Vanywhere: The #1 Skill-sharing platform, Backed by Qtum



  • Introduction

    Hi dears, another interesting project is being started. First of all, for who missed previous entry, what's a cryptocurrency? To be fast and concise, it is a digital medium of exchange. And the next question would be... What's your use? It is also easy to guarantee the security, integrity and balance of your financial statements by means of a network of agents (segmented file transfer or multisource file transfer) that verify (untrust) each other called miners, which are, for the most part, general public and actively protect the network (the web) by maintaining a high rate of algorithm processing, in order to have the opportunity to receive a small tip, which is distributed randomly.

    All this racket of cryptomoney has been increasing exponentially, however, most people know nothing about how blockchain technology works, what a smart contract is and how it could be used. For this very reason, I will first of all carefully introduce this type of block chain technology.

    Blockchain is a decentralized general ledger. It is a computer network that has an identical copy of the database and changes its status (records) to a common agreement based on pure mathematics. All this means that there is no need for any central server or any entity we trust (e.g. central bank, notaries, banks, paypal, etc.). The blockchain is the technological basis for all cryptomontages, whether Bitcoin, Ethereum, Hyperledger, etc.

    An important part of the blockchain is the smart contracts, a piece of code that is stored in the blockchain network (in each participant's database). It basically defines the conditions to which all parties using the contract agree. Therefore, if the required conditions are met, certain actions are executed. Because the smart contract is stored on all computers on the network, everyone must run it and get the same result. This way users can be sure that the result is correct.

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    After this brief introduction to the broad topic of Blockchain and Smart Contracts, we can already see that this technology opens many doors to new decentralized businesses and eliminates the need for expensive third parties. Many new companies are now working on this technology, and large companies are testing it in closed networks to collaborate directly with each other without the need for intermediaries. For that reason, there is a lot of projects that are starting to use this new technology. However, not all of them are worth it. We have to read well what each project is dedicated to, what is its whitepaper, its qualified advisors, etc. As I said, blockchain technology has gained popularity due to the hype about cryptocurrencies which has shaken many startups to launch their own cryptocurrencies even without convincing fundamentals. This trend has emerged because new entrants have been more agile in adopting emerging technologies compared to incumbents who are hampered by legacy systems. However, this competitiveness and this advantage enjoyed by the new players may be short-lived, as no economies of scale are taken into account.

    For this reason, the project I am going to present you is Vanywhere, a live skills exchange platform that instantly connects people who seek and offer skills, so you can get customized results tailored to your needs. All interactions occur through live video, voice and chat or offline concerts for freelance projects.

    Definition

    Believing in face-to-face talk, listening and responding in real time, and therefore in the power of human interactions, Vanywhere(VANY) (https://vanywhere.com/) is a rpoject, which has created a block-based platform that changes the way people interact with each other and their skills, and gives them a different way of looking for personalized services and how they are provided. To make this possible, Vanywhere creates a path to those skills for those who need them and empowers people from all over the world to share their passions and time and be rewarded with tokens.. Goals The main objective of Vanywhere is to be an integral ecosystem of skill exchange capable of revolutionizing the way people seek and receive solutions, providing a single address for any type of need, from live advice to independent projects, online education, etc., replacing the options existing by a more intuitive, interactive and complete solution.

    How it works The application has a simple mechanism. First of all, users find a Skiller who meets their requirements in order to get the best personalized advice, answers and solutions. Previously, users can choose the way to connect, where they may select via video, voice, chat, etc. Then, the VANY tokens must be transferred seamlessly, and finally, users can leave a review and rate they Skillers. All working programme are described in the below image.

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    Roadmap

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    Airdrop

    The project gives the opportunity to earn Vanywhere (VANY) tokens performing some social media tasks and doing simple steps from the bounty program explained into Bitcointalk. Here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2447344.0) you can access to the link in order to see what are the conditions to become an early VANY contributor and start acquiring tokens.

    Doesn't that sound interesting? If you are interested in this airdrop or basically in the ICO, you can read their Whitepaper here (https://vanywhere.com/WhitePaper_en.pdf). You can also stay tuned in their official Telegram group (https://t.me/vanywhere). I hope you liked the post and soon I'll send you new ones.

    Extra details

    Token: VANY Platform: Qtum Type: QRC20 ICO price: 1 VANY= 0.05 USD Tokens for sale: 400,000,000

    Author Details

    Telegram username: @clauming

    Bitcointalk username: adriaparcerisas

    Bitcointalk profile link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1870482

    Ethereum address: 0xC6AB45541006D53D31E25b41c7d245c5Ad99BF71 


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