Delivery K (KDLV) coin & ‘I’m Hungry’ delivery app advertised by Kang Ho-Dong, one of Korea’s famous celebrities

Delivery K(KDLV) review

Hello 1ST LAB subscribers,

In the last few weeks, we’ve been following up on the TMED coin information and giving you the news. Starting with TMED, we will find a remarkable coin in the future and post it steadily. Today, I will introduce coins for delivery apps.

# Delivery ‘K’ and # Kang Ho Dong delivery app, # ‘I’m Hungry’ are key keywords.

What is Delivery K (KDLV)?

I’m Hungry, a block-chain-based delivery application that is scheduled to open January 1, 2019. It was listed on UIOEX on November 16 and the initial listing price was about $ 0.005. Hungry apps are described in detail below.

Basic information about coins
- Issue volume: 30 billion total
- Mining capacity: 15 billion
- Company: 15 billion (swap volume, merchant, sales marketing, agency, holding company)
- Token based: ERC token

The origin of the delivery coin can be called Delivery world. They are planning to issue delivery coins for major countries around the world as a holding company for Delivery World. In addition to Delivery K, each coin is briefly described as follows.

Delivery K is Korean delivery app, Hungry related coin, Delivery I (Delivery I) is a token issued by Maju world in Indonesia. There is a much larger and diverse delivery-related market than Korea. More on Delivery I will be explained later in another post. And Delivery A and C correspond to the US and China, respectively. The United States and China are also countries with many delivery-related start-ups. We will post these two coins later too.

Plus, The BCD Platform, which is expected to release ‘I’m Hungry’, a new blockchain-based delivery app, and PT, which is preparing to enter the Indonesian delivery market. MAJU PARTNERS INDONESIA held a business agreement ceremony on the BCD Platform headquarters on the 26th.
Korean Article Link is here.

Marketability for ‘delivery business’

In the past, we gathered flyers with restaurant contacts and used them for delivery. But with the commercialization of smartphones, people showed me what they wanted to do with their smartphones. Since the advent of delivery apps in 2010, they have grown at an alarming rate. It’s a natural change that we could have anticipated as the delivery of digital goods, which had to find all the food leaflets and make phone calls. The size of the delivery app market is growing. Currently, the transaction volume of the delivery app market is estimated at about $ 3 billion. I think the delivery app market will grow more than $ 10 billion over the years due to the spread of smartphones.

The growth of the delivery business is remarkable even overseas. In the United States, the largest delivery company GrubHub has been growing steadily since its establishment in 2004, and it was rarely listed as a delivery company last year. If you think about delivering pizza in the US in the meantime, the delivery business is growing rapidly in recent years. China’s leading delivery company Eleme has annual sales of $ 100 million. With the spread of Internet mobile devices, the demand for delivery itself is also increasing, and their growth and fierce competition are expected.

Competitiveness of ‘I’m hungry’ application

Korean’s celebrity, Kang Ho-Dong

At present, there are three major companies in the Korean delivery market, namely the ‘nation of delivery’, ‘delivery tongue’ and ‘yogi-yo’. However, new emerging applications have emerged that are aiming for this position. It is a ‘hungry’ app. The name is also very intuitive. The hungry application is the world’s first delivery service application that “shares profits with the everyday user”. As a secondary follower, differentiation from existing apps will be important.

01. Revenue Sharing Concept

Existing delivery apps simply serve as brokers for restaurants and customers. It is just a level of implementation of a delivery paper booklet as a mobile application. However, the hungry apps have a big difference in that the coins called Delivery K are mined as the order details accumulate and the profit can be paid every day. It is a blockchain based delivery app with the concept that the customer is the owner.

And the top-ranked restaurants inside the existing delivery app can be exposed to the top by “auction bidding method”, and all the auction amounts bided here are linked to the revenue of the application company, but in the case of the ‘I’m hungry’ app, It operates in a form that allows customers to return their profits back to their points. I think it would be a welcome factor for customers to return 50% of their company’s revenue to their users.

There are various kinds of the point system as well as earning advertisement inquiry points. It is designed to benefit users who are using ‘I’m hungry’ delivery apps through recommendation points, advertisement points, and dividend points.

02. Plan to actively promote Kang Ho-dong

It is expected that the promotional effect will be explosive by signing Kang Ho-dong with a hungry exclusively model. Over sixty months, more than 20 million dollars will be invested in advertising, and it will be promoted in subways, bus ads, and Korean broadcasts.

As Kang Ho-dong is modeled on the model, it will show a big publicity to take place in the delivery market. They are expanding the hungry delivery (delivery agency) business by agreement with the delivery agency ‘General call’, ‘Jet call’, and ‘Fast delivery’ in Korea. Also, they are still accepting registration of restaurants and merchants to register for hungry apps. It is important to attract the hungry apps that already have pre-existing apps.

03. Aggressive event to secure hungry app store

Since I am a user, I think I will move more aggressively to secure stores. The new store has three months of free service, and if it does not help the store sales increase after using all the free services, it can be canceled or canceled.

Expected marketing power for delivery K mining by delivery

With the release of the application “I’m Hungry”, we anticipate many new users to come along with big events. This will increase interest in Delivery K tokens that are mined in ‘hungry’ applications. The use of delivery applications is very close to our real lives, so it can attract people who do not know about the blockchain, and it will be great for publicity.

Naver stand-up by NAVER data lab

Do you remember that Airdrop for Bitsonic membership registration was such a viral in Korea? This subscription event spread to people who do not know about coins, and it was popular enough to come to the Naver stand-up rumor spread to Korean Mom’s community.

I would like to point out that ‘if you join, you give the BSC coin value of a chicken’. I think that hungry apps can also benefit from the fact that you can order food for free if you accumulate points by viewing your ads.

Personally, I’m looking forward to a big event in the “hungry” app. If you give a big benefit to the app users like a fried chicken, I think it will have a huge publicity effect like the BITSONIC affiliate event in October this year, as it was ranked in Naver(Korea’s №1 portal) real-time search query.

UIOEX’s Delivery K

The current delivery coin is listed on the UIOEX Exchange. Both DLV and KDLV coins are listed on the UIOEX. The ticker is DLV and KDLV, and the coin name is Delivery World and Delivery K. Delivery I will also be listed in December.

There were also some events in the UIO Exchange in relation to the delivery coin in the past.

[DLV AirDrop Event]

From September 20th to October 3rd, if you create a delivery world payment address after registering, you could receive 50 airdrop events.

[KDLV AirDrop Event]

Until November 14th — 16th, UIOEX dropped the 1000KDLV for wallet address creators.

“I hope that there will be a KDLV event on the UIOEX exchange as of January 1, 19, the official launch date of the ‘I’m hungry’ app.”

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