Blockchain Built for Last-Mile Delivery

Hello everyone, this new post I want to introduce about NextPark project, and for more details let’s just go to the following discussion:


NextPakk is a delivery service that allows customers to schedule delivery within an hour of the window ensuring customers are at home when the package arrives. NextPakk uses blockchain technology to track packages, while protecting customer identity and ensuring timely delivery.

For package shipments, NextPakk uses shared economies like Lyft, Uber, and AirBnB. Individuals can earn extra income in their spare time by sending packages to NextPakk.


While 30% of Americans report having encountered packet theft, in an attempt to avoid the inconvenience of lost shipments and packets lost or stolen from their homes, 35% of Americans sent their packets to alternative addresses, resulting in additional costs, mileage, and increased emissions .

Last-mile shipments are an ongoing logistics puzzle as shipping companies continue to struggle in the best way to manage an increasingly powerful e-commerce market. The biggest challenge in the last mile is the customer’s push. Incorrect addresses, remote locations, narrow locations, absence of subscribers to receive packages, unexpected order cancellations, and order returns are some of the major drawbacks of today’s last mile shipment. With e-commerce showing no signs of slowing down, and developing countries adding to the boom in online shopping, retailers and operators alike are looking at every corner for a solution.

According to Ed Rogers, a senior engineer with UPS who worked on the last mile problem, “if we shave a mile of every route across the US every day – $ 50 million in savings.”


Blockchain and sharing economy, each disruptive on their own, were combined to create a decentralized platform for consumer-scheduled evening delivery, 7 days/ week. Creating a marketplace of online shoppers, local businesses for package delivery points (PDPs), and local last-mile delivery drivers that gives consumers convenience, control, and security over their delivery. Pakka blockchain will be the backbone of the DApps built to conduct Logistics business and last-mile services, using the Pakka tokens as payment and or collateral for packages, while changing hands from pick up until delivery.


Having fewer facilities decreases the proximity to consumers, reduces delivery speed and cost more money. An insufficient number of distribution facilities will increase travel time.


The location of last-mile distribution centers is critical. A company that doesn’t choose its distribution centers wisely will still incur considerable expense and delay during the last mile.


A five-mile trip in a busy city can take time. In more congested areas, companies will need to consider more than just distance.


With more people shopping online missed deliveries and package theft is a serious problem.


We’re’ partnering with local businesses to be our package delivery points to effectively utilize unused space. This will allow us to be scalable with minimal infrastructure while increasing the proximity to consumers.


Our Package Delivery Points (PDPs) are located close (typically < 5 miles) to where our customers live, resulting in shorter distances and less time to make the final delivery to customers.


With our additional PDPs spread out in strategic locations in a city, we can efficiently overcome traffic challenges.


Our PDPs and drivers are incentivized to create a platform that gives shoppers the control to schedule the day and time of delivery when they’re home. This results in zero missed deliveries and zero package theft.


  • Retailers’ profit margins increase from fewer stolen packages
  • Local stores benefit from the use of extra space
  • Drivers earn extra income, using their vehicles to deliver packages
  • Carriers’ profit margin increase from fewer missed deliveries and miles traveled
  • Consumers gain convenience, control, and security due to fewer missed deliveries, stolen packages and limited personal information

NEXTPAKK ICO Distribution

Pakka blockchain operates on a fungible token approach. Pakka – a token for exchanging value on the platform, tracking packages and establishing an effective chain of custody. The same Pakka tokens can be used to obtain NextPakk services and partner services as long as NextPakk operates in an area and there is a need for deliveries on this planet. Using Pakka tokens consumers can buy physical products and services from Pakka-enabled merchants.

  • We’re allotting 50% of the tokens to fuel platform adoption.
  • The remaining 50% will be sold in three phases.
  • Total circulation of Pakka tokens will be 1 billion.
  • As part of private token sale we are selling 80 million Pakka tokens.


Private Token Sale

  • Supply: 8%
  • Duration: Mar 29th – July 30th, 2018
  • Price: 1Pakka = $.16 USD
  • Goal: 12.8 million USD
  • Public Pre-ICO:
  • Supply: 12%
  • Duration: Aug 1st – Aug 31st, 2018
  • Price: 1Pakka = $.24 USD
  • Goal: 28.8 million USD

Public ICO 

  • Supply: 30%
  • Duration: Sep 1st – Sep 30th, 2018
  • Price: 1Pakka = $.32 USD
  • Goal: 96 million USD

NextPakk ICO Roadmap

Q1 2016 Seed planted for NextPakk

Q3 2016 V1 of NextPakk as a physical solution

Q1 2017 Collected feedback from users on V1 and revisited the solution

Q2 2017 V2 of NextPakk solution based on shared ecosystem MVPConducted over 700 customer interviews

Q3 2017 Ran a pilot program involving 10+ apartment complexes

Q4 2017 Started work on building the platform based on blockchain

Q1 2018 Web app launch

Q2 2018 Private Tokensale

Q3 2018 ICO and token distribution

Q4 2018 Market reach in 3 US major cities

Q2 2019 Pakka DApps launch UK/AU/DE markets

Q4 2019 Expansion into 10 US major cities R&D using AI in Logistics

Q4 2020 Expansion into sub-Saharan countries

Q4 2021 Continued worldwide integration with the global supply chain.

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