Decentralised and autonomous social ride-sharing service, DACSEE (Decentralized Alternative Cabs Serving and Empowering Everyone) has launched its mobile application in Malaysia. Following its launch in Malaysia, DACSEE is eyeing other Asian markets such as Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and China.
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According to the statement, the supportive nature of the Malaysian authorities was cited the reason for its debut launch in Malaysia. The company added that it was easier to build up an experienced core team in the local market. The launch saw almost 30,000 registered drivers.
The new mobile application also aims to benefit the community through the use of blockchain and decentralisation, and create a platform that is driver-centric and authority friendly, providing passengers with the best user experience possible. Developed to complement the existing ride hailing space, the platform will introduce a sustainability model for the entire ecosystem, with social elements for the community. This sees DACSEE improving security during rides, especially for women to participate both as a driver and passenger.
DACSEE currently has offices in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Jakarta, Shanghai and Seoul. Lim Chiew Shan, founder and CEO of DACSEE, heads the team of 30 with over 18 years of experience in the IT industry. Currently, Lim spearheads the drive and passion towards an economic sharing with the use of mobile applications as his latest creation.
“The DACSEE model respects the special interests of the drivers, passengers and local authorities who comprise the platform, I believe that DACSEE has the ability to expand organically as its user base grows domestically and internationally,” Lim said.