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Dylyver
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Dylyver ICO
Ticker: Dycoin
ICO start: 2018-09-01 00:00:00
ICO end: 2018-10-31 00:00:00
Price: 1 DYC = 0.1 USD
Bonus: 1
Tokens: 275,000,000 Dycoin
Tokentype: ERC20
Hardcap: 50,000,000 USD
Softcap: 2,000,000 USD
Platform: Ethereum
Distributed: 55%
Accepting: BTC, DASH, ETH, LTC, Fiat

Their mission is based on two mobile applications: the ride sharing platform "Dylyver Drive" that connects drivers and passengers, and a peer-to-peer platform for parcel delivery "Dylyver Cargo" that connects senders, couriers and receivers. Dylyver Drive is a ride sharing platform that allows users to quickly order a vehicle at any time whenever they are just with a click of a button. Dylyver Cargo is a social courier delivery service for parcels. Via Dylyver App users can now send parcels to their relatives and friends quickly and at a favourable price by people who travel in the same direction, and who have enough free space in the vehicle or in the backpack.

Development of smart contracts and integration of ride sharing and package delivery platforms with Blockchain will allow the company to make a decentralized environment, where payments will be immediately and securely moved from user’s crypto wallet to driver’s or courier’s wallet upon successful trip or package delivery.

Description[edit]

Dylyver is a startup technology company based in Budapest, Hungary. They are passionate about two things:
1. Harnessing technology and the benefits of a two-sided market to improve the experience and efficiency of ridesharing and package delivery; and
2. Building a loyal and long-term user base by offering the opportunity for users to generate passive income through our ridesharing and delivery services.
The foundation of our business model is a fully automated two-sided market for drivers and riders on one hand; and package senders, couriers, and recipients on the other.
Dylyver Drive is our communal ridesharing application for iPhone and Android devices that connects riders and drivers. Users can request a ride with a press of a button on their mobile phone. A menu of ride service offerings matches customers’ style, budget, and requirements. A user can potentially become a driver in as little as three days with their mobile phone and vehicle by registering to become a Dylyver driver-partner and being approved by our vehicle and driver validation process.
Dylyver Drive benefits and competitive advantages include:
• Riders can track the exact position of their driver on the app’s map before and after the trip.
• Riders can split the amount of the trip among travel companions.
• Riders can book a car category that best matches their needs and budget from standard to SUVs, minivans or bus service.
• Riders can pre-set locations (such as a friend’s place) as the destination of their trip.
• Riders can add trusted drivers to their ride. These drivers will receive the ride request first.
• Riders can pay by credit card, cash or their cryptocurrency wallet.
• Riders can share their position with friends and family.
• Riders can schedule a ride for any time and day in the future.
Dylyver Cargo is an on-demand peer to peer package delivery platform. Their service captures the opportunity between those who want to send a parcel and a traveler going in the same direction. Senders download the Cargo app and easily send their packages at an affordable cost with full control of the delivery. Travelers/couriers deliver those packages and get paid for their efforts which can help recoup their overall travel costs. Package recipients can easily follow and track the delivery with our mobile application. The result is an efficient delivery ecosystem which fills a previously underdeveloped niche.
Dylyver Cargo benefits and competitive advantages include:
• Anyone on the Dylyver platform can be a sender, courier or recipient.
• Payment is triggered automatically when the courier successfully delivers an item to the recipient.
• Senders can split delivery costs with recipients.
• Senders can send oversized items and multiple packages.
• Sender and recipient can track their courier’s exact location on the map and communicate with the courier via the chat function.
• Senders can add their preferred couriers on the app.
• Couriers are liable for loss and damage to the parcel up to the insurance amount provided by the sender.

Roadmap[edit]

Q1 2017: Concept formation.
Team building.
Market survey and analytics.
System architecture development.
Q2 2017: Backend implementation.
Start of creation of Cargo Mobile App.
Construction of web page.
Q3 2017: Completion of development of the native application Cargo for iOS.
Completion of development of the native application Cargo for Android.
Cargo application testing.
Q4 2017: Start of creation of Drive Mobile App.
Preparation for ICO campaign.
Q1 2018: Completion of development of the native application Drive for iOS.
Completion of development of the native application Drive for Android.
Drive application testing.
Creation and registration of Dycoin Tokens.
Q2 2018: Pre-ICO.
Team enlargement.
ICO.
Blockchain integration.
Creation of smart contracts.
Q3 2018: Global triggering of Dylyver services.
First payment of promotion bonuses on the Dylyver Market program.
New sign ups of drivers and curiers in all cities worldwide.
Global marketing campaign.
The Dycoin Token is exposed in cryptocurrency exchanges.
Q4 2018: Franchise allocation.
Issue of Dycoin debit cards.
Q1 2019: The branches of Dylyver are opened worldwide.
It has partnered with local service centers and taxi agencies.
Dylyver global road shows.
Q2 2019: Cooperation with global payment companies.
Global Dylyver conference.[1]

Team[edit]

name: title: links: group: photo: iss:
Vladimir Loskarjov Director General https://www.linkedin.com/in/vloskarjov/ Vladimir Loskarjov photo 7.7
Vyacheslav Loskarjov Chief Marketing Officer Vyacheslav Loskarjov photo 4.2
Zahar Antyipin Chief Technical Officer Zahar Antyipin photo 4.2
Sandor Jablonczay System Engineer https://www.linkedin.com/in/vloskarjov/ Sandor Jablonczay photo 4.2
Svitlana Romanova Web Designer https://www.linkedin.com/in/svitlana-romanova-8b757086/ Svitlana Romanova photo 4.2
Nikolay Vorozheykin Branch Manager Nikolay Vorozheykin photo 4.2
Pavel Igyarto Project Manager https://www.linkedin.com/in/pavel-igyarto-00176285/ Pavel Igyarto photo 4.2
Tatjana Gomba Executive Officer https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatjana-gomba-715303163/ Tatjana Gomba photo 4.2
Savio Gomez, Capt Strategic Advisor https://www.linkedin.com/in/savio-gomez-capt/ Savio Gomez, Capt photo 35.1
Illia Pashkov Strategic Advisor https://www.linkedin.com/in/illiapashkov Illia Pashkov photo 26.4
Bogomil Alexandrov Advisor https://www.linkedin.com/in/bogomil-alexandrov-924b2844/ Bogomil Alexandrov photo 11.9
Duyen Tran Advisor https://www.linkedin.com/in/duyensaigon/ Duyen Tran photo 11.9

External links[edit]

Dylyver on Twitter
Dylyver on Telegram
Dylyver on Facebook
Dylyver on Medium
Dylyver on Bitcointalk
Dylyver on Github
Dylyver on Reddit
Dylyver on Youtube
Dylyver Official Website
Dylyver Whitepaper

Sources[edit]

  1. https://ico.dylyver.com/

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