Diveco Logistics
Diveco Logistics
Token: XDIV

World's First Decentralized Logistics Platform

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-04-10
End date: 2018-05-10

Registrated in: Poland

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20


Diveco Logistics categories
Business services Infrastructure Platform Smart Contract Software
Diveco Logistics token sale
KYC passing required No | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries None
Tokens for sale 146,750,000
Token distribution in ICO
Price 1 XDIV = 0.04 USD
Price in PreICO 1 XDIV = 0.02 USD
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Random whitepaper excerpts

------- 1.1 Global ERP systems
------- 1.2 ERP systems in Poland
------- 1.3 Market competition based on
Gartner Magic Quadrant report4
------- 1.4 Diveco Logistics in the market
of ERP systems 
2. Diveco Logistics
------- 2.1 Diveco Logistics concept
------- 2.2 Project advantages/benefits 6
------- 2.3 Sectors supported by system 6
------- 2.4 Company’s mission and goals 7
------- 2.5 System’s development
------- 3.1 Blockchain technology
------- 3.2 Tangle technology
------- 3.3 Technical assumptions
------- 3.3.1 Shift Data, Tangle –
Proof of Work 
------- 3.3.2 Valid Data, Blockchain –
Proof of Work
------- 3.3.3 Store Data, Blockchai –
Proof of Space
------- 3.4 Diveco Logistics economy 10

1.1 Global ERP systems
RP systems are currently one of the main analytical and planning tools
used in the daily life of modern enterprises. They also help in the day-
to-day management of the company. This system collects all the data
regarding the current resources, finances, orders and business process
es taking place in the enterprise. It’s no surprise then, that ERP systems are being
used by smaller and smaller enterprises. This is incentivised by the cloud service
delivery model - even the smallest company can use the ERP system, delivered
as a cloud service without having to invest in its own IT infrastructure. However,
usage of these systems is not that popular in larger enterprises, due to security
reasons. Cloud systems are still vulnerable to cyber attacks and theft or editing
of confidential data.
An important tendency in the implementation of ERP systems is also the emphasis
on the effectiveness of the system implementation, and...

According to Eurostat, the average ERP class system usage in the
European Union countries is nearly twice as high as in Poland (about 21%
and 23% for the “older fifteen member” countries), however, it still means
that only every fifth company in the European Union is using
integrated systems ERP.
As for the ERP system manufacturers in Poland, there are many domestic en-
terprises operating on the market, the largest of which according to data from 2012
provided by IDC is Comarch, with a 12.5% market share.
The largest market share is 40.9%, belonging to SAP. The third biggest enter-
prise is Oracle, with 11.7% of the Polish market. The next two places are occupied
by IFS and BPSC with shares of 4.8% and 4.0% respectively. Interestingly, the per-
centage shares of these companies have oscillated around these percentages for
several years. Similarly, the order of the leading suppliers of ERP systems on the
Polish market has not changed for several years.

1.4 Diveco Logistics on ERP systems market
he Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) market is expected to be worth
more than $ 49.50 billion by 2020, according to a new report.The Mar-
ket Research Engine, in January 2017, published its latest industry report
entitled “ERP software market (Enterprise Resource Planning) by indus-
try: production, services, banking and finance, healthcare, aerospace, military and
telecommunications, by deployment and function (Resources human resources,
finances and supply chain) - Global industry analysis and forecast 2015-2021 “.
The study draws attention to a wide range of ERP software for business manage-
ment, from accounting and finance to project planning and human resources. It
turned out that mobile, cloud and social solutions in ERP will have the greatest
impact in the long run.
Market research has shown that the main factors that drive growth in the ERP
market are also the need for greater operational efficiency and growing demand

2.1 Idea of Diveco Logistics
iveco Logistics is the latest generation of logistics platform and ERP system,
operating to a large extent in the cloud, fully based on integrated Blockchain
and Tangle technologies. So far, no existing company has attempted to im-
plement these technologies in commercial systems. The platform will be the

cheapest, and at the same time the safest and most effective tool for business man- •
agement. The use of Blockchain and Tangle technology in the ERP system will become •
a milestone in the development of resource management systems, because we do not •
currently have a safer technology for maintaining and integrating data in the network.
The whole idea of the Diveco Logistics project comes down to a reduction of ERP sys-
tem implementation costs for the enterprise, while maintaining the highest quality of
services, and creating the safest system possible in the cloud by using Blockchain and
Tangle technologies.

