Cycling is a common mode of transport in The Netherlands, with 36% of the people listing the bicycle as their most frequent means of transport on a typical day. The Netherlands’ busiest cycleway, Vredenburg in the city of Utrecht, sees some 32,000 cyclists on an average weekday, and up to 37,000 on peak days. There are several bicycle parking stations in Utrecht. In 2018 the largest one opened for 12,500 bicycles, which makes it the largest in The Netherlands.

Times are changing and nowadays new concepts like ‘bike sharing’ are becoming much more popular. We want to make use of this concept, fit a bike with a GPS tracking lock, build a Javascript application and use the Lisk blockchain for the data registration. Information like who is using the bike, when and its location will be registered on the Lisk blockchain in its own separate side chain. We will build an easy mobile interface to register your usage via a QR code and you are on your way!

Interested in reading more about the Lisk.bike Project? Check out their website Lisk.bike