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JITLA unique decentralized

ride-hailing platform powered by blockchain

JITLA is a unique decentralized ride-hailing platform powered by blockchain.
JITLA will empower both, drivers and passengers.

JITLA will disrupt existing business models and remove the corporate intermediaries involved in transactions. Our ride-hailing platform has created a new paradigm for the ride-hailing industry. We are the first platform in this niche to express the full features of the decentralized ride-hailing economy.


It was in 2009 that the traditional taxi industry got disrupted by a company called Uber. It was an innovative idea of connecting the passengers and drivers through a platform. During the following years, other companies appeared in countries like Ola in India, Didi in China, Grab in Singapore, Careem in Dubai, and so on.

What will JITLA Solve?

The problem is that existing models lack many of the functions that JITLA will incorporate within our platform. For example:

Problem — Cost: The main aim of any rid-sharing organization is to create long-term loyal customers. For a long time, prices have been surging and currently, up to 25 percent commission can be charged by a taxi service. Passengers and drivers have been searching for alternatives.


Using blockchain technology JITLA will create a fully transparent auditable and immutable ledger of transactions with a friendly user interface to access all the data of fare payment details.

ProblemBad Service: A good reputation is essential for a company to survive and in this industry, passenger safety is the most important aspect. There have been incident reports where actual physical abuse has taken place by both the driver and passenger.


All JITLA customers will be able to view full driver details including comments and feedback from other passengers. All the comments and journey experiences will be stored n the distributed ledger. The JITLA mobile app will incorporate a unique ‘SOS’ call function for emergency situations.

Problem — A Centralized service: Apart from a high level of government control, there are other problems associated with a fully centralized service of this nature. These include exploitation of commission charges and personal data breaches also with the risk of identity theft.


JITLA addresses these problems with a unique system where driver income, the passenger’s fare, and the total commission is transparently stored. Within our own governance, we will ensure that the latest cyber-security systems are in place to protect our customer data.