RideNode: The Blockchain-Based Transportation Digital Currency

RideNode is the first digital token that can be used to RideNode™ (RIDE) is the Original American Ride and Transportation Blockchain and Virtual Currency. The RideNode token based on the ERC-20 promises to provide a better alternative to customers with zero per cent commission and use of the blockchain to reduce middlemen.

RideNode would work through the BayRide Mobile app where it can be used as the payment currency for the transport service used by a customer. There is no commission charged by the company to the drivers for the use of its platform. Customers pay directly to the driver, contrary to the current model where customers pay to the company and the company pays part of the trip to the driver.

In the event that a customer searches for a trip in a particular area using BayRide services, he first downloads the price of his ride from traditional service providers such as Uber and Lyft. a lower price for the journey and the customer can decide if the price is acceptable in fact.

The company also plans to create a fake screenshot tool that users could try to transmit to get discounts on the rides. The aim is to create a common market for users and drivers with better quality of service and effective pricing.

The public sale: IEO:

The public sales of the token started on August 10th and will be continued till January 8th, 2020. The current IEO sale is for 2.5 billion tokens valued at 0.04 USD.

The IEO will be conducted in 4 sessions starting on 22nd November and ends on 6th December. Customers can buy a minimum of 1000 RIDE token against BTC, ETH, USD, and USDT. Users who buy more than 1000 RIDE token would get a 20% discount.

IEO is live here:


Learn More About RideNode:

Website: https://www.ridenode.io/

Whitepaper: https://ridenode.io/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/RideToken-WhitePaper-Version3.0.pdf

Twitter: https://twitter.com/RideNode

Telegram: https://t.me/RideNodeGroup

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