19 years old Kazuma Ito, Keiyo Institute student, desire to establish connection between politicians and citizens, especially with the millennial ones. For this purpose, he developed PoliPoli application, which will ease the communication between parties.
Kazuma Ito think that electorate has rare opportunities to talk to politicians.
By the end of first voting in October of 2017, Ito and his classmates have launched PoliPoli app which was used for mayor election in Chikawa prefecture.
This application provided an option for users to ask questions for five candidates directly. More than 5000 people took participation in questioning.
“We manage politic” – is Company’s hashtag.
Such officials as head of running Liberty-Democracy party Shigeru Ishiba, Prime Minister Sindzo Abe, and national Democracy opposition party, Yuchiro Tamaki, subscribed to this application.
Ito is going to update application with token reward system that will be accrued to the accounts of active users, who make publications, comments, questions and etc.
Certain political decisions and actions evoke online trolling wave. But Ito explain, that those who will act in such manner will be out of option to receive tokens from his company.
Disposing of tokens scheduled on September of this year.
As a goal, this start-up considers providing of possibility for citizens to remunerate politicians that they support with tokens. Once the politician gained enough tokens, he will be able to purchase data about his voters, which will help to form his party strategy policy.
As a result, liquidity of PoliPoli app will be increased. In future, Ito’s company plans to allow exchange of tokens on stocks and to use them as financial transactions.
This concept calls “margin economic”. It envisages that users obtain motivation for getting reward via disposing their deposits into community, because cost of tokens can be increased in future as well as company’s shares in regard to economic extend.