Over the past several years, people have begun to use the internet to create and sell their products. Sometimes, their demand would grow enough to start entire businesses and send their products to customers in and out of their towns, and some have even managed to go international.
A lot of people also turned to creating and selling various products during the past year and a half, when COVID-19 struck. A lot of people lost their jobs, while they also had a lot of time on their hands due to self-isolation, so they found a creative way to earn some extra money.
Whether you started your business for this reason, or simply for wanting to create and sell your products — sooner or later, you started receiving offers, and that’s when you encountered another issue — delivery.
Buying.com is a new blockchain-based on-demand delivery system that can disrupt the entire delivery sector by offering reliable service for anyone, bringing limitless drivers to the palm of your hand.
The Problem of Delivering Products
A lot of people who have started their own businesses made a great plan, organized their time and resources, and they even did marketing right. However, when it comes to deliveries, their quality is out of the manufacturer’s hands. Deliveries are typically done by third-party services which have become quite infamous for being unreliable, too expensive, too slow, and it is not uncommon for packages to go missing, get damaged, and more.
While this is a problem of the delivery service, it often ends up staining the reputation of the manufacturer of ordered goods, which can be bad for business.
However, it doesn’t have to be like that, as a new project offering on-demand deliveries via a blockchain system aims to disrupt this entire sector.
This new project is called Buying.com, and it is a company that offers advanced supply logistics, and it aims to offer 2-hour delivery — worldwide.
Buying.com is an advanced blockchain protocol that brings a brand-new delivery standard to buyers and sellers alike by using a tried and true P2P model. Think Uber or AirBnb, but in the supply and logistics sector, and you will get the idea of what the project offers.
The way things work is quite simple. The project offers a powerful solution that allows its clients to request a delivery of goods with a push of a button. There is no need to keep drivers on a payroll and have yet another extra expense that you did not count on. Instead, simply use Buying.com’s simple, yet advanced interface to order a service, and one of the available drivers will accept the route.
As hinted at before, the orders can be local — only a mile away, or long-distance, hundreds of miles away. As a result, businesses can increase the distance of deliveries, which will allow them to attract more customers. Naturally, more customers mean greater demand and more deliveries, which is ultimately more money for the business in question.
Greater income will also mean that your business can grow, as you will be able to hire (more) workers, accept greater orders, and, in time, even create an entire small empire of your own. From there on, the sky’s the limit.
Another advantage is the fact that Buying.com will share with you all of your customers’ contact information. That way, you can easily contact them and offer special deals, promotions, events, and alike. This is a great advantage, as it means that you will have direct communication with your customers, which will be very beneficial for the marketing.
And, on top of everything else, both you and your buyers will be able to keep track of the orders, know exactly how far away they are and when they will arrive, and even have direct contact with the driver. So, whether you are selling hand-made bracelets, baked goods, computer parts, or anything else — Buying.com has you covered thanks to blockchain technology.
Buying.com will collaborate with TrustSwap to launch their token offering on July 14th, 2021 at 9:00 AM PST. More details can be found in Trustwap’s recent Medium post.
Disclaimer: This is a paid post and should not be treated as news/advice.