Android is the most popular operating system in the world. According to Google, the system is installed on more than 2 billion devices.

The most popular product for owners of these gadgets are applications, with Google Play acting as the main platform for Android applications. It hosts more than 2 million applications for Android.

While Google is more open and free than iOS, Google Play still has a number of limitations. For example, Google prohibits placing ad-blocking applications for downloads, not all applications are available for downloads in some countries. Developers still need to pay a fee of about $25 to place their application on the marketplace.

The decentralized platform DAO PlayMarket 2.0 can solve these issues. Its architecture implies a lock-resistant access to applications. Participation in the project will be beneficial for everybody: developers, investors, and users. Developers will be able to release their tokens within their applications and attract additional funding to their projects via the built-in platform. Developers can also attract users by distributing tokens between them in exchange for installing their applications.

Investors who participate in the crowdsale of the DAO PlayMarket 2.0 will receive dividend income from the PlayMarket Foundation. This fund will be replenished by a 5% commission fee, paid by developers who issue their own tokens of their applications. And users will get access to applications resistant to blocking from any country of the world.

The platform will host a built-in crypto-exchange PEX. It will be possible to exchange tokens of the platform and applications to fiat or other cryptocurrencies and back. The exchange will be decentralized, and therefore more resistant to possible hacker attacks.

According to the White Paper of the project, the platform already cooperates with 185 development teams and has more than a million contacts with private developers.

Unlike the centralized Google Play, the commission of the DAO PlayMarket 2.0 platform when placing applications are a modest 1%, while Google Play charges developers with about 30% commission.

DAO PlayMarket 2.0 is built on the Ethereum ecosystem, but the architectural design is not tied to any particular blockchain. In the case of creating a more suitable blockchain, the platform can easily be transferred to it.

Unlike many projects that organize crowdsales and ICO, the DAO PlayMarket 2.0 already has ready-made products: there are a developed alpha version of the decentralized Android application store, a mobile application and website design, a created prototype of a cold wallet, and written prototypes of smart contracts. The project has attracted $350,000 from various private investors during the closed round.

Among the project's advisors are the prominent Chinese miner and investor Chandler Guo, the chairman of the Blockchain Canada Association, Mani Igar, the famous game developer and producer Roman Povolotsky, the founder of Expert Systems Ilya Churakov and the founder of BitBaza fund and co-owner of the AK47pool pool Artem Zverev.

All news related to the project can be read on their web site and in their Telegram channel