|Distributed in ICO||60%|
|Token price||1 ETH = 1,000 EVE|
|Tokens for sale||60,000,000|
|Hard cap||10,000,000 USD|
|Min. investment||0.5 ETH|
Devery.io is developing the Devery Protocol, a decentralized verification platform that enables marking and tracking over the Ethereum network. The protocol allows manufacturers, brands, retailers and any other party to assign unique signatures to any products, services or digital goods sold, issued and traded online.
The unique signatures are stored on the Ethereum network and can be queried to determine contextual data (including location, date, manufacturer/point-of-origin and the identification of the verifying party). Verification is not limited to the sale of physical goods and services, and can be extended to verifying the authenticity and legitimacy of any digital goods and services (such as certificates and courses).
The protocol is the base layer of the Devery ecosystem. It can be used to build application level verification services and can be integrated with any existing e-commerce stores, applications or services. This fosters a competitive market of third-party verification services for specialty commercial markets, such as the clothing and apparel industry, technology, food markets, raw materials, education and other digitally sold goods and services.
An operational token, the Entry Verification Engine (EVE), is the engine that powers the protocol. The EVE token is required to generate unique signatures and contextual data on the protocol. Any application that builds on top of the Devery protocol requires the user to spend EVE tokens, which are received by the owner of the application as a fee for their verification services.
As a business, you can only ensure produce is authentic through finding trusted suppliers. Devery allows organisations selling products via e-commerce to ensure their supply chain is secure. This prevents counterfeits and ensures supply agreements are honoured.
- Secure Distribution
If a supplier does not honour terms of distribution, items can be marked as illegitimate. This ensures the organisation’s brand value remains untarnished.
- Counterfeiting Protection
Items can no longer be counterfeited before purchase as the incentive to do so is greatly diminished.
- Supply Chain Transparency
Socially conscious businesses can opt to provide the location of their products throughout the supply chain.
Consumers now have the ability to ensure the item they have purchased online is legitimate before it is posted. This removes the traditional problem of having to trust retailers online to provide legitimate items as the consumer can check an item’s validity using the Devery platform before purchase.
- 60% Distributed by crowdsale to the public
- 20% Held within the company reserves
- 15% Allocated towards founders & advisors
- 5% Held for future contributors to the project
- Andrew Rasheed - Founder & Product Lead
- Chironjit Das - Community and Finance
- Antoine Najjarin - Partnerships & Strategy
- Bok Khoo - Technical Advisor
- John Shi-Nash - Advisor
- Dorjee Sun - Advisor
- Alex Trottier - Advisor
- Q4 2017
Release alpha of Devery protocol, consumer verification & brand marking application
- Q1 2018
Trial implementation with our e-commerce partners
- Q2 2018
Launch the beta of the protocol and brand marking application
- Q3 2018
Release the full version of the protocol and brand marking application
- Q4 2018
Release the Consumer iOS and Android applications