The project boasts about having a downloadable application available at both Google Play and App Store. I checked the app at Google and found out that it was downloaded only slightly more than 50 times, which is a pathetic result for a startup that wants to attract serious funds. The idea is fine - we need a blockchain alternative to AirBnB - but EzyStayz didn't manage to execute it properly.
Mr.Right January 10, 2020 Reply
EzyStaZ has a number of pros and cons. First of all, it pleases me to see that someone is responsible enough to develop at least some kind of a working platform before going out to beg the crypto community for money. Secondly, I like their team roster. But they are entering a space that is becoming super competitive, so the chances of success are getting slimmer by the day.
QwertyPuma December 23, 2019 Reply
The property market offers enormous potential for the incorporation of blockchain technology. All technological specifications and capabilities of blockchain are tailored for the needs of the real estate industry. EzyStayz wants to occupy only a certain niche of this market, but it would be enough for this project to shine, given that the team puts more effort into platform development. All in all, EzyStays will stay on my radar while I'll keep looking for other interesting ICOs.
Manol0 November 23, 2019 Reply
EzyStayz is one of those projects that desperately want to become the AirBNB on the blockchain. The idea is interesting at its core, but its realization by EzyStayz, and many other startups that had entered this field before, leaves much to be desired. What EzyStayz does is just substituting traditional payment gateways with the one based on crypto. There's nothing wrong about that; it's just we see project after project offering something similar but failing to execute the idea to perfection. I think that it would also be the case for EzyStayz.
Micky B3LL November 5, 2019 Reply
The property market is booming right now, which means that projects like EzyStayz might have a chance for commercial success. By now, users probably have found many issues, inherent to AirBnB, and similar online platforms for property renting. Which means that now they will be looking for some fresh solution. Is there anything "fresher" than the blockchain technology? I doubt that, so EzyStayz might pose a threat as a competitor to the established players.
Big Shorter October 7, 2019 Reply
It is good to see EzyStayz launching a platform before the token sale, though there are no decent booking options there at a given time, not even photos of rented out properties. I also wonder why there are no cryptocurrencies among the available payment options on that platform. Will they be added after the conclusion of the IEO? I couldn’t find any specific information about this, so I would need to send the inquiry to the team.
Zac September 9, 2019 Reply
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