"Indigo" aspires to rewire the social bond and revolutionize access to goods and services through a digital tool of solidarity based on a of generosity coin, the Digo.
Offer any object or service to the community using the app. As soon as you create your ad, the app looks for people whose needs match your offer. If no match is found, a BLUE icon appears on the map to inform the community.
Publish all the items and services you need on Indigo! As soon as you create your ad, the app introduces you to someone who can help you. If no match is found, a RED icon appears on the map to inform the community.
You can search for nonprofit events around you and become a volunteer or help associations by offering them the items they need.
The Digo is a virtual currency that you earn by offering objects and services on the platform. The more you offer, the more Digos you earn, allowing you to obtain objects and services offered by the community. Prices are set between 0 and 100 Digos. After your first exchange the platform gives you 20 digos for free.
The digo is the virtual way that allows you to get things or services on the platform. Users give the value they want, to the things and services, between 0 and 100 digos. When you create your account, the platform gives you 5 digos for free.
Indigo aims to give a solution to the issues of our society like environmental or poverty issues. To slow down these phenomenons, we think that mutual help, sharing and the will to improve living conditions are good solutions.
We would like to address the increasing phenomenons of exclusion because they increase the number of helpless people. By developing a tool that favors the generosity of the users, we believe that we are part of a sharing system between people.
We help NGOs to improve their visibility on the platform in order for them to find volunteers easily. By making their events open to anyone, this help NGOs to increase their impact. We also give back 10% of our benefits to various NGOs.
In order to support the integration of refugees, exiled and migrant people in France and Europe, Indigo is supported and financed by the AMIF (Asylum, Migration Integration Fund) of the European Union. This project aims to deploy Indigo in Greece, Finland, Poland, Cyprus, France and Italy to facilitate the social integration of migrant populations in their host countries. In this sense, the application is translated into 3 languages: Urdu, Farsi and Arabic.
Initially funded thanks to a crowdfunding campaign, Indigo had to be transformed into a social enterprise in order to be able to continue to be developed. Mainly owned by the association La Coopérative Indigo, whose goal is to fight against exclusion and precarity. Indigo's business model is unique in history of the 'tech' economy. Indeed, the app shares 10% of its turnover to the associative world. Indigo is a virtuous social network, for the support of general interest. Also, like Wikipedia's business model, user donations are the main source of income.Moreover, Indigo does not sell the data of the users.
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