GoWithMi is building the world’s first complete decentralized location-based services (DLBS) infrastructure. It aims to provide a complete trusted geospatial value exchange service for large-scale commerce from data, computing, personal terminal to commercial ecological, and making value flows multidimensional, safer and smarter, complement the last key component of the blockchain to empower the real economy application.
GoWithMi's geospatial consensus ecological network consists of geospatial consensus data production, spatial computing power network, self-organizing geospatial asset node, and business application sharing support platform. Integrated DLBS, super oracle, and consensus map platform, based on the algorithm consensus to motivate participation and achieve benefit for everyone, cross-chain supports all blockchain platforms, one-stop support for all applications that retrieval location-based services, enables offline business to leap into the new era of programmable business, and enters an on chain and off chain Turing's complete self-circulation business ecology.
GoWithMi will completely decentralize the core component of the Internet ecosystem——geolocation service, making it the core component of the entire blockchain network, and can be freely invoked by various upper-layer applications of the Internet and blockchain networks.
GoWithMi's decentralized location-based service (DLBS) features cover a complete set of systems of map location, search and query, route navigation, peripheral and traffic information search, spatial smart mining, etc. All data and services are run on GoWithMi’s innovated the world's first "spatial computing blockchain network Gaia". Gaia can realize storing full data on the chain, considers the decentralization of the POW and the high efficiency of the EOS, access equal rights mining of all objects and being able to resist "mining pool control". Consequently, allowing the decentralized operation of the location-based service system will never end, monopolists no longer control the business lifeline of the corporations, and that the personal trajectory privacy is no longer occupied and used without compensation.
When all blockchains are applied to reality, they will encounter an ultimate problem: how to connect the “untrusted” world outside the blockchain to the “trusted” world within the blockchain? This requires a "trusted gateway mechanism." GoWithMi provides such a trusted gateway mechanism.
GoWithMi super spatial oracle provided a "trusted gateway mechanism” of original blockchain and required for all smart contracts related to location-based services, linking the two different worlds on and off the chain with “trusted” mechanism. It can provide a trigger response of trusted location-based data for smart contracts, allowing programmable network machine of Turing-complete, which is represented by Ethereum to seamlessly integrate with offline business, actively promote the rapid development of location-related distributed industries such as share travel, tourism, food delivery, express delivery, positional precision advertising, and behavioral credit finance, allowing the offline business to leap into an era of programmable business.
In the world, there is 60% of the regions and 4 billion populations still unable to enjoy the same quality map services as the developed regions. The reason is that the scale of map data has traditionally relied heavily on global employment collection, which is a high cost that even Google can't afford.
The GoWithMi Consensus Map has taken a new approach creating the first series of “spatial consensus mechanism” that allow people in any corner of the world can jointly maintain a “world map data book” without any threshold. We through the exquisite design of the consensus game mechanisms such as POM (Proof of Mapping) and Spatial Bancor, subversively solve the core problems of map industry including cooperative production, auto supervision and value evaluation, breaking the boundaries of human labor organizations, allowing people to jointly build, maintain, and share a “world map” without any thresholds, and providing contributors with a fair return and let the people all over the world can enjoy the equal quality digital travel services.
Through a series of spatial consensus mechanisms and protocols, GoWithMi drives real-world geospatial data to migrate to the blockchain world, producing global coverage, real-time updated, real and tamper-proof geospatial trusted data on the blockchain. Mainly includes:Proof of Mapping(PoM)
GoWithMi abstracts data collection and production into a “space coordination game process”. Under the spatial coordination game mechanism, it coordinates the collection and verification of each participant through a series of token economic behaviors such as Token pledge, reward, gambling, and reward.Spacial Bancor Protocol
GoWithMi correlates the single data value of the data collection and supply with the overall data scale requirement, using the Space Bancor Protocol to dynamically balance the data collection and supply and demand relationship between data collection and token rewards.
