Delicia ICO

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Decentralized Global Food Network. Delicia ICO rating – not rated.

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PRE ICO Dates : 31/07/18 – 31/08/18
Ended ICO : 01/09/18 – 31/10/18

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About Delicia ICO (token sale)

About Delicia

First-of-its-kind Decentralized Global Food Network for Restaurants and Retail Food Chains powered by Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain.

The Delicia ICO solution is powered by the Blockchain technology and uses multipurpose food tokens called “DFT”. It revolutionizes a cashless ecosystem enabling customers to use their DFT tokens to pay the sellers at food marts, bars and restaurants using the free user friendly Delicia app. Sellers on the other hand, may use the app or the Delicia portal to login and publish available food items in stock or near expiry or surplus stocks as the case may be. The Delicia app allows both location-based search and a customized search for food, people and restaurants.

Potential buyers in the same location and/or neighborhood or city as the sellers who have registered for the service, will receive push notifications anytime a listing is published by the sellers. Buyer listings can be aligned too and prioritized based on their preference settings. The buyer can go to the seller and purchase the Items with our “DFT” tokens. Any buyer may then lookup the available items with different sellers and make a request to purchase. Since there will be no cash/card transaction involved, payment processing will be only made via “DFT” tokens.

The Blockchain ledger will track and hold all transactions and allow real-time lookup from both the buyer and seller ends. A minimum transaction fee in the form of “DFT” tokens from the Seller will be charged for every transaction.

Reiterating on the Delicia ICO value, giving away excess food to those consumers who are in need is no longer just an act of goodwill, it is a requirement under a 2016 French law that bans grocery stores from throwing away edible food. Stores can
be fined up to $4,500 for each infraction.