Zawadi, a blockchain technology developer making accessible and practical tools for the ticketing industry, announced a recent integration with Eventbrite’s API.
Event organizers using Eventbrite can now deliver tokenized tickets to their attendees through social messaging apps including WhatsApp, Facebook, and Line.
The Zawadi team has been collaborating with the Matic Network team during the last few months to build a tokenized mobile ticket delivery system that can be integrated with the most popular ticketing platforms. This integration with Eventbrite opens access to 900,000 event creators who manage over 4 million events annually.
Already live on beta-mainnet, Zawadi will be transitioning to full mainnet once launched. The scalability of the Matic Network will allow the platform to handle large volumes of ticket transactions; meeting the demands of millions of users, even during periods of high traffic.
How It Works
Once an attendee purchases an Eventbrite ticket from an organizer using Zawadi, an NFT with the ticket details is minted on Matic Network and delivered to the buyer messenger account.
Tickets can then be transferred on-chain on the secondary market with the recipient having the assurance that the tickets are genuine and that no other copy exists. This eliminates occurrences where scammers sell fakes or resell a single ticket multiple times to unsuspecting buyers.
Using Biconomy’s relayer infrastructure for peer to peer ticket transfers, Zalwadi’s platform removes blockchain complexities. No gas fees, user transaction signing, and private key management. Ticket transfers are as easy as sending a text or a photo.
Post beta, Zawadi plans on launching its application on other major ticketing platforms starting out with Universe in Q2 2020.