#SBHACK19

We are over the moon that Axelra won the mobility vertical, became Co-Winner of the #SBHACK19 and also won the pitch at the Swiss Blockchain Investor Day 2019. More than 200 Hackers in 39 Teams from 19 countries hacked 20 Millions lines of code within 42 hours.Our Axelra team won with welove the mobility vertical and crafted frontend, backend, smart contract, animations and the video in 36 hours!
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Velove is a blockchain app which rewards people for commuting with their bike. There are 4 million commuters in Switzerland, more than half of whom use cars to get to work. 31% use public transport and only 15% walk or cycle. That's why we create velove, with which we want to encourage and reward people to ride more with bikes. By riding the bike to work, you can earn our virtual currency – the CO2 token. Once your ride is finished, we tell you how much CO2 tokens you have earned and how much you have reduced your carbon offset. Of course you can also send the CO2 token to other people in the network - CO2 is a real ERC20 token on the Ethereum blockchain.We are convinced that such an approach could be effectively successful and I would be super happy to discuss it with CO2-Friendly Partner. Our CEO is looking forward to drink coffee with you ;#sbhack19
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LIVEALYTICS

Livealytics provides a complete, GDPR ready analytics solution for measuring and benchmarking the performance of sales and live marketing promotion activities, trade shows, and retail spaces. Axelra relaunched the digital product of livealytics and, together with the livealytics team, took it to the next level, in terms of the business model and in sales. The new product is deployed on the cloud, and its onboarding, setup, measurement, and reporting processes are fully automated. Projects can be configured in 90 seconds, and as the mobile connectivity is built in the IoT sensor, no technical expertise, training, or on-site staff is needed.

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