2.4 Mission and goals of the company
he mission of Diveco Logistics is mainly the introduction of Blockchain
and Tangle technology into a commercial environment and their develop-
ment for the needs of modern businesses as well as their entire logistical
requirements. Currently, there are not many companies on the market
that use these technologies fully. Blockchain is mainly associated with crypto-
currencies and the Bitcoin phenomenon, which, on the other hand, is identified
with anonymity, instability and a gray zone. The business world is still looking at
Blockchain technology through the Bitcoin prism, which means that technology
itself is not being developed in an effective way. Tangle is another type of Block-
chain, which carries similar stereotypes. Diveco Logistics will break through the
illusions and present the full capabilities of these technologies in a commercial
environment. Another point is the creation of the best, decentralized ERP system
in the global market. Pro...

3.1 Blockchain technology
3.3.1 Shift Data, Tangle – Proof of Work
lockchain is a decentralized and distributed database in the open source
model of a peer-to-peer (P2P) internet network without central computers
and without a centralized data store, used for posting individual transac-
tions, payments or accounting entries encoded using cryptographic algo-
Blockchain technology has many potential and diverse applications in many
industries. The first of the blockchain applications are cryptocurrencies. The block
chain system is based, among others, on protocols: bitcoin, ethereum. The first
application of blockchain technology was the launch of bitcoin cryptocurrency in
2009. Potential use is the Internet of Things. Distributed Autonomous Organiza-
tions (DAO), ie stand-alone distributed organizations and Distributed Ledger Tech-
nology (DLT), ie decentralized accounting databases, both operate on blockc...

Blockchain - Proof of Work
The transaction
is completed
The data block
is added to the Blockchain registry
The entrepreneur
pays an electronic
of user
data by P2P
Tangle - Proof of Work
Blockchain - Proof of Space
Advantages of the solution:

The service company will be able to prepare the appropriate procedure
(sending service technicians to the site, or remote repair),

The warehouse will reduce losses thanks to shorter
equipment failure time.
3.3.2 Valid Data, Blockchain – Proof of Work
The user
sends data to
the archive
n the second sector, the data flow will be carried out using the Blockchain
registry. The algorithm used in the registry will be Ethash. Using Ethereum
Blockchain will allow you to create smart contracts necessary for the opera-
tion of our system.
Smart Contract is a legal bond that has the a...

Diveco Logistics Roadmap

JUNE 2017
Initial Idea Development.
Market research.
Development of the project.
APRIL 2018
Start of Initial Coin Offering .
JULY 2018
End of ICO, establishment of the company, implementation of Diveco tokens on the exchanges.
Q4 2018
Development of the Diveco Logistics platform.
Q2 2019
The first internal tests of the platform, development of Blockchain and Tangle.
Q4 2019
Start of the Basic Diveco Logistics platform.

Q2 2020
Blockchain and Tangle network tests, creation of Diveco cryptocurrency.
Q4 2020
Acquisition of an appropriate number of partners and clients, mining of Diveco cryptocurrency.
Q2 2021
Implementation of integrated Blockchain and Tangle technologies for the system, the official start of Diveco Logistics Platform.
2022 - 2023
First dividend payments, adding new modules to the platform, development of Blockchain and Tangle technologies.
Sebastian Smyrek
Sebastian Smyrek CEO, Founder

Paweł Madejski
Paweł Madejski CTO, Founder

Filip Balcerzak
Filip Balcerzak CIO, Co-Founder

Renata Beselea
Renata Beselea Legal Adviser

Karol Gryko
Karol Gryko Business Development Manager

Jacob Hunt
Jacob Hunt Software Developer

Mathias Healy
Mathias Healy Blockchain Developer

Patryk Szczygło
Patryk Szczygło Blockchain Developer

Łukasz Łukawczyk
Łukasz Łukawczyk GPS Systems Specialist

Colin Wanke
Colin Wanke Software Engineer

Dawid Kubacki
Dawid Kubacki Online coach & Investment

Magdalena Smyrek
Magdalena Smyrek Logistician Adviser

Piotr Rusek
Piotr Rusek Sales Consultant

Andrew Kovalsky
Andrew Kovalsky Software Developer

Benjamin Bukowski
Benjamin Bukowski Software Developer