A Currency Powering The Bike Sharing Economy

CryptoBike is a new dockless bike-sharing payment service for world smart cities.



The CryptoBike App makes bike checkout and return simple. The App will available free on the Apple store (iOS) and Google Play store (Android). CryptoBike use the App to locate available bikes and unlock the bike from the station. The App also provides a Problem Report feature to notify the Administrator of any issues.



With our Admin software, there is nothing to install. We host and maintain all the software. You can Login from anywhere on any device. The Admin software gives you real-time data on system activity, member management, system alerts, fees collected, and system configuration options.



Our partner has a nationwide network of certified and insured bike mechanics that will come on-site to perform bike assembly, monthly or bi-monthly maintenance plans, and complete bike service – all at pre-negotiated rates. So even though your independent, you're never alone.

  • Introduction

    The Token Economy

    Today there are over 800 tokens with many created this year by organizations that have sold them to collectively raise almost $1.3 billion in the first half of 2017. Some have questioned why a company needs its token when it can accept Bitcoin. The answer is community and governance.

    A company can accept Bitcoin for payment but Bitcoin does not allow an organization to be run by a decentralized community with a vested interest in its success.

  • On The Road

    Sharing Economy

    Sharing economy terms had been widely used in various sectors ranging from cars to hotel. There are rise of number of “Unicorn” startups in the sharing economy market such as Uber and AirBnb.

    Sharing economy isn’t really about sharing social experience with someone else goods or service for a particular period of time. It is an economic exchange, it implies that consumers are more interested in lower costs and convenience than they are in fostering social relationships with the company or other consumers.

  • The Fact


    The lack of transparency in the sharing economy company putting integrity into questions. Bloomberg reported that Uber paid hackers $100,000 to conceal a cyberattack that exposed the personal data of 57 million users of the app in October 2016.

    The hack exposed the names, emails, and phone numbers of 50 million riders and the US driver's-license numbers of an additional 7 million drivers.

Start Building the Future, Today

"After an initial review with CryptoBike partners, we carefully evaluate the product, team, market, competition, traction, and other parameters, and you guys done a great job. Keep move on!" John K. Riley - SpeedApps.

"Amazing, amazing and amazing. Our clients are thrilled when we give them a CryptoBike Prototyp'd presentation, because it's simple and transparency. Highly recommend this platform and have a good start. " Henri Gratsson - ProVision.

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