Carsmartt, Inc., (OTCMKTS: CRSM): The RideSharing App Powered by the Blockchain


Welcome to Carsmartt, Inc., (OTCMKTS: CRSM), the developer of the revolutionary mobile application, App.Carsmartt.com. Located in Palo Alto, CA, Carsmartt's vision is to create an affordable and safe way of travelling, creating a socially connected ecosystem of drivers and carpoolers. CarSmartt drivers are subject to a background check to reassure the safety of passengers.

The Carsmartt application was developed to work around its own cryptocurrency called COINSMARTT. On December 14, 2017, Carsmartt® entered into a binding agreement with Crypto Realm, LLC, located in Miami, Florida. The agreement provides that Crypto Realm, LLC will facilitate an ICO offering for Carsmartt® and has agreed to create "COINSMARTT™" Crypto Currency and a cyber currency mining facility on behalf of Carsmartt®.The company aims to have all users of its Carsmartt app, both drivers and riders and package owners, to pay by utilizing a multi-Currency wallet and purchasing COINSMARTT.

Here's how they want it to work: Drivers will receive COINSMARTT™ for their ride payment that can convert into other Crypto Currency assets, such as Bitcoin or Ethereum or actual Cash. Carsmartt will realize a substantial cost reduction in its Carsmartt payment platform, e.g. credit card and PayPal transactions, while utilizing COINSMARTT which will provide real value to its token where customers will be utilizing COINSMARTT™for purchases both inside and outside the Carsmartt application.



On May 9th, 2018, Carsmartt announced the acquisition of Mining Boys, Inc., a Miami beach based retail store of mining servers. Mining Boys' retail operations sell, own and host bitcoin mining servers. The Company has both retail and its own mining servers and receives profit from its retail sales and recurring revenue from its hosting facility in Georgia.

Carsmartt, Inc. is in a unique position to make entry in the booming ridesharing market by incorporating blockchain and cryptocurrency.

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