Atidium is a payment and budget management decentralised application for individuals and businesses. The Atrium Dapp will allow to use ATD tokens as a way of keeping track of your future expenses. Improving your budget status by sharing daily tips from other users in the network. Sending ATD tokens from wallet to wallet and allowing to set rules on a token by setting its color. The token can be used to pay around the world with the DApp and debit card, the same as the traditional way.
The Atidium DApp works in 5 steps. First is to deposit ATD token in the DApp. Second, split and paint ATD tokens and decide how to use them. Third pay with ATD token in any business around the world in five different ways. Fourth, you can send it to a recipient and decide how and when they will use it. fifth, manage your budget easily and track your expenses and payments.
The use of smart contract payments allow to set a different kinds of values and conditions that the recipient must follow in order to get your payment. Users can do direct transfer between accounts on the Atrium network easily and fast. NFC protocol is supported in millions of cashiers around world. Atrium debit card and ATM will also be supported.
The total token supply is 1.5 billion.
Token symbol: ATD
60% ATD airdropped to EOS holder using the genesis snapshot.
20% ATD tokens will be used for development and marketing.
20%ATD is reserved by the team.
Eliav Cohen, co-dounder and co-CEO
Idan More, co-founder and co-CEO
Eliran Cohen, co-fonder and CTO
December 2017, The idea of a unique simple blockchain solution, budget management and payment tool for everyone. Atidium is born.
February 2018, Decision on EOS blockchain as new ground for development and deployment of Atidium network
June 2018, Atidium network is publicly announced and the ATD airdrop launches.
January 2019, Implementation of other Atidium features as shared wallet, immediately allowance transfer between parents to children and the reward system.
February 2019, Beta launch for testers of the Atidium core network and DApp. Open-Source code is released.
June 2020, Atidium is now completely Open-Source Decentralized Payment and Budget Application.