SnagRide – America’s First Long-Distance Ridsharing App


Step aside Uber, we’ve got a long drive ahead of us and SnagRide’s going to take the wheel.

What is SnagRide, exactly? It’s America’s first long-distance ridesharing community that combines AI with the increasingly popular blockchain technology.

With just a simple tap of a button, you can relish in door-to-door pickup and drop-offs across the country with secure transactions.

This technology allows the SnagRide platform to simply manage the lifecycle between drivers and passengers willing to travel together between cities and share the cost of the trip. SnagRide also recognizes the need for an affordable, secure, and convenient long distance ridesharing alternative in the U.S.

SnagRide will be showing its app in the near future as soon as they wrap up the necessary crowdfunding goal. The pre-sale for tokens will last four weeks followed by a four-week Crowdsale at 25 cents per SnagRide Token.

SnagRide’s goal is to provide its users an easy and secure transportation alternative between major cities that doesn’t involve cramped seats on a slow bus, unreliable and expensive regional passenger trains or interminable hassle of a plane ride.

Currencies for the SnagRide app include:

  • Ethereum
  • Bitcoin
  • Litecoin

SnagRide is only retaining 15% of the tokens while 84% are distributed to the public and 1% for bounties.

So if you’re inclined to start enjoying future long-distance rideshares, head to today.



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