At NextPakk, we’re transforming last-mile logistics through a scalable sharing economy built on blockchain. 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 choice 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.
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Welcome to NextPakk.com. We are a Minneapolis based blockchain startup focusing on last-mile logistics and integration of blockchain technology with the modern supply chain. Our token, NextPakk Coin, runs on LogisticsChain, a blockchain shared economy built for frictionless, efficient and transparent delivery in the last-mile.
NextPakk is a blockchain shared economy, night-time delivery service that solves the last-mile problem of missed deliveries in cities.
There are over 1 billion missed delivery attempts annually as cities and buildings are unable to accommodate daytime deliveries while residents are at work.
Instead of missing deliveries, order online and ship your packages to NextPakk. NextPakk receives packages at a secure receiving facility that is monitored 24 hours a day.
After NextPakk receives the package and notifies you when it's ready for delivery, you enter the address, phone number, date and time you'll be at home to receive your package(s), select a payment option (pay per trip or subscription) and a background-checked NextPakk Driver will deliver it straight to your door – on-time, the first time, every time.
Start today and have your packages delivered 7 days a week between 6pm and midnight.
"Reinventing the logistics of life"