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|Original author(s)||Annika Monari and Alan Vey|
|Developer(s)||Aventus Protocol Foundation|
The Aventus Protocol is an open standard event ticketing platform based on blockchain. The software protocol allows the price of tickets to be controlled, a unique identity associated with each ticket and a record of who it was sold to. It is being developed by the UK-based Aventus Protocol Foundation in order to combat counterfeit tickets and uncontrolled resale. The Aventus Protocol is based on Ethereum blockchain technology and its crypto token is the Aventus Token (AVT).
Annika Monari and Alan Vey are the co-founders and directors of the Aventus Protocol Foundation. The project was funded by selling shares in September 2017—it crowdfunded 60000 Ether during both a private pre-sale and a public initial coin offering.
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