A market disruptive technology delivering validated supply chain solutions with blockchain token payments.

KPI: within 3 months

23,000 subscribers
9,000 Telegram
5,000 Facebook, Instragram, Twitter

KPI: within 4 months

Token Value
Market Cap Value $1.500,000
Trading on 3 DEX
Listed on 3 ranking sites

KPI: Future

63,000 subscribers
Token Value
Market Cap Value $1.500,000,000
Trading on 3 CEX & 3 DEX
Listed on CMC

Company Overview
Company Overview

We are Fuzzy Logistics Engineering, a supply chain, information engineering company that specialises in systems design, optimisation and implementation. Our main project is dedicated to building up our library of supply chain, transport and Gaming solutions. It is a repository of real-time experiences, of problems and the validated solutions that were put into place to solve them.

Our solutions library is a unique and original concept; it is so because it is based solely on your experience. Like Wiki and Quora, we rely on the public to build the worlds most comprehensive supply chain and transport solutions library online with free access to all. As the library grows, categorization and search algorithms will activate to speed up a fine-tuned solution provider. The more solutions we catalogue and integrate within the Fuzzy.One platform the more accurate and efficient the outcomes.

We integrated blockchain into the author model, and all contributors to the library receive payment in erc-20 tokesn "FLEx". This model is used to show appreciation to our contributors. Our marketing model uses referral networking, and we are building a community of supporters from around the world with country councils for every individual that wishes to promote the library in their country.

As of today, we have over 23,000 subscribers with 28 country council members from 5 continents and 11 countries and growing.

We are building the worlds only supply chain solution library for immediate access to provide immediate solutions.


• The concept of a supply chain library of solutions is born out of a P=NP conversation.
JULY, 2017
• Scmopex.com was a site set up to test the basics of referral networking, It was operational for 1 year. .
JANUARY, 2018.
• Fuzzy.One as a project was created, and a website and team were initiated. .
MAY, 2019.
• FLEx token, an erc-20 token was created. .
• mohuyi.cn Our Chinese presence was created. .
JANUARY, 2020.
• The first social media campaign was launched through Discord. .
• Country councils were born, and listing on exchanges was initiated. .
MARCH, 2020.
• Country councils reached 6 countries in 3 continents, 4,000 members subscribed. .
MARCH, 2020.
• Listings on Etherflyer, VinDax, BitBlinx and PlayRoyal were initiated to test the market environment. Dumping was expected. .
MARCH, 2020.
• All Airdrops were closed, market dump occurred as expected with only 2% of the tokens released to market. .
APRIL, 2020.
• Proof of concept is realised with the interim results from a budget constrained project. .
APRIL, 2020.
• IEO negotiations initiated. Fund raising for IEO initiated. MAY, 2020.

Why Go Fuzzy?
Why go Fuzzy?

Fuzzy one is an innovative project developed by a leading engineering consultancy “Fuzzy Logistics Engineering”, a company that specializes in systems optimization from factory and site design, supply chain optimization and information architecture.

One of the biggest issues we have encountered in the last 40 years of serving industry is the issue of accessing vital information during critical times. One of the hardest hit sectors of industry and commerce are Supply chains, and believe it or not, supply chains are all about information.

Supply chains are the foundation blocks of all commerce.

A Supply chain is not limited to physical items, it is the process by which a resource is provided, be it a raw material, a finished item, packaging, or it could be a person, an idea even a snippet of information.

The supply chain is the construct which provides the tools and actions that we humans use to deliver the resource required.

Supply chains are vast, made up of a lot of moving components, but what is a supply chain actually made of?

Supply chains are made of – people.

Not machines, not conveyor belts, not vehicles, and not computers. Those are all tools, the real supply chain are the people that use, control, and manage tools to deliver a supply chain component.

Here are a few examples of supply chains.

• You need to travel from one country to another, this includes booking a ticket, booking a hotel, ordering road transport, arranging your travel documents, and then packing a bag. All this before you even stepped out of our home and what happens when you step out of your home?
• Your shipment of raw material is stuck in a container in freight on a ship in a foreign port that has a union strike, what do you do?
• You want to order an online meal, who farmed and processed the ingredients for the recipe? Who buys the ingredients and delivers it to the markets and restaurants? who cooks the meal? who designed the app that manages the deliveries? and who delivered the meal to you?
• You need a contract signed using a digital signature app. The supply chain here is where you go online to find an app that can provide your document with the needed signature. Online means searching, contacting via site or e-mail, payment processing via credit card and finally receiving the app and applying the app.
• Now don’t get me started on healthcare supply chains especially in this era of COVID-19, where supply chains were the main construct that kept lockdown countries alive.

