After checking the pre-alpha video, posted on IMMLA website, I can conclude that the platform is somewhat simplistic with regards to the interface and the feature set. Everything looks, and seemingly works, just like a common logistics software where you pick two points on the map and then choose the appropriate carrier, and so on. Basically, all they do is digitizing and expediting the usual process. IMMLA leaves it to a cargo owner to pick the optimal route, hauler, etc. That is very time-consuming. They should have thought about incorporating artificial intelligence.
From what I can see, the logistics is gradually becoming the third most popular area of application of the blockchain technology, behind finance and data management. Right now, there is a plethora of startups that offer solutions for this particular sector, which subsequently boosts the competition and the quality of developed products. Speaking of IMMLA, I can’t really say that their concept and business model has taken my breath away, though it is elaborate enough to get on my list of projects “for consideration”.
The project was announced a long time ago, back in late 2017. However, it would appear that it is either taking its time, or it got abandoned in the meantime, as the ICO is still pending. Not only that, but there is a serious lack of information, the project has no white paper, and it has some unverified team members and advisors. Add the lack of ICO KYC report on top of that, and it is clear why many avoid it.
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|2||BitWings||Jun 03||Nov 30|
|3||Pbet||Jun 18||Dec 15|
|4||UCBI Banking||Oct 18||Jan 18|
|5||Cinemadrom||Feb 03||Apr 30|
|6||Yachtco||Aug 04||Feb 04|
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|9||BrandProtect||Apr 27||May 31|
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