Cryptobartender Source: a video screenshot, Youtube/CryptoTexty.
A device called Cryptobartender is doing its part to help social distancing throughout the coronavirus pandemic, by offering drinks for crypto.
Cryptobartender is a device that allows users to buy water, white wine, scotch, or any other type of liquid and pay with EOS or EOS-based tokens – for that reason getting rid of individual contact from the buying formula, according to a blog site post by “blockchain industry enthusiast” Flodner. The most convenient way to send out payment is via QR-code and via one of the available EOS wallets.
This works both in terms of social distancing, which is most likely to be a part of our day-to-day communication for a while even post- pandemic, however also on a broader scale to important personnel and to small services who have actually been greatly affected by the pandemic-related constraints and shutdowns. It might also help enhance the supply chain and deal procedure amongst the participants.
Designed by Vyacheslav Korotach, the first version of this device was set up in a crypto bar in Kiev, Ukraine, to serve homemade white wine, and at the time it had its own EOS-based KNYGA token that had a steady exchange rate to the national currency, which was dispersed as commitmentrewards
Intending to take part in the EOSIO Virtual Hackathon: Coding for Modification, Cryptobartender was composed considering all EOSIO updates, and it was released on Jungle testnet. Any other business that might use Cryptobartender can use the available model to set up one or more tokens, rates, portion of circulation in between owner, supplier, and manufacturer, and so on. The number of participants and their share in earnings can be changed according to the requirements of a specific business.
Cryptobartender v. 0.0.2 will be live and available for screening for a month, up until completion of June. Hackathon winners are set to be announced in a couple of days.