McFly.aero is a global project for constructing city aero taxi infrastructure powered by blockchain and using tokens for all transactions between elements. eVTOLs are flying vehicles with electric engines and vertical take-off and landing. They look like drones, but are larger and can carry people. 18 companies are working on them. 3 have prototypes. Daimler Ventures, Boeing, Geely/Volvo, Tencent and Atomico Ventures are investing into eVTOL production. Flying cars are not a sci-fi movie anymore. They are real and they are closer than you think. There are other sides of the industry: chargers, landing pads, maintenance, mobile apps. Like in motor industry, it's not enough to build a car - you have to create infrastructure around them, make a protocol to connect eVTOLs with chargers, chargers with landing pads, pads with mobile apps, mobile apps with passengers, and that’s exactly what McFly.aero is about. Powered by blockchain and with tokens for all transactions, free and open for entrepreneurs of all kinds.
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You go out on the street and you have got some McFly tokens. Tokens are “flight itself”. You use them to order an aerial vehicle (electric vertical take-off and landing, autonomous or semi-piloted) to the nearest landing area or directly to your house roof and you use your mobile device.
At times you will wish to vote to get priority service (for example, in case of a temporary lack of available vehicles in your area). Then you do it in two ways: With the number of tokens in your wallet (without spending them, this affects the "class of service") By consenting to a higher tariff determined by demand and supply ratio at the moment. (And the decentralized system allows you to see real-time changes in the current demand and supply of network capacity in your area and your fair trading will form the final flight price)
The aerial vehicle then arrives to take you to the desired destination and some tokens are transferred from the client’s wallet into the "current" (operational) wallet of the vehicle. From this wallet the vehicle autonomously settles all associated costs of the urban flight and its ecosystem and infrastructure: Battery recharge costs Landing site (vertiport) rent Purchase of media content the passenger opted to enjoy Scheduled maintenance Air traffic control Insurance costs, etc
The vehicle may even track cabin damage and other excessive use of its resources and issues additional bill to the passenger on the smart contract basis.