Focused on unlocking the potential of Africa, Asia and Europe emerging cities with a million population or more.
A unified currency accepted by all Vite riders and drivers globally, allowing for fast growth across emerging cities.
Vitecoin removes the hassle
of carrying bulk of cash for payments, as well as credit card limitations and fees.
Users do not give up their personal data using Vitecoin. There’s no third party data manipulation unlike with credit cards.
August 20, 2018
September 29, 2018
1 ETH = 10000 VT
With help from our teams, contributors and investors these are the milestones we are looking forward to achieve.
Raised pre-seed funding from local angels.
Development of Vite MVP begins.
Launched a successful private beta with 1000+ customers in Mauritius.
Vite is incorporated in Mauritius.
Vite participated in Aeternity ventures incubator program, Bulgaria.
Private token swap event
(August 20th to September 29th 2018)
Pre-token swap event
(October 1st to October 31st 2018)
Public launch of Vite on Android across Mauritius and Southern Africa
Main token swap event
(November 15th to December 22nd)
Vite is listed on exchanges
Vite undertakes social impact projects.
Vite expands across Africa and Asia.
Vite expands into Europe
Vite App, available on android and iOS is a mobile phone application that facilitates peer to peer ridesharing by connecting passengers who need a ride with drivers who have a car at the tap of the button.
The MVP has been successfully beta tested with select customers in the tech savvy island of Mauritius in the indian ocean. Our revolutionary inbuilt Vitecoin payment will be accessible on both rider and driver apps prior to our launch.
We're a diverse team of enthusiastic builders - developers, designers, and entrepreneurs - who love what we do.
Co-founder & CEO
A seasoned internet entrepreneur and a second time founder. Ukeme has extensive experience building and scaling internet businesses.
He co-founded study-domain.com and sold to an American based company, code9media. Ukeme is co-founding Vite with a mission to simplify lives, empower people and create a safer world.
Co-founder & COO
Isaac is an accomplished business consultant responsible for the exceptional business and product development success at Vite.
Previously, Isaac has delivered outright driven solutions for international organizations such as African Leadership Network and Ghana Health Service. Members of the Vite team know him to be a workaholic, known to stay up until small hours of the night to make sure the Vite machine is working without a hitch.
Tilal is an experienced Tech professional with nearly a decade under his belt.
Tilal has been a catalyst behind hugely successful international tech startups.Today he focuses on building Vite’s tech infrastructure to keep our business humming as we scale globally and create a safer world.
Chief Marketing Officer
Sylvan is a technology writer and ICO advisor who is passionate about the potential of blockchain technology to postively transform many aspects of society.
He has invested in many emerging blockchain companies from around the world and believes that cryptocurrencies offer enormous opportunities for organisations to improve the way they do business and for individuals to improve their lives. An expert in digital marketing, he previously marketed for top brands across Australia and Europe
VP of Marketing
Daniel has been in the marketing space for quite some time, working with top quality brands like the Training Mask, as well as celebrity individuals such as Tony Little.
An expert in digital marketing, he previously worked for a ridesharing company in San francisco.
Henry is a sales professional. He founded Vitalives, a US based public corporation aimed at eradicating global malnutrition through a one -for- one business model.He successfully raised funding from accredited US investors. Joining the Vite team, Henry is excited about the opportunities to apply his experience and know-how in scaling Vite across emerging markets.
6th President of Mauritius
Ameenah served as the 6th president of Mauritius . She is well-acquainted with nearly every head of state in Africa and across several countries in the world.
Currently, she is one of the foremost advocates for the adoption of blockchain technology in Africa and Asia & recently spoke at the Africa Blockchain Conference in Uganda. She had previously worked with some members of the Vite team on a successful TED project in Mauritius. Today, she spends her time working closely with the Vite team to keep our projects on track.
Vice-Chairman of the Global Blockchain Application Research Foundation
Dr Walter is well connected within the blockchain industry and a keynote speaker at events around the world.He has built high connections at high government and corporate levels in indonesia after setting and operating technology companies there.
He is a visiting professor at the University of Tokyo and University of Waseda in Japan.And also a delegate for EU funded programs via IPEC in Turkey.
Jawad is a renowed UK trained lawyer with extensive experience in corporate law and litigation.
He rendered legal services for a host of Magic Circle Firms (Freshfields, Bruckhaus Deringer) and two Silver Circle Firms (Herbert Smith Freehills and Ashurst). Jawad is passionate about blockchain technologies, the legal aspects and the regulation framework.
Co-founder and VP of ICOwatchlist
Emmanuel is a passionate believer in the unlimited possibilities of the blockchain technology. Before getting involved with blockchain technology, he founded two startups, raised venture funding from institutional investors and had successful exits.
Currently, he is a technology entrepreneur and an advocate for the adoption and use of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT).
Samuel is a technology entrepreneur with over 10 years experience of business development for technology companies across Africa.
He co-founded Streemio, raised venture funding from European Investors and sold to Spinlet for seven figures.
Below we’ve provided a bit of ICO, ICO Token, cryptocurrencies, and few others. If you have any other questions, please get in touch using the contact form below.
The answer is yes. Big telecommunication networks such as MTN and Vodafone introduced mobile money e-wallets to African nations – people use them to store cash, pay their bills and transfer money to their friends and families. According to a report by Bank of Ghana, more than $500 million transactions were made through mobile money platforms in Ghana alone.But here is the point: All Vitecoin transactions are entirely digital, meaning that riders can purchase and use Vitecoin at the tap of a button within the app, without fear of internal network failure that is common occurrence with mobile money platforms.
There are more than 150 emerging market cities across Africa, Europe and Asia with a population of a million or more without a ridesharing service.Combined with a widespread smartphone adoption, Africa’s urban transport market alone stands at $4 billion annually and growing.
Vite will be operational in 35 cities globally with more than 250,000 empowered partner drivers, 10 million active riders and annual revenue of $100 million.
Vite will list on exchanges no later than December 24th 2018, once the ICO is completed.