Post by High Priestess on Jan 7, 2018 18:17:43 GMT
So it seems that more crypto-STR sites are starting to happenwww.beetoken.com/
This is the primary common-sense criticism I have of BitCoin and BeeToken and other crypto currencies.....
If someone pays me in BitCoin/BeeToken for accomodations, can I then turn to my mortgage company and ask to pay my mortgage in Bitcoin/BeeToken? Can I go to my home insurance company and pay them in Bitcoin/Beetoken? Can I pay my property taxes in Bitcoin/Beetoken? Can I buy groceries in BItcoin/Beetoken?
Because if people can pay
me in whatever new crypto-gizmo, but I can't use
that crypto-gizmo-currency to buy or pay for anything, then I'm screwed. It's totally dorky and completely pointless.
Post by High Priestess on Jan 8, 2018 16:08:49 GMT
Also, have you noticed, these folks don't speak English:
Beenest is the first decentralized home-sharing network built on top of a set of Bee Protocols
that connects hosts with guests without taking any commissions. The Beenest dApp and the
Bee Protocols are powered by the ERC-20 utility token called the BEE token. The Bee Protocols
are open Ethereum protocols that can power other future sharing economy dApps. These
protocols provide the Beenest network with three essential systems:
1. A secure payment system that allows two authenticated P2P entities to send and
receive money that gets held in Bee Tokens until after a successful exchange of services
between the two entities.
2. A decentralized arbitration system that resolves user disputes , providing positive
incentives to grow a network of genuine arbiters and negative incentives to deter
3. A reputation system that couples a valid identity, which is obtained by a trusted digital
fingerprint protocol on the Ethereum blockchain, with a rating determined by
transparent, immutable review and scoring interchange between P2P entities (such as
guests and hosts).
This whitepaper expounds upon the Beenest platform and the Bee Protocols. We aim to offer
transparency into our token metrics and a future roadmap of development and expansion. We
will discuss how Beenest creates and preserves value for hosts, guests, arbiters, and
developers within a decentralized autonomous organization and how our decentralized model
offers distinct advantages over the predominant, centralized home sharing model.