Pally is a social network where travelers can pay locals to discover the most hidden and exotic spots around the world. It might be small theaters, some quirky bars, unique architectural places, whatever. You, as a local, will get free tokens for communication within the platform and meet-ups with travelers.
For the further development, the team will pay users if they bring new city guides to Pally. But...there is another plan though. They want to focus on youngsters and unemployed. As the crew says, 1 in 5 ppl aged 15 to 24 years in Europe doesn't work at all. And all these people might want to become the Pally guides.
They want to make the platform decentralized by the Q4 of 2017. The users will be able to make money and exchange PAL tokens by then.
How they differ from the competitors:
as the founders say, there is no a satisfactory service where travelers can search for interesting places that only local people know about.
How they want to make money:
the commission for services.
the turnover of online sales in the travel market — $564,9 billion. By 2020 it will be up to $817,2 billion.