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Aventus (AVT) Statistics

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Aventus

AVT

0.15055208
Price (USD)
8.54%
24h Change
0.00004149
Price (BTC)

Cryptocurrency Information

All-Time High USD
7.0396
Since All-Time High Change
-97.77%
All-Time High Date
2018-01-07

Marketcap (BTC)
283.73068280
Marketcap (USD)
1,029,547.35

24h Volume (USD)
9,970.74

7d Change
3.05%
14d Change
-6.88%
30d Change
-2.67%

Circulating Supply
6,838,480
Total Supply
10,000,000

Influence Statistics

Alexa Rank
1451779
Facebook Likes
1020
Twitter Followers
0

What is Aventus?

Aventus is a fair, secure, and transparent blockchain-based event ticketing solution that practically eliminates fraud and unregulated touting. Organisers can create, manage and promote their events and tickets with dramatically reduced platform costs, and can set price controls and receive commissions on secondary market sales.

The Aventus Protocol: Blockchain for Ticketing
An open-source protocol that delivers the global standard for ticketing. The protocol permits rights holders to define rules across the ticketing supply-chain - including promoters, venues primary / secondary agents - to which everyone must adhere.

THE AVENTUS TOKEN (AVT)
It is essential for aligning the economic incentives in the secure and transparent network to ensure fraudulent behaviour is identified and eliminated.

AVT is used by the network in 3 key ways:
1. Voting on the legitimacy of events in the protocol
A means to prevent spamming in the network, and to ensure that all entities across the ticket supply chain, who will be interacting with the inventory, can contribute to the due diligence process, which is currently undertaken by a single entity.

2. Creating a token-curated registry of legitimate applications
Using the protocol in order that ticketing rights holders and consumers have a single source of truth for verifying that the ticketing application in question is using the protocol legitimately and not circumventing rules via off-chain fees and terms and conditions.

3. Facilitating the non-deterministic matching of buyers and sellers of tickets in the secondary market
By using proof of stake-like mechanisms. This is essential for preventing secondary market participants from circumventing the rules imposed by the rights holder, leading to unregulated resale.