Rental platform Daylui is crowdfunding on Seedrs to disrupt the sharing economy, allowing users to rent day-to-day items and make money on anything from brand new devices to unwanted Christmas presents.

As demonstrated by the rise of industry giants such as Uber and Airbnb, who all have ‘sharing’ as their main focus point, the sharing economy is a lucrative market. However, when it comes to renting day-to-day items, no available platform pops to mind; enter Daylui, the space to rent cameras, consoles, bikes or any items that you don’t use on a daily basis. 

Over the years people tend to accumulate objects that remain unused. Daylui is the opportunity to give them a new life while making some money on the side, recouping the cost of the item.

Daylui’s peer-2-peer marketplace is based in the UK and was launched at the beginning of 2016. The platform has just announced a crowdfunding campaign with Seedrs to raise £115,000.

Daylui is a web platform that allow people to lease and rent items. Right now its presence is in London, with a steadily growing base of users and items but with the Seedrs campaign Daylui aims to expand throughout the UK and, later, in Germany.

With a successful crowdfunding campaign under its belt, Daylui hopes to increase its user-base and its reach, create dedicated iOS and Android apps and improve both user interface and security measures. 

For more information and to get involved in the campaign, visit their campaign page on Seedrs.