Aventus Alpha Release on Rinkeby Public Test Net and ICO participation guide

Aventus is an Ethereum-based decentralized protocol that eliminates uncontrolled resale and counterfeit tickets. It allows event organizers to create, manage and promote their events and tickets with dramatically reduced costs, even letting them set price controls and receive commissions on ticket resales. It also gives ticket buyers rewards for promoting events, and identifying fraudulent activity.

Alpha Release on Rinkeby Public Test Net

Aventus announces the release of the alpha product on the Rinkeby public test net on July 13, 2017. Usage instructions here!

The alpha consists of scaled-back versions of:

  • The event and ticket creation process (including creating both primary and secondary markets, and adding ticket validators to an event);

  • The ticket purchasing process on primary markets;

  • Both the ticket selling and bidding processes on secondary markets;

  • The matching process (whereby bids on resold tickets are collapsed and a bid is chosen for the ticket).

An announcement next week Monday will be coming that details Aventus first big event trial (2000–5000 attendees) later this year, which will use most of what was released in the alpha.

Aventus ICO participation guide

Aventus is gearing up for it's upcoming ICO which starts from July 19, 2017 and will end on July 24, 2017. Recently, they've released their official ICO participation guide. This guide details the usage of My Ether Wallet (MEW). For participants using the Mist Desktop Application please see the guide here.

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