With the fall of craigslist and backpackers. Alot of groups seems to have the idea of replacing those two pages but while making a page is doable it seems none of them have been able to crack the opsec issue given the laws like sosta in the american states alot of the places go for finding escort have disapeared.
So here comes Pinkdate a project that was in the works even before these recent events happened. I know some sides think they are decentralised but they are more centralised but utilising crypto as a way of payment making them more of a portal or gateway for such services.
As it currently stands, successful dates require a lot of work from both escorts and clients. Beyond initial contact – which is difficult enough – both parties spend numerous hours chatting and texting to arrange a suitable day,t= time and place. And, the escort is particularly concerned that proper screening is conducted to make sure the other side of the relationship is safe and trustworthy. or this was how it was in the past for alot of people.
From the client side they want to find someone able to fit their needs. and for the escort they want to wet so they know the person is who they say they are. this can be quite the time stealer and alot of money would be lost for the escort having to put out ads on their services. even so its safer mostly then having to be on the streets. As they got no clue who they may end up with if they are on the streets and may be less sure of who they are servicing.
PinkDate is able to address and solve these issues, and fight trafficking. PinkDate’s business model deploys important aspects of the blockchain-based ecosystem. And through encrypted infrastructure, every bit of information is highly secure.
PinkDate is the first dating application, a web app, where screening, booking, payment, and advertising all happen in the same place. This reduces time and costs of arranging dates by 70%, alleviating the hassle for both parties involved.
This is a good thing for bith sides. as names aren't as i mportant as being able to have a common definition for a client or a escort. As i understand pinkdate will haveseveral layers of vetting just to make it fit for the needs of clients as well as for the escorts.
cryptocurrency integration by PinkDate means clients can purchase services with complete anonymity when they choose privacy coins like Monero, zCash, Verge, PumaPay and other such privacy coins as a medium of payment.
This will open up some uses for quite a few of the coming privacy coins out there. and be interesting to see which of them ends up the ruling coin so to speak.
PinkDate users enjoy a Tinder-like interface; clients can cycle through thousands of escort profiles. Clients are able to “match” with their preferred escorts and check available times and dates. Each escort profile is accompanied by a number of pictures and a bio, similar to Tinder. Additionally, escorts share their hourly rates and calendar of availability. Clients can book a time with one click- no more hassle with arranging an appropriate date, time and place that works for both parties
Because the PDP token is a security token (and not a useless ‘utility token’) investors in PDP token shares will have equity in the company which entitles them to receive dividends. Dividends are paid every three months, from 50% of PinkDate profits. At a projected profit of US$30 million in just a few years, that’s $15 million in dividends expected to be paid out to token shareholders.
As PinkDate continues to grow, it’s expected that dividends will similarly increase. PinkDate represents a complete evolution in the escort business, and it’s only logical that it has potential to take a big chunk of that US$150 billion global sex work industry.
they plan a ico soon. if interested to know more i sugest you check out this link