As you can see, we are surrounded by resources and services all provided via supply chains that are in constant flow. All these resources are managed by People who use tools to complete their role in the supply chain. Every product on this planet is part of a continuous supply chain flow.

At any point in any supply chain, something can happen that will cause a delay. Supply chain are a vast network of activities that interlink and can be mapped and risk mitigated. We can condense and focus every action within a supply chain to a confidence level that assures we will reach our goals.

Yet, with all this preparation and risk mitigation, we are always going to encounter some environmental but mostly man-made issues.

Billions of dollars and millions of upset people are the product of broken supply chains.

What happens when a supply chain breaks down?

In most instances there is an immediate fix, but for a vast number of instances, thought is required, actions must be considered, and delays will occur while the issue has to be solved.

In the professional world, managers, not only supply chain, must find a solution, provide it to the decision makers who then analyse the cost benefit of the solution.

What’s missing?

There is no solution library anywhere to be found!

In the past 6,000 years of recorded human endeavour, no one has bothered to create a library of validated solutions to common and unique supply chain problems.

Sure, there are tons of books and journals with articles teaching us about supply chains and how to manage them. Supply chain professionals come with various academic tools and different levels of experience that help them be creative in the decision making process.Yet with all this, millions of decision makers around the world end up scratching their heads wasting time and money trying to find a viable solution.

Well, what would happen if there was an indexed searchable library of pre-validated solutions, designed to solve similar and unique issues. Validated solutions with quantifiable outcomes.

After all, most issues have occurred at some point in the past and have been solved. The only problem is that no one has bothered to collect all those fixes into one solution library.

Imagine being able to look up a list of possible issues that have been solved by your peers and applying their solution to your problem. The solution envelope (what we call fuzzy logic) would supply the highest attributable solutions for every issue. All you need to do is ask the question…” How do I solve…?”

Instead of spending hours and maybe days trying to develop solutions, you could look them up in a matter of minutes and implement a listed solution to solve your supply chain issue.

Add to this the public interactivity with the library, where you can post your solution and be recognised and paid for it.

This is what Fuzzy.One is all about.

Fuzzy.One is a building the worlds first and only interactive library of supply chain solutions to issues that have been solved by professionals from around the world.

These solutions provide immediate fixes so that that your supply chain can continue to flow unhindered.

Its time to take back time and stop wasting time on trying to solve issues that have already been solved in the past.

We want to build a better future by solving the present with the past.


What is a Validated Solution
There are many types of solutions, but only validated ones are proof that the solution provided an acceptable result.

What is ERC-20
ERC20 is an official protocol for proposing improvements to the Ethereum (ETH) network.

What is Supply Chain
A supply chain is a series of actions and impacts that occur when supplying, delivering and trading in an asset of any type.

What is Fuzzy Logic
Fuzzy logic is a form of many-valued logic in which the truth values of variables may be any real number between 0 and 1 both inclusive. It is employed to handle the concept of partial truth, where the truth value may range between completely true and completely false.

What is Binary Logic
Binary logic consists of binary variables and logical operations. The variables are designated by the alphabets such as A, B, C, x, y, z, etc., with each variable having only two distinct values: 1 and 0. ... Logic gates are the basic elements that make up a digital system.

What is a DEX
In cryptocurrency a DEX is a Decentralized peer-to-peer Exchange. It is an exchange run by code. It usually exists as a decentralized application (DApp). It is a place where people can trade cryptocurrencies directly without a middleman. On a DEX every transaction is generally written to the blockchain

What is a CEX
Centralized exchanges are in a way similar to traditional stock exchanges. Transactions are being controlled by the owners of the exchange. Transactions can be made only through mechanisms provided and approved by the central body. These exchanges depend on the entity or broker who controls the flow of assets traded. Users of centralized exchanges deposit funds directly on the exchange, and then the exchange becomes responsible for the execution of buy and sell orders in real time. On centralized exchanges, users do not have access to their private keys.

How does Fuzzy.One work?
Fuzzy.One is a platform for contributors to post their solutions online and provide access to other professionals that seek a solution to an issue without having to go through the entire solution process. Unlike education, where we learn through experience, business has no time to "learn" through time wasting efforts, solutions must be provided and learning must be retroactive. The supply chain solutions library provides two key advantages for business: 1) an immediate solution for an issue, and 2) a means to study solutions.

Why would anyone want to contribute to a library?
Normally, most professionals don't have the time to write peer review articles unless they are involved in academic research or are preparing to present in a conference. Libraries don't usually peddle in solutions, they only offer rack space for books and journals. What Fuzzy.One offers is remuneration for time in the form of FLEx tokens. This is payment for time, and is a useful tool to inspire people to share in their experiences with others.

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