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Qbix Platform

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Powering Websites and Apps

Building modern, social websites to connect community members is currently so labor-intensive that the typical Qbix customer spends around $10K-90K for a custom-built solution. This enables them to launch not just a website that works in every browser, but also a native app that can be downloaded from app stores, and integrates with native notifications, contacts, calendars, payments and so on.

Qbix has already developed hundreds of reusable components, which all work together seamlessly and can be combined in different ways. This allows Qbix to assemble complex multi-user apps very quickly, and at a fraction of the time and cost of other companies. These components are also more reliable, having subjected to third-party security audits and being battle-tested across many apps.

Re-Usable Components

The key to this is extreme reusability. Every component is built once, then re-used across many projects. For example, network-enabled apps typically all need the same basic features:

 

From there, various apps may want different bundles of functionality:

All these features, and many more, are already being used on a daily basis by Qbix as the company develops custom apps for its clients. The worldwide market address by Qbix Platform includes clients such as startups, universities, religious and civic organizations, universities, cruise ships, towns, villages, and businesses that want to grow their customer base. In Web 1.0, they wanted to publish information for people all over the world to consume. Now, they want all the modern features at a manageable cost.

    • Users: signup, forgot password, sessions, devices, contacts, relationships, admins, etc.

    • Data: roles, access control, tags, invitations, realtime updates, offline notifications, etc.

    • Websites: search engine optimization, metadata for social sharing, articles, advertising, etc.

      • Places: locations, areas, geolocation, interests, maps, group rides, nearby search, etc.

      • Calendars: events, recurring, RSVP, attendance, native calendars integration

      • Assets: badges, leaders, credits, payments, recurring subscriptions, etc.

  1. Each customer (organization) can only redeem up to 1,000,000 QBUX per month

  2. QBUX can be used to pay for up to 50% of the charges, the other 50% must be paid in fiat, Bitcoin or other currency acceptable to Qbix, Inc.

These limitations are similar to Groupon deals for a merchant, or insurance copays at a doctor, or to ticket sales to a venue. Any unused QBUX can be sold to others, to help QBUX holders avoid losing money to breakage. This is similar to secondary markets like StubHub for tickets.

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