Uber vs. Grab – The Solution Is CRC

April 15, 2018

Three weeks ago, on March 26, Grab confirmed the rumors of its acquisition of Uber’s business in South-East Asia and since then it’s been the talk of the town. But, what Grab thought it will be a smooth ride towards the monopolization of the market in this region turned out to be quite the bumpy one. 

Namely, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) is running an investigation into the merger for possible infringement of competition laws and it seems they are not the only one, other countries are following suit and looking into the matter.

This was reason enough for Grab to extend the life of the Uber app till April 15. Originally the app was supposed to close by April 8. And while Grab and Uber have their hands full with authorities in the region someone else is having a bit of a tough time too.

You might have already been asking yourself, what about all the Uber drivers? Well, Grab intends to honor contracts that Uber’s drivers have with Lion City Rentals (LCR), a car lease subsidiary 100% owned by Uber in Singapore and can opt to rent a car from Grab Rentals once their contracts expire.

This has roused a heated discussion between private-hire car drivers. Incidentally, this means that rather than having the choice to end their contracts with LCR without penalty, due to early termination fees, the drivers are being “forced” to work with Grab.

So much for the free world, right? Not exactly. Cryptocurrency has been creating decentralized marketplaces all over the world and it seems it has found its way into the ride-hailing market of Singapore too, music to the ears for drivers and riders as well.

DS Media Concepts Pte. Ltd. is planning to raise funds in Singapore for the development of Crypto Ride Sharing Decentralized Apps an app that will hinder the monopolizing efforts of Grab in the region.

What does this mean? It means drivers will earn more than competitors and passengers can pay less than for competitors. The only thing they will have to do is acquire CryptoRideCoins (CRC), the ERC20 tokens issued by DS Media Concepts Pte. Ltd. that will be used for all transactions when using Crypto Ride Sharing Decentralized Apps.

It’s very simple. All tokens paid by the passengers will be transferred directly to the driver. A very small transaction fees, less than S$0.50, will be paid using Ethereum. The transaction fees are to blockchain the transfer of tokens in Ethereum Virtual Machine.

The tokens will be available and can be bought on exchanges or using the Crypto Ride Sharing Decentralized Apps and the drivers will be able to exchange the tokens to Fiat currency on a weekly basis.

CryptoRideCoins will allow drivers, passengers and other investors to buy the tokens making the ride-hailing business to gradually roll into the crypto market. Taking a second look at the situation it seems CRC will not only hinder the monopolizing of Grab but will grow into a fierce competitor.

Digital globalization aims much more affordable, reachable and easier life cycle.

While others focus on market monopolization DS Media Concepts Pte. Ltd. devotes its energy, innovations and all its assets for bettering life standards in Singapore by meeting the needs of both service providers and end consumers.

We warmly invite every likeminded investor, partner or bank that want to be a part of constructing this bond for better tomorrow. 

Company: DS Media Concepts Pte. Ltd

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