Betting, secured by the blockchain
Mevu is bringing betting back to the basics, between people.
A Revolution in Online Betting
Mevu uses smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain to immutably and transparently store players funds and information, providing players with confidence that their bets will be executed securely and quickly.
Players can set their own odds, and bet on virtually anything. By cutting costs of traditional sportsbooks, and 3rd parties, Mevu players enjoy a historically low 2% fee.
Revolutionary underlying technology calls for an equally revolutionary user experience. Our platform has been designed from the ground up to be tailored to the unique form of betting and settlement offered by the blockchain.
Progress and Plans
We've come a long way from where we started but we are still far from finished. See what we've accomplished so far and check out our goals for future milestones.
10 / 2017
In October we released the first draft of our whitepaper and officially sponsored the ETHWaterloo Hackathon, at the time the worlds largest Ethereum hackathon.
In December we announced the plans for our token sale and made an early version of our platform code public on Github.
In February we conducted a successful closed beta for Superbowl LII with minimum smart-contract functionality on the Rinkeby testnet.
Beginning in June and concluding in July we opened a version of our beta to the public for a bounty-campaign centred on the FIFA World Cup.
By fall of 2018 we plan to have launched a public version of our platform with smart-contract functionality. The betting will take place on the testnet initially but we will quickly transition to the main net upon the conclusion of audits.
From this point onwards we will be working on improvements and adding various features and games (chat, rematch, pooled betting, casino, etc.). As well as looking for ways to expand the player base through strategic partnerships.
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