The BlockFood project is the first project from the Open Sharing Economy foundation.
BlockFood aims to become the first nonprofit decentralized service that allows customers to order food from restaurants and have it delivered by couriers. BlockFood technical architecture is based on smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain.
BlockFood's business model relies on fair wealth distribution and a dynamic commission rate adjusted to structure costs.
Business development of BlockFood is made possible through independent users, the BlockFood ambassadors, who will canvass their local businesses and introduce them to the platform.
To fund this project, a pre-sale will take place on January 8th 2018 and is planned to last four weeks. All funds collected are a donation to the Open Sharing Economy Foundation which coordinates the development and promotion of the ecosystem. If the pre-sale is a success, a token sale will be organized in March 2018. During this token sale, participants will be able to exchange ether for BlockFoodTokens, a token which fuels the platform.
This document will explain the philosophy of the project, its market, the technical solution, the team behind the project and how the token sale will be executed.