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shaResource

Arnav Gupta
October 14, 2017
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 shaResource

Arnav Gupta

October 14, 2017
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  1. ShaResource
    Seamless sharing of resource for co-workers and co-residents

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  2. They say . . . Sharing is caring

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  3. So we all started sharing

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  4. So we all started sharing … more

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  5. So we all started sharing … more… and more

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  6. … but it is not always a
    smooth experience
    Sometimes you pay more than you consume.
    Sometimes you have to pay for things you don’t
    need.
    And so often, there is not way to express your
    displeasure at this

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  7. Welcome to shaResource
    • Automatic resource sharing, running on a blockchain
    • Use it at –
    • Shared living (PGs, shared-rent Flats)
    • Co-Working spaces (like CoWrks)
    • Pay for what you consume, instead of 1/N splitting
    • shaResource doesn’t try to replace your notion of money
    • It is Splitwise, but the bills are added automatically and split by usage

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  8. Resources
    ØCONSUMABLE
    • Apples, Milk Cartons, Beer cans
    • Used one-by-one. Get’s consumed when used
    ØUSABLE
    • AC, Heater, Jogging Shoes
    • Used per unit time. Can be used over and over
    ØPAYABLE
    • Water bill, Gas bill
    • Produced, not consumed. Payed one-time
    Types of
    Resources

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  9. Locations
    ØLIVING SPACES
    • Shared-rent house
    ØWORKING SPACES
    • Co-working space
    ØCIVIC USAGE
    • Municipal resources (road, sewage systems)
    Where resources
    are

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  10. Locations have resources
    Each resource (like heater) can exist in mutiple
    instances at a location (like a house with 2 heaters)
    Location based Access Control
    Users get access to a location.
    Access to location = defacto access to it’s resources

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  11. Coworks
    40x Red Bulls
    Coffee Machine
    10x ACs
    CoHostel
    2x Geysers
    10x Milk Cartons
    1x Guitar
    Colony
    1x Road
    4x Street Lights
    2x Dumpsters

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  12. Transactions
    • Consumption of consumable/usable resource; or
    • Production of payable resource
    • Each Transaction is added to the blockchain

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  13. SRT: Shared Resource Tokens
    • -∆ SRT when you consume something worth Rs. ∆
    • -5∆ SRT when you use a Rs. ∆/hr usable for 5 hours
    • +∆ SRT when you pay a bill of Rs. ∆
    • +∆ SRT when you put Rs.∆ worth items into fridge
    • Everyone joins shaResource with 0 (zero) SRT

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  15. Taking out a RedBull can from fridge

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  16. Taking out a RedBull can from fridge

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  17. Taking out a RedBull can from fridge
    transaction {
    user: "1h3v5i13hk5vj2h4bj12"
    location: {
    id: "m23b452", name: "CoWrks", type: "coworking"
    }
    resource: {
    id: "2nbv52", name: "Red Bull Can 300ml"
    }
    resource_id: "2",
    unit_consumed: 1,
    timestamp: "2017-10-08T12:26:50.834Z"
    SRT: -90
    }

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  18. Using the Geyser for 1 hour
    transaction {
    user: "1h3v5i13hk5vj2h4bj12"
    location: {
    id: ”j23m41", name: ”COHO", type: ”costay"
    }
    resource: {
    id: ”n2b34", name: ”Geyser 1000W"
    }
    resource_id: ”1",
    time_consumed: 3600,
    timestamp: "2017-10-08T12:26:50.834Z"
    SRT: -35
    }

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  19. DEMO
    Opening fridge with proximity
    Taking out stuff to eat

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