ID: #1000163 | Status:
In progress

Last updated 2 months ago

Smart Places: Real-World Utility for Businesses with Location-Based NFT Incentives

Problem

Businesses lack practical ways to leverage NFTs for real-world utility and struggle to offer location-based incentives to attract customers.

Solution

Create an intuitive platform for businesses to effectively attract customers by utilizing location-based incentivized NFTs, enhancing engagement and foot traffic to their establishments.

Total to date

This is the total amount allocated to Smart Places: Real-World Utility for Businesses with Location-Based NFT Incentives. 3 out of 4 milestones are completed.

₳ 90,000
Total funds requested
Distributed: ₳ 83,250
Remaining: ₳ 6,750
11/23
02/24
03/24
05/24
Complete
In Progress
To be completed
268
Total votes cast
₳95.7M
Votes yes
₳47.5M
Votes no

About this idea

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Team

Our project team consists of highly skilled professionals who are committed to delivering the proposed project. We have engaged with relevant team members and have a direct line of communication with them.

Project Lead: Gianluca de Lorenzis (COO)

LinkedIn: Gianluca de Lorenzis

Previous Work: Gianluca has been a management consultant, project manager, developer and infrastructure specialist in the IT industry for more than 20 years.

Gianluca works with decision-makers and board members of medium-sized companies and corporate groups across multiple industries on shaping and deploying digital transformation processes and solving complex technological challenges as well as developing advanced IT strategies.

His main areas of expertise include the development of highly efficient IT architectures, design of intelligent and adaptive knowledge management and qualification systems, data protection and compliance programs as well as the digitization of international purchasing and supply chain management

Smart Places
Smart Places