Automotive eXchange Token

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Team: 6

Feasibility: 6.3

Product: 6.3

Overall Rating: 6.2

Short Description: DASHUB is producing blockchain-based technology designed to enhance key elements of its current operations. This technology is called the Automotive eXchange Platform (AXP) and is fueled by the Automotive eXchange Token (AXT), an ERC20 token.

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AXT will be introduced to the world via an Initial Coin Offering (ICO).DASHUB has identified several areas of its core business that can be enhanced through the use of blockchain technology. Each example (which they refer to as “Use Cases”) are mentioned below and are described in detail in the Whitepaper. Both their core business and their existing consumer base--currently 250,000+ members strong--will have immediate access to the platform through the use of DASHUB’s website, integrated wallet, and API. This business and consumer activity will drive the initial value and utility of the Automotive eXchange Token (AXT).This approach does not require mass industry-adoption to function properly. DASHUB’s initial Use Cases for both their business and their consumer will function as intended, generate value, and lay the foundation for expansion into the industry; a vision that includes major players such as manufacturers, State DMVs, and financial institutions. Momentum is already building behind the AXP project. Major players have invested. Hard-hitting ICO and blockchain experts have joined the board of advisors. DASHUB hopes you will evaluate this project and see a viable path that leads to a massively-adopted blockchain technology that will disrupt the multi-trillion dollar automotive industry.

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