors. All this will be based on a Blockchain-based system where trust is established with each interaction between customers and suppliers.

This allows independent workers, who will use the platform free of charge, to take advantage of their reputation. With time, Crafty plans to use artificial intelligence (AI) to offer "meaningful recommendations" to potential customers seeking service providers.

Crafty hopes to tackle five of the 17 sustainable development goals established by the United Nations, one of which is "Ending Poverty in All Its Forms." The company believes that its lack of fees will result in higher usage frequencies, create more equitable conditions where prices will be harder to dictate conditions everywhere. "

First Brazil, then the world

Crafty is determined to tackle a few hurdles.Among them, the fact that, at first glance, a flat -forming using cryptocurrency seems to be an unusual choice in a country where 40% of the adult population does not have a bank account (according to a study by the Instituto Popular Data)., virtual accounts, including debit cards, would allow Crafty users to receive money and open it to 55 million Brazilians and make cryptocurrency accessible to people of all socio-economic backgrounds.

(CFTY) in local commerce by negotiating partnerships with business groups and claims that this would allow token holders to access prepaid credit for everyday items such as mobile phones and electronics

Portuguese, but the company says that the design of its platform means translation into other languages ​​is easy.

Once a 45-day ICO ends on April 9, the company plans a massive promotional campaign to attract new users, and much of its funding goes to marketing . A virtual wallet should be integrated into the Crafty accounts by September 2018. Additional services that providers can offer will be added every few months, with the platform predicting that 150 professions will be covered by March 2020.

The company is convinced that its idea can improve the lives of workers in the service sector around the world and plans to expand internationally in the years to come. Finally, he hopes that market imperfections will be eliminated, which will help increase incomes and allow more people to access a healthy, comfortable and financially secure life.

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