Gathering separate mobility services into a single incentive-based blockchain mobility ecosystem to ensure data transparency
MVL (pronounced “em-buh l”, Mass Vehicle Ledger) is a Singapore-based blockchain mobility ecosystem company set to revolutionize the way the mobility industry and its related services are connected by allowing for the transparent sharing of a mobility lifetime data.
The MVL Ecosystem does this by recording all core data related to driving, accidents, repairs and any other mobility-related transactions on the blockchain. Participants can access this via the MVL mobile application, connecting all businesses, services, and people in the mobility industry. It will also solve the problems faced by consumers in the existing regulation-based mobility ecosystem where information is often fragmented, misleading and worst of all, inaccurate.
Kay Woo, Founder of MVL, said, “Building trust in the traditional used-car trade industry has always been difficult. A car owner has no way of proving that his or her car has been highly maintained and get a good price. On the other hand, the potential buyer has no way of checking if the repair history is accurate. Therefore, with MVL, data transparency is key as it ensures that information exchanged is accurate and trustworthy.”
Solving Long-Standing Problems in the Automobile Industry Through Blockchain
With the advancement of technology, more players are entering the mobility industry – from cab drivers to mechanics and used-car dealers. This has grown to include various digital innovations related to repair, insurance, carpooling and ride-hailing. Within this complex ecosystem, MVL has identified three main issues within the industry to tackle:
- Regulation based vehicle industry – Leading to a lack of motivation for people to drive well, as the baseline is simply not to get caught.
- Independent tech-based ride-hailing services within the market – This benefits investors, shareholders and founders most, although it is drivers and users who fuel the services’ growth.
- Disconnectedness of various platforms (e.g. different ride-sharing apps globally) – These inconveniences consumers as they are not able to cross platforms and access their data.
By applying the blockchain technology which tracks a vehicle’s activity and continuously collect data, MVL addresses these issues through gathering transparent data becomes the foundation which leads to a higher level of trust in the industry. For example, mechanic shops and individual mechanics who provide good service and record repair data accurately will receive incentives. Moreover, professional or regular drivers will be fairly rewarded for driving safely and recording driving data. Subsequently, since customers who want to buy used cars can see its maintenance, repair, and driving data, they will be less concerned about being overcharged as there is clear data on the car’s state.
Participants in the ecosystem who provide data will receive MVL Points (MVP), a reward system used to encourage contribution to the ecosystem. The MVL Points collected by these participants can be converted into MVL Coins (the cryptocurrency used in the MVL Ecosystem). Participants can actively trade in this trust-based ecosystem to allow the value of MVL coins to increase accordingly.
Kay added, “MVL practices a distributed economy, or deconomy, where safe drivers, friendly chauffeurs, honest mechanics and other diligent data providers are fairly rewarded. In the future, MVL plans to broaden its horizons to connect services such as bike or motorcycle sharing services and collect different types of data.”
MVL is under the full ownership of easi6. Over the past five years, easi6 has been providing online & offline connection (O2O) services to travel agencies, car rental companies and taxis in 10 major Asian countries including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea and Vietnam.
Easi6 participated as an O2O traffic service provider in the ‘Go PyeongChang’ app, a traffic information app for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games, providing convenient access to the visitors and staff. Also, Kay Woo, CEO of MVL/Easi6 was awarded by South Korea’s Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport for his contribution to the development of land transportation last December.
The MVL pre-ICO will begin on 26 April 2018.
MVL (MVL Foundation Pte. Ltd) is a new incentive-based blockchain mobility ecosystem. It records key data such as transactions, movements, accidents, and maintenance of people and vehicles in many fields, connecting them together in a single ecosystem. MVL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of easi6 and is a Singapore private limited company. Over the past four years, MVL has acquired the know-how to provide mobility O2O services to travel agencies, car rental companies, taxis in major Asian countries such as China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea and Vietnam.
For complete information, please visit: https://mvlchain.io/