Mission

FoodCoin Ecosystem is a blockchain ecosystem, architecturally designed to create a global marketplace of food and agricultural products based on our experience with the active 1000 EcoFarms platform. FoodCoin Ecosystem will be based on the Ethereum technology

We believe that a wide selection of FoodCoin Ecosystem component tools will be used by the farmers, agricultural equipment manufacturers, farm product processors, food manufacturers, cafes and restaurants, food delivery services, and other consumers and producers of food and related products to reduce transaction costs, achieve greater efficiency and optimize food systems.
The FOODCOIN ECOSYSTEM tools include
"Smart" wallet
Digital ID services
Product origin authentication
Crypto payment processing
Customizable platform for users

News

1000 EcoFarms Platform

1000EcoFarms is a global business-to-consumer and business-to-business online marketplace for natural food. The platform provides marketing, order and payment processing services for hundreds of small farmers and food producers as well as extensive set of additional functions for individual farmers, food buying clubs and co-ops. Consumers and small businesses around the world are using the platform to connect directly with growers and producers and to purchase fresh, natural food.
Offices in USA (Bethesda, MD) and Russian Federation (Moscow)
700+ seller accounts in US and in Russia
1500+ individual products listed
4000+ registered users
Generating revenue as of October 2016
Represented on 5 continents

Concept - Technology - Structure - Functionality

Development conceptThe FoodCoin Ecosystem concept represents an easily scalable feature-rich platform that complements services provided by the traditional financial, legal, insurance and logistical institutions, and expands and enhances their capabilities, providing ways for additional cooperation between the platform and traditional businesses.
TechnologyFoodCoin Ecosystem will provide a peer-to-peer network of associated nodes based on Ethereum blockchain. Each node stores a complete copy of the FoodCoin blockchain. These nodes are provided in the architecture of a private, as well as an open blockchain structure to maximize the protection against unauthorized modification of data.
StructureThe FoodCoin project will include creation of several base functions, such as smart contract initiation, payment processing, digital ID support and others, necessary to conduct efficient and inexpensive commercial transactions between system participants.
FunctionalityFoodCoin Ecosystem will include a hierarchical and customizable system for the data access and transaction processing. Each element of the FoodCoin structure represents a tool, organically linked with the rest of the platform, but capable of operating independently.

Additionally

FoodCoin – bigdata and AIThe data collected and dynamically processed through FoodCoin Ecosystem will form the basis for AI analysis, allowing real-time dynamic communication to system participants and third-parties of information on price and availability changes for large categories of goods, linked to the climatic changes, geographical location, seasonality, etc.

In addition, the analysis of this aggregate information will assist with prediction of the prices for the forthcoming harvests, allowing producers, farmers and business consumers to plan for future.
FoodCoin for IoTFoodCoin Ecosystem functionality will allow the use of the platform as an interface between users and for Internet of Things (IoT) devices, such as sensors, barcode scanners, or scales via open APIs. Such devices will become full-fledged parties of smart-contracts (Smaco), capable of initiating, confirming or canceling transactions. Smart contracts, guided by custom developed algorithms, can receive inputs and guidance from devices, and based on such inputs, will be able to initiate or cancel payments, refer transactions to arbitration of a third party, or perform other transaction-related tasks.
FoodCoin for social projectsUsing FoodCoin as a complementary social currency in closed communities encourages the demand for locally produced goods and services, thus stimulating local economic activity.
FoodCoin for non-profitsFoodcoin crypto currency can be used as a mechanism to quickly and easily provide financial assistance to people suffering from hunger, farmers who find themselves in difficult situations or charitable organizations that support social and environmental missions around the world.

Potential

Since a major part of the FoodCoin Ecosystem capabilties is related to the fintech sphere, cooperation with traditional and online banks is a logical opportunity for the future development of the platform. In addition, legal, insurance and logistics companies, as well as other services related to trade management on the local, national or international level, form a natural set of potential partners and customers for the FoodCoin Ecosystem.
Quick integration into the realities of the new global digital economy with new sources of income
Risk of exclusion from the trade transactions chains and reduction of the customer base

