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Government regulations have forced Uber and Lyft out of Austin, Texas, but decentralized ridesharing service Arcade City is rushing into the city to fill the void.
Arcade City, a new ride-sharing service and touted “Uber killer”, recently began incorporating Ethereum to power its platform.
Christopher David, CEO of blockchain-based ridesharing startup Arcade City, has run afoul of the law in Texas. Austin sent 10 officers to serve David a citation.
Decentralized blockchain-based ridesharing company Arcade City said goodbye to its founder Christopher David as the company raised more than half a million dollars in a tokenized crowdsale.
Despite being banned from using card payment services, Uber is still fighting the good fight in Argentina, in part thanks to using Bitcoin debit cards that can’t be shut down.
Arcade City, the much-hyped decentralized ridesharing app, has run into criticism that the app may not be functional at all.
New “Uber killer” ridesharing company Arcade City won first place at the GTEC Awards in Berlin, and with it a prize of 20,000 euros.
Arcade City, the rising star of the guerilla ridesharing scene in Austin, Texas, has teamed up with decentralized charity app Unsung to provide the city’s homeless with food
Interview with Christopher David of Arcade City on building a decentralized, peer-to-peer ride-sharing service.
When a ballot proposal that would have replaced the city ordinance failed, Uber and Lyft left Austin, TX as promised. Since May 9, there have been no ride-sharing services available in this city of almost a million people.
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