SupplyBloc
SupplyBloc
Token: SUPX


An Approach to Supply-Chain Infrastructure

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-05-15
End date:

Registrated in: United States

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

PREMIUM ICO

SupplyBloc categories
Business services Cryptocurrency Infrastructure Manufacturing Platform Retail Software
SupplyBloc token sale
KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist Yes | Restriction for countries None
Soft cap 1,000,000 USD
Hard cap 40,000,000 USD
Tokens for sale 450,000,000
Token distribution in ICO
60%
60%
Price 1 SUPX = 0.15 USD
Minimal investment 1,000 SUPX
Acceppting BTC, ETH, LTC
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. ABSTRACT
Capitalizing on Globalization
The Selling Point for Globalization
E-Commerce as a Means for International Growth
Helping Small to Midsize Business Optimize Their International Expansion
Facing the Difficulties of Foreign Expansion -
Brazilia’s Dilemma Pt.1
2. OVERVIEW
Advantages and Challenges Associated with Blockchain Technology
3. THE CHALLENGES OF MANAGING SUPPLY-CHAIN OPERATIONS
The Seven Most Challenges Facing Supply-Chain Management
3.1
Ineffective Tracking Leads to Less Transparency and Opportunities for Corruption
3.2
Managing Customer Relations on a Supply-Chain
3.3
Keeping Costs Low Across the Board
3.4
Risk management and planning
3.5
Managing Relationships with Partners Within a Supply-Chain System
3.6
Finding Talented and Trustworthy Employees
3.7
Disparity and Inefficiencies of Financial Interests Between Partners in a Supply-Chain
Facing the Diffi...

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5. TECHNOLOGY
Connected Ecosystem
5.1
Decentralized Application
Blockchain Technology: Ethereum
Type of Deployment and Consensus Algorithm
Open-Source Blockchain
Self-Sustaining Blockchain Infrastructure
Ethereum Virtual Machine
Event Sourced Architecture
5.2
Smart Contracts
Smart Contract Business Flow
5.3
Supply Bloc API
SDK Priority
E-Commerce API
Shipper API / SDK
Dispatch API / SDK
Transportation Service Providers API / SDK
Customer API / SDK
5.4
Logic in SupplyBloc
5.5
SUPX Token
6. E-COMMERCE
E-Commerce Integration, the SupplyBloc API, and the SUPX Token
Developing a Demand for SupplyBloc
Replacing and/or Supplementing ERP Systems
Facing the Difficulties of Foreign Expansion -
Brazilia’s Dilemma Pt. 4
7. STRUCTURE
7.1
Contract Details for SUPX Token
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7.2
SUPX Token Usage
In E-Commerce Operations
7.3
Adoption of SUPX Token
8. TOKEN SALE
8.1
Bonuses
8.2
Bounty & Referral Campaign
8.3
Allocation of Token Sale Proceeds
8.4
Know Your Customer (KYC)
8.5
Holding Sales in Escrow
9. FUNDING AND BUDGET
9.1
Research & Development
9.2
Operations
9.3
Marketing Strategy
9.4
Business Development
9.5
Legal
10. REVENUE MODEL
10.1
SupplyBloc Membership
10.2
SUPX Token
10.3
SupplyBloc Enterprise
11. TEAM
12. ADVISORS
LEGAL DISCLAIMER
REFERENCES
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CHAPTER
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NOTICE
If you are not sure about joining into the following Initial Coin Offering (ICO), please consult with profes-
sional advisers in the fields of legal, tax and financial.
1. ABSTRACT
CAPITALIZING ON GLOBALIZATION
Globalization is by no means a “new” concept. It’s been a rapidly evolving platform of industrial growth
since the first introduction of container shipping. Nowadays, global scale distribution, transportation,
manufacturing, and resource-sourcing are all commonplace. This is in spite of the fact that most modern
day applications of globalization predate the inception of the internet by four decades.
Still, advancements in technology and transportation practices have continuously improved the speed
and efficiency of manufacturing, production and distribution on a global basis.
New tech and transport practices foster speed, reliability, and overall efficiency for the
gathering and distribution of globally dispersed resources, products, and materials. <...

