5miles currently boasts more than 12 million buyers and sellers all over the United States since the inception of the service three years ago. In addition, the company has hosted over $3 billion of transactions on its platform.
Initial Coin Offering
Cobinhood underwrote the ICO with the prospect of listing CMT on their exchange, providing some tokens for COB holders. The snapshot of the token was taken in early January of 2017, and Cobinhood holders could send 1 COB token in exchange for roughly 4% of their current holdings in CMT tokens. However, U.S. residents were not given CMT tokens due to U.S. regulations on Initial coin offerings.
Initially, CMT is proposed to be issued and implemented on the public Ethereum blockchain as an ERC-20 compliant token. 5miles will integrate its existing “wallet” function to hold CMT balances, and allow users to utilize the tokens on the 5miles platform shortly after the tokens are activated. The CyberMiles protocol is being developed for implementation on its own open-source blockchain. In this scenario, the initial CMT based on ERC-20 would be exchanged on a 1:1 basis with native CMT issued on CyberMiles’ blockchain, with any stored value & rights transferred to the native token.
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