GoWithMi innovates the world's first "spatial computing blockchain network Gaia" as the main blockchain network, creatively designed the "spatial double-chain double-sharding" structure. The main chain Gaia can realize storing full data on the chain, and considers the decentralization of the POW and the high efficiency of the EOS, providing application scenarios that have more dimensions than the IPFS, achieving equal rights mining of all objects and being able to resist "mining pool control". The Gaia main chain network mainly includes:GeoMesh Sharding Based Data Structure Mechanism
GoWithMi starts from the lowest layer——the data layer of the technical architecture and reconstructs the location-based service technology architecture to make it compatible with the blockchain technology framework. It mainly deals with the full-scale data used by the traditional map service to conduct GeoMesh Sharding. The map data layer is deconstructed into the equally data network of GeoMesh by the traditional centralized data form. The GeoMesh block data size is adapted to the underlying point-to-point network protocol of the blockchain. The single GeoMesh is functionally decoupled and can provide full-featured location services independently. The parallelization can provide location-based services in various regions of the world.Spatial Root Chain
GoWithMi has independently developed an automatic compilation engine for map data, which is the first in the world to realize the full automation of map data without any human intervention. Based on this technological breakthrough, the spatial root chain can achieve “map data production on the chain”. The spatial root chain uses the DPOS BFT (Pipelined Byzantine Fault Tolerance) consensus for super node synchronization. The spatial root chain focuses on the implementation of data consensus production smart contracts, the updating of spatial geographic data books, and the production and distribution of GeoMesh data.Spatial Peer to Peer Computing Network
Each node of space peer-to-peer computing network synchronizes GeoMesh data according to the requirement of location-based service, and the newly generated GeoMesh data of the spatial root chain spread throughout the peer-to-peer computing network. Based on the parallel decoupling feature of Geo Mesh space, any device can cache one or more GeoMesh, so that the CPU, memory, hard disk and network of all objects can participate in spatial peer-to-peer computing mining, providing a complete spatial location-based service based on GeoMesh for the network and receive token bookkeeping income.Spatial Multiparty Random Sharding Protocol
Original design "Spatial Multiparty Random Sharding Protocol", based on GeoMesh sharding rules, randomly connecting multiple nodes to form a "Sharding Chain" of a built-in spatial oracle, can perform blockchain bookkeeping and smart contract execution, and local service convergence. The spatial sharding mechanism enables block production to be carried out between massive equal rights nodes, thereby ensuring high performance of commercial-grade requirements and avoiding centralized defects like the EOS super-node method; and the introduction of the concept of "multiparty random", The difficulty of the attack is increased exponentially to achieve a "1% attack".
It mainly refers to the map data maintenance community with the spatial digital land rights as the core by anchoring the income of spatial digital land rights with the obligation of data maintenance. In the process of pursuing benefit maximization for community members such as landlords, miners, users, and merchants, global autonomy from on the chain to off the chain will achieve, promoting the two-way cycle and continuous development of GoWithMi's internal and external ecology.Spatial Digital Land Rights（GoZone Assets）
GoWithMi divides the spatial assets of the digital world by anchoring the permanent land in real space. Specifically, based on spatial big data (spatial agglomeration algorithm, crowd cluster analysis, etc.), the global geospatial space is divided into independent functional areas, mainly residential districts, work districts, and consumption districts. GoZone is an independent digital space area that covers these functional areas, with scalable business value and highly centralized maintainability. GoZone's range of benefits is naturally clear and natural.Spatial Digital Land Rights（GoZone Rights）
The spatial digital land rights are the ownership of the GoWithMi spatial digital assets. The owner (landlord) is the main body of all the all profits in the GoZone area, and the smart contract directly distributes the generated income. GoZone benefits include intra-region map data call revenue, location advertising revenue, business search revenue, transaction commissions, business diversion sales dividend, GoZone appreciation gains, and more.
A one-stop solution for providing underlying spatial data, location-based services, spatial computing, location smart contracts, Token payments, etc. for GoWithMi's own ecosystem and global decentralized shared ecosystem, which can be widely used in local O2O services, shared economic services, car insurance based on usage, personal financial services, personal precise location advertising, internet of vehicles, map API, etc. actively promote the blockchain to serve the real economy, allow offline business to leap into the new era of programmable business.GoWithMi Mobile App
The GoWithMi App acts as a mobile terminal for Gaia's main chain and map functions, integrating full-featured map services, Mapper tools, GMAT payments, GoZone management, transaction viewing, and power mining.DLBS API/SDK
The API/SDK covers the complete functions of map location, search and query, route navigation, peripheral and traffic information search, spatial smart mining, etc. All data and services run on the decentralized chain network built by GoWithMi.Super Spatial Oracle API/SDK
The super spatial oracle fully considers all decentralized business scenarios, based on GoWIthMi's trusted spatial data source and trusted spatial big data, providing a wide range of credible smart contract trigger combinations for the entire ecosystem, including but not limited to: trusted locations, electronic fences, spatial anti-cheating, trusted trajectories, spatial business smart, etc., upgrade the offline business ecosystem to a perfectly credible programmable business ecosystem.Visual Location Smart Contract Template
Screening setting templates for local merchants based on smart contract trigger conditions of GoWithMi map service. The set trigger conditions include but are not limited to: location range, targeted location, target customer characteristics, time period, Coupon, etc. realize zero learning costs and quickly generate smart contracts, build a “smart business” that belongs to the merchants themselves, and maximize business benefits.
Oliver is the world's leading expert in the spatial information industry, the only continuous entrepreneur in China's spatial information industry that was acquired by two A-share listed companies, was praised as the "most reliable and successful entrepreneur" by Manzi Xue, the father of Chinese angel investment.
With over 20 years of global operating experiences and continuous successful entrepreneurship ranging from big data, mobile, and the mapping sectors; Oliver has deep insight and strong leadership in the industry forefront. One of his successful exits was as co-founder of Cennavi, the largest UGC map in China, being acquired in 2008 for 100 million RMB by NavInfo (002405.SZ), the largest listed company in China, and is currently its second largest business. Oliver's next company LBAdvisor Technology, a big data-focused company that was acquired in 2016 by Blue Focus (300058.SZ), a global top 10 largest PR company. He was the head of Navteq Asia Pacific, the world's largest infrastructure map service provider before founding GoWithMi. Navteq was acquired by Nokia at a record price of 8.1 billion euros at the end of 2008 and was renamed Here map. At GoWithMi Oliver is creating a mapping ecosystem that will compete in developing markets in ways no other company can.
