Jan 8, 2019
Rento is proposing a global sharing platform for businesses and individuals that allows renting of underutilised assets. Unlike competitors in the market, Rento provides rental of any item to any individual, rather than focusing simply on one market (cars, apartment share). Furthermore, Rento leverages blockchain technology to implement a trusted economy through smartcontracts that ensure rental conditions are met and that the parties can count on one another to deliver and return the product or service. Rento aims to introduce the sharing economy in the daily lives of people everywhere, reducing waste in the economy and allowing more people to enjoy a variety of services and products without having to shoulder the cost of owning every type of item they use.
Rento is creating a software solution for individuals and businesses to share items and services that, until now, needed to be purchased. The Rento solution is based on the increasing “sharing economy” market, but rather than focus on one vertical, Rento is providing a complete solution, including smartcontracts, for anyone to rent or borrow any item or service. In the same way that ecommerce sites such as eBay do not limit themselves to one type of item, Rento is providing the sharing economy marketplace. Rento is leveraging blockchain technology for the smartcontracts that ensure trust throughout the system. The concept of sharing economy is built around the use of economic resources to their fullest potential and that is exactly what Rento is aiming to accomplish. Rento proposes a mobile application (and web platform) that allows users to list their unused assets for renting or sharing on its platform. Every listing on Rento includes the key aspects of the asset or resource such as its rental cost, availability schedule, images or video of the actual item, specifications, and terms and conditions specific to the asset.
Rento proposes multiple products and services segments, with its initial focus on businesses and service providers to populate the platform with a large stock of available resources, ensuring that the platform initially has enough inventory for consumers to find it appealing. Rento will be launching with primary listing segments such as household items like lawn mowers or snow blowers, through more commercial offerings such as shared offices and conferencing facilities, construction equipment, parking spaces, and even underutilized human resources. In addition to developing a sharing platform, Rento plans to set up at least one bricks-and-mortar rental store as a proof of concept for its sharing ecosystem. Considering that the assets to be proposed for listing vary in financial value, the maintenance of transparency is of utmost importance. Also, in the sharing economy, reputation is key, and it’s essential that all information is verified and secure.
Rento is an app connecting business owners with clients and rental services with users. It also makes room for the development of sharing economy. Why buy a rotary hammer if your neighbor has one in his garage? Why should your vacuum cleaner stay in the closet for 90% of the time if you can rent it out? On top of that offering your services in Rento gives you additional earning opportunities. And most importantly, why use several different apps to book, rent or share, if all of your needs can be met by just ONE app? Rento is a game changer for millions of devices, books, vehicles and other things that collect dust instead of profits for their owners.
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