SECTION I
ABSTRACT
NOTICE
If you are not sure about joining into the following Initial Coin Offering (ICO), please consult with professional
advisers in the fields of legal, tax and financial.
1. ABSTRACT
Capitalizing on Globalization
Globalization is by no means a “new” concept. It’s been a rapidly evolving platform of industrial growth
since the first introduction of container shipping. Nowadays, global scale distribution, transportation,
manufacturing, and resource-sourcing are all commonplace. This is in spite of the fact that most modern
day applications of globalization predate the inception of the internet by four decades.
Still, advancements in technology and transportation practices have continuously improved the speed
and efficiency of manufacturing, production and distribution on a global basis.
4
New tech and transport practices foster speed, reliability, and overall efficiency for the
gathering and distribution of globally dispersed resources, products, and ...

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ABSTRACT
4
More regional businesses are taking advantage of internet growth and decreasing trade
barriers to become globalized entities
The growth of internet technology and lowered barriers to international trade has led to more regional
businesses becoming international entities. This creates an imbalance in the conventional supply-chain
methods. As research studies are revealing, many of these regional companies are struggling to reap
the benefits of globalization due to ineffective or outdated methods for supply-chain management.
4
Regional businesses attempting to become international are struggling to effectively
manage supply-chains on a global scale
The Selling Point for Globalization
There are 125 million small to midsize businesses in the world, with 89 million of those in emerging
markets. While about 8% of small European businesses are engaged in exporting operations, only 3.9%
of businesses in the United States are considered exporters. Considering that...

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ABSTRACT
E-Commerce as a Means for International Growth
E-commerce is at the heart of the expansion of industrial and commercial globalization. Based on the
growth of e-commerce businesses, non-U.S. countries are projected to hold $424 billion of potential
global purchasing power by 2021. This marks a definite advantage for businesses, and particularly those
based in the U.S., to expand into foreign markets.
Small scale businesses can utilize e-commerce as an easy and affordable way of managing export solu-
tions. Despite the relative ease of access to e-commerce platforms, about 28% of all small businesses
don’t even have a website to run e-commerce on. This major pitfall combined with a multitude of other
detrimental factors leaves the majority of smaller companies ill-equipped to take advantage of inter-
net-connected foreign markets. Since nearly 66% of e-commerce purchases made by consumers are
for products manufactured outside of their native country, it appears imperative that sm...

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ABSTRACT
FACING THE DIFFICULTIES OF FOREIGN EXPANSION
Brazilia’s Dilemma Pt.1
Consider momentarily the small business entities that exist within the global fashion
industry. Let’s say an independent clothing designer named Brazilia is based in South
America and has developed a viable regional company. Brazilia would like to grow
her business into a foreign exporter and ideally hopes to break into the largest market
for international fashion in the world: the extremely competitive yet lucrative realm of
U.S. clothing imports. While her initial plans for expansion might sound fairly simple,
Brazilia failed to consider the multitude of hidden expenses, business relationship
complexities, global trade inefficiencies, and other inter-governmental restrictions that
accompany international commerce.
For large corporations such as Nike or Inditex, these numerous expansion variables
are easily overcome through vertical and horizontal integration, as well as sheer eco-
nomi...

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May 15, 2018
PRE-ICO PHASE LAUNCH.
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June 15, 2018
PRE-ICO PHASE ENDS.
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August 1, 2018
CROWD SALE LAUNCH ICO.
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September 1, 2018
CROWD SALE ICO ENDS.
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November 1, 2018
SUPPLYBLOC DEVELOPMENT.
Robert Mcnulty
Robert Mcnulty CO-FOUNDER & CEO

Rudy Brathwaite
Rudy Brathwaite CO-FOUNDER & CIO

Meredith Mentzer
Meredith Mentzer DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS

Everett Conrad
Everett Conrad DIRECTOR OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Ihor Pidruchny
Ihor Pidruchny BLOCKCHAIN & SMART CONTRACT DEVELOPER

Andrew Zubko
Andrew Zubko BLOCKCHAIN & SMART CONTRACT DEVELOPER

Glenn Hawkins
Glenn Hawkins DIRECTOR OF DIGITAL MARKETING

Rhett Mcnulty
Advisor Rhett Mcnulty Startup Entrepreneur and Advisor

Anthony Shipp
Advisor Anthony Shipp CEO M. Dyer & Son, Inc.

