MyLoby, a unique object management solution that leverages Tezos blockchain, has surpassed 100,000 transactions on its network. The platform is an object/ key management platform that has over 5000 active users. The platform is currently based in France and offers key tracking and management services primarily targeted at players in the real estate industry.
Some of the clients that the platform has are Nexity and Sergic. The services that the platform offers are key management from storage to person, person to person transfer of keys, and person to storage transfer of keys. All these transactions are embedded on the Tezos blockchain.
Concerning this milestone, the representative agent of Nexity, Virginie Duvey, said:
“Keys can be a source of pain. Once you give out keys it is almost impossible to track who has the keys and where it will end up after that. We have been losing lots of keys. Ever since we started using Myloby for managing our keys, we have not lost any of them. This has saved us lots of time and costs. MyLoby enables us to easily track who has our keys and the ownership history of each key.”
The co-founder of Myloby, Timothe Maucour, stated:
“Blockchain plays a significant role in helping track the transfer of objects across the world in a transparent manner. We are happy to have chosen the Tezos blockchain to help us in implementing our solution in the real estate sector. We are optimistic this milestone will act as a stepping to achieving even greater things in this sector”
MyLoby is a platform that uses Tezos blockchain to create object tracking and management solutions for players in the real estate sector. Each transaction is recorded on the blockchain for transparency and easy tracking.
Tezos is a blockchain network that is backed by developers across the world. It is secure, fast, and is keen to address problems that hinder the adoption of blockchain assets across the world.