Roadmap

August 2017
Market research
October 2017
FoodCoin company establishing in Switzerland
December 2017
TGE 1-st stage
March 2018
Website redesign
March 2018
FOODSCAN launching (beta)
May 2018
FOODCOIN blockchain v. 1.0 (alpha-testing)
June 2018
WallOK v.1.0 (alpha-testing)
August 2018
FOODCOIN blockchain v. 1.0 (beta-testing)
September 2018
WallOK v.1.0 (beta-testing)
December 2018
FOODCOIN blockchain & WallOK v. 1.0 (public beta-testing)
May 2019
PRORID (product origin authentication system) launching.
December 2019
DIGID launching (remote identity process)
October 2020
DiPay (Payment processor service)
December 2021
Smaco launching (FoodCoin smart-contract system)
August 2017
Market research
October 2017
FoodCoin company establishing in Switzerland
December 2017
TGE 1-st stage
March 2018
Website redesign
March 2018
FOODSCAN launching (beta)
May 2018
FOODCOIN blockchain v. 1.0 (alpha-testing)
June 2018
WallOK v.1.0 (alpha-testing)
August 2018
FOODCOIN blockchain v. 1.0 (beta-testing)
September 2018
WallOK v.1.0 (beta-testing)
December 2018
FOODCOIN blockchain & WallOK v. 1.0 (public beta-testing)
May 2019
PRORID (product origin authentication system) launching.
December 2019
DIGID launching (remote identity process)
October 2020
DiPay (Payment processor service)
December 2021
Smaco launching (FoodCoin smart-contract system)
August 2017
Market research
October 2017
FoodCoin company establishing in Switzerland
December 2017
TGE 1-st stage
March 2018
Website redesign
March 2018
FOODSCAN launching (beta)
May 2018
FOODCOIN blockchain v. 1.0 (alpha-testing)
June 2018
WallOK v.1.0 (alpha-testing)
August 2018
FOODCOIN blockchain v. 1.0 (beta-testing)
September 2018
WallOK v.1.0 (beta-testing)
December 2018
FOODCOIN blockchain & WallOK v. 1.0 (public beta-testing)
May 2019
PRORID (product origin authentication system) launching.
December 2019
DIGID launching (remote identity process)
October 2020
DiPay (Payment processor service)
December 2021
Smaco launching (FoodCoin smart-contract system)

Team

Gregory Arzumanian
Gregory Arzumanian
Co-founder of 1000EcoFarms. Serial Entrepreneur. Gregory is a past owner of several businesses focused on farm-to-table model researching and manufacturing hydroponic and aquaponic systems. Expert in equipment needed for hydroponic forage and microgreens growing. Gregory has long established relationships with some of the largest agricultural research institutions in Russian Federation.
Sergey Grigoryan
Sergey Grigoryan
Sergey has more than 20 years of “buy-side” investment experience. He managed multi-billion portfolios for several largest Russian investment houses as well as for the local branch of multinational asset manager Pioneer Investments (currently Amundi Pioneer). Sergey is also a business angel and has been supporting the project from the very beginning, both financially and as an advisor.
Konstantin Maratayev
Konstantin Maratayev
Technology expert and architect. Konstantin has more than 15 years of professional experience in Information Technology, with a particular focus on web-based and eCommerce projects, including integration of a variety of traditional and crypto payment systems.
Anna Maslova
Anna Maslova
Experienced journalist, writer and newsmaker. Passionate with text, linguistics and foreign languages. Has a unique skill of explaining complex things with a few simple words.
Said Syakin
Said Syakin
Experienced Solution Architect and Chief Technology Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology, services and security industry. Skilled in Media Servers, Video Streaming, VSaaS, Mobile, Blockchain and Services development, Java, C/C++ and others.
Sergey Boykov
Sergey Boykov
A software developer that has worked both for large companies and startups. He specializes in building front-end and back-end web applications and services.
Dmitriy Tsvetkov
Dmitriy Tsvetkov
Highly experienced specialist in administration of dedicated and virtual servers powered by the different Linux operating systems. He has worked with different IT companies for over ten years wherein he mastered his DevOps and administration skills. He has done some projects for designing of infrastructure from ground zero to ready systems with CI/DI automation.
Andrii Muzhytskyi
Andrii Muzhytskyi
Web and mobile app designer. Andrii has 3 years of experience developing web portals and mobile applications, applying UI and UX. He uses the software products from Adobe Ps, Ai, Xd, Sketch. Also he took part in the development of applications for OS Windows, Mac, IOS, Android.

Advisory Board

Mark Meytin
Mark Meytin
Co-founder of 1000EcoFarms. Mark has more than 25 years of professional experience in Information Technology and Business Consulting, with a particular focus on web-based, eCommerce and enterprise projects. Mark's customers ranged from US Federal Agencies to large research institutions such as Johns Hopkins University to Internet start-ups and small businesses.
Liz Reitzig
Liz Reitzig
Liz Reitzig has spent nearly a decade working on food systems from every angle - retail, policy, farmer support, and everything in between. In 2007 Liz founded her buying club business which serves the DC region. In 2013, Liz launched her website and consulting business, Nourishing Liberty. Most importantly, Liz is a Mother of five children raising the next generation on GMO free foods and healthy portion of food awareness.
Thomas Hal Robson-Kanu
Thomas Hal Robson-Kanu
Founder of "Tumeric&Co".
Ambassador of the FOODCOIN ECOSYSTEM in the UK.
The professional footballer who plays as a winger for West Bromwich Albion and the Welsh national team.
Cryptoenthusiast.
Andrei Uspensky
Andrei Uspensky
CEO of Arnest Group, is a successful manager and expert in large business management. Before joining Arnest, he was CEO of Uralsib Asset Management and Board Member of Uralsib Bank, as well as several other large businesses in Russia in different spheres, from confectionary to automotive manufacture.
Andrei was recognized as the Businessperson of the Year by Business People magazine and was also the winner of the 2004 Financial Person of the Year Award by RBC
Masaharu Hayataki
Masaharu Hayataki
Born and raised in Japan, worked in Europe. Digital Marketing Consultant specialized in the Japanese market. Masaharu has brought many startup companies to Japan and has helped them succeed. Responsible for influencer relations in Japan
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