Simon is one of the earliest founders of map navigation engine in China. He is the top technology expert in the global location-based services (LBS) field, with complete front and back end and maps full engine self-development capabilities.
With over 15 years of map product development experiences ranging from commercial to personal terminals and continues industry focus plus keen technical sense; Simon accumulates massive of map navigation and core algorithm researches and internet product development and management experiences. He represents one of the few technical algorithm experts in the field of LBS with the ability to build over 10 million active users from scratch. Since he started his career, he has led his team to carry out intergenerational upgrades of the overall LBS and technology system. In the early stage of the global internet era in 2005, Simon developed and launched China's earliest mobile map "LingTu” and the web map "51ditu". Later in 2009, during the early stage of global mobile internet, Simon transplanted the mobile phone online map "T-Map", which owns the No.1 market share in Korea, to China. Before becoming the technical co-founder of GoWithMi he also was the head of product R&D for NavInfo and led the development of the first mobile internet product "Traffic Eye". Additionally, he led the China map product team of SK Telecom, a Fortune 500 company and the third largest multinational company in Korea, served as the head of the core product research and development for NavInfo (002405.SZ), one of the largest map service providers in China, and the CTO of multiple 10 million user products. At GoWithMi Simon is leading the technical and research efforts to bring the first public blockchain based smart mapping ecosystem.
Mr. Dong is the expert in commercialize the modern technologies for the LBS and O2O industries. He used to lead his company to provide the services for tens of thousands business partners cross China mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and acquired millions of users.Mr. Dong is the expert in commercialize the modern technologies for the LBS and O2O industries. He used to lead his company to provide the services for tens of thousands business partners cross China mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and acquired millions of users.With his experience in LBS/O2O industries and combined with his view of block chain technology, Mr. Dong is now leading GoWithMi’s business and market team to establish the distributed business environment for those business owners who were still suffering the lacking of I.T infrastructures in south east Asia.
With over 10 years of product and project management experiences in the map industry software products, Yolanda is an outstanding product leader and had successfully participated in the creation of products with ten million daily users in China. She has a strong corporate strategy decomposition, execution, design and landing ability, served as a star product manager in the mobile phone map industry. Yolanda was a senior product manager for AMAP, a most famous and popular map software in China, and in charge of multiple subprojects including traveling, payment, searching, channel, and life services. With her leading of the AMAP’s product process system construction, operation and R&D management, users have a breakthrough from hundreds of thousands to hundreds of millions.
Mr. Iwan SP has worked for 20 plus years in mobile Internet and map industry in Indonesia. He served as CEO for PT Surya Teknologi Perkasa, a mobile monitoring and mapping service provider in Indonesia as well as CEO for Gowes (Kresna subsidiary), a bicycle-sharing company in Indonesia.
Blockchain Advisor, early participants in Blockchain around the Bay Area. Dr. Jeff Flowers interests in Blockchains began with the realization of the power of open communication at solving the difficult problems facing society since the early 90s. He is an advisor to a number of Ethereum based projects as well as an active member of multiple decentralization communities in and around the Bay Area. He also was Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Blockchain University and continues to teach at DLT Education.
Dr. Jerry Fuqua is a serial entrepreneur, investor, manager, and technology advisor. He is currently active in a number of areas involving crypto currencies, blockchain, and gamification. Jerry was on the Executive Committee of the MIT-Stanford Venture Lab (VLAB) and actively involved in the Silicon Valley crypto ecosystem, including efforts in the SV Bitcoin meetup - the world’s first establish cryptocurrency meetup in this space. He is also a key advisor to ICO ratings project. Jerry was an early pioneer of commercial web services, initially as the co-founder and CTO of Internet Information Systems, Inc. and World Point Interactive. He was also involved in AI and robotics as a researcher and program manager for the US Department of Defense. As the Principal of Fuqua Associates, Jerry consulted for number of notable organizations including Sony, IBM, United Airlines, and the State of Hawaii.
The global map expert, a successful entrepreneur, and well-known investor. Mr. Tao is a tenured professor at the University of Calgary in Canada and chief geospatial information advisor to the United Nations. He is the founder of Microsoft Bing Map, founder of PPTV and founder of Z Ventures Group, the world’s largest mapping investment organization.
LiJie (Leo) Wang is a well-known angel investor, member of China Angel Investment Association, executive member of Shanghai Angel Investment Committee, vice president of Zhongguancun Angel Capital Association (ZACA). In 2011 Leo founded the PreAngel angel investment brand. Currently, he has invested in nearly 300 start-up technology companies, focusing on artificial intelligence and blockchain, mainly distributed in Beijing, Shanghai, Silicon Valley, New York, and Los Angeles.