DAV is a blockchain-based transportation platform
The Internet is a network of computers, but it wasn’t the first one; there were many computer networks prior to the Internet (for example, AOL, CompuServe, and Prodigy). What enabled the Internet to emerge and overtake the isolated silos that preceded it was decentralization. The Internet introduced a set of protocols specifying how data should be packetized, addressed, transmitted, routed, and confirmed as received, and, in doing so, it eliminated the need for a central authority that controls the network. This model provides rich opportunities for developers to build useful applications, for businesses to create value, and for people to participate in a vast and ever-growing network that is not owned or controlled by a central monopoly.
The automotive and transportation industries are currently undergoing their biggest revolution since the invention of Henry Ford’s assembly line in 1908. The booming “sharing economy” is shaking up industries from office space and music to transportation. In addition to an emerging sharing economy, technology advances will soon make autonomous vehicles an integral part of our daily lives. As these trends converge, the movement of goods and people will take a completely new shape. Vehicles will e akin to packets of data, programmatically sent from origin to destination.
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