Bo White
Advisor Bo White CEO Click Here Publishing

Steve Benson
Advisor Steve Benson Director, Quality Assurance at Mirum Agency

Lee Wolfe
Advisor Lee Wolfe Director, Risk Management, NetApp

Alex Hinojosa
Advisor Alex Hinojosa President of HCRM Corp

Rob Dixon
Advisor Rob Dixon District Sales Manager at CDW

Jessica Velazquez
Advisor Jessica Velazquez Partner at JV & Associate, CPAs

David Motta
Advisor David Motta Entrepreneur & Strategist

Benjamin Bunker
Advisor Benjamin Bunker Owner/Managing Attorney

Sam Osborn
Advisor Sam Osborn Business intelligence

Alex Hinojosa
Alex Hinojosa
President of HCRM Corp
President of HCRM Corp
Andrew Zubko
Andrew Zubko
BLOCKCHAIN & SMART CONTRACT DEVELOPER
BLOCKCHAIN DEVELOPER
Software Developer
Blockchain Engineer/Tech Lead
Blockchain Engineer
Senior Blockchain Developer/Tech Lead
Blockchain Engineer
Blockchain Developer
Tech Lead/ Blockchain engineer
BLOCKCHAIN & SMART CONTRACT DEVELOPER
Technology Advisor
Anthony Shipp
Anthony Shipp
CEO M. Dyer & Son, Inc.
CEO M. Dyer & Son, Inc.
Benjamin Bunker
Benjamin Bunker
Owner/Managing Attorney
Owner/Managing Attorney
Bo White
Bo White
CEO Click Here Publishing
CEO Click Here Publishing
David Motta
David Motta
Entrepreneur & Strategist
Entrepreneur & Strategist
Everett Conrad
Everett Conrad
DIRECTOR OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
DIRECTOR OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Glenn Hawkins
Glenn Hawkins
DIRECTOR OF DIGITAL MARKETING
DIRECTOR OF DIGITAL MARKETING
Ihor Pidruchny
Ihor Pidruchny
BLOCKCHAIN & SMART CONTRACT DEVELOPER
TECH TEAM LEAD
Product Design
Technology Advisor
Software Developer
Blockchain Expert/Team Lead
Blockchain Engineer
Blockchain Architect
Blockchain Dev/Lead
Blockchain Engineer
Co-founder and CEO of Applicature
CTO and Team Lead
IT Manager
DIRECTOR
BLOCKCHAIN & SMART CONTRACT DEVELOPER
Business Development Advisor
Jeffrey Aaronson
Jeffrey Aaronson
CFO
Jessica Velazquez
Jessica Velazquez
Partner at JV & Associate, CPAs
Partner at JV & Associate, CPAs
Lee Wolfe
Lee Wolfe
Director, Risk Management, NetApp
Director, Risk Management, NetApp
Meredith Mentzer
Meredith Mentzer
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS
Rhett Mcnulty
Rhett Mcnulty
Startup Entrepreneur and Advisor
Startup Entrepreneur and Advisor
Rob Dixon
Rob Dixon
District Sales Manager at CDW
District Sales Manager at CDW
Robert Mcnulty
Robert Mcnulty
CO-FOUNDER & CEO
CO-FOUNDER & CEO
Rudy Brathwaite
Rudy Brathwaite
CO-FOUNDER & CIO
CO-FOUNDER & CIO
Sam Osborn
Sam Osborn
Business intelligence
Business intelligence
Steve Benson
Steve Benson
Director, Quality Assurance at Mirum Agency
Director, Quality Assurance at Mirum Agency