SKYFchain is the first B2R (Business-to-Robots) blockchain based operating platform. This private blockchain system provides independent secure data-exchange and payment channels for a total support of robot - centric logistics. The SKYFChain Operating Platform will based on private blockhain. It will use ERC20 compatible protocol for SKYFT tokens and build payment channels for exchange transactions. SKYFchain is unique because it will be designed to exclude the human as an intermediary and it will have access to confirmed clients of the first industrial heavy duty cargo drone – the SKYF drone, which is already flying. Technically, the main purpose of the SKYFchain is to integrate critical information for all market participants and organize execution of smart-contracts for transactions. SKYFchain aims to create the whole new industry of airborne cargo drones and later invite groundborne and sea-borne cargo robots for the new business opportunities.
Alexander Timofeev - CEO
Maxim Khabur - CMO
Valery Krivenko - IR
Nickolay Kovshov - Lead IT developer
Dmitry Arsentyev - Drone development
Marat Sabirov - Autopilot design
Olga Budnik - PR
Nail Zinnurov - Drone design
Christian Lorentzen - BDO in USA
Ilya Rodin - GR
Katya Bublik - Head of digital marketing
Sergey Shilin - Software engineer
Alexander Malikov - Software engineer
Tarlan Kornilov - Law Partner
Alexey Arkhipov - Managing partner at QIWI blockchain technologies
Michael Terpin - CEO, Transform group
Igor Karavaev - ICO advisor
Alexander Ivanov - Expert in global business development
2014-2017: Securing $5 min of VC funding: design and manufacturing of SKYF cargo drones; successful aerodynamic tests; fully autonomous flights Q4 2017.
2018: SKYFchain project spin-off from the SKYF project; research intothe most suitable technology and development of a private blockchainnetwork; Development of logic and data ofthe SKYFchain OPin tight cooperation with all cargo robotics market stakeholders (hardware producers, operators/clients, authorities, banks/leasing companies); creation of the international legal structure; sale of the first assembled SKYF drones and expansion of the partner networkin the regions without strict regulationsondrone flights (CIS, Asia, and Africa).
2019: Dissemination of theprivate block chainnetwork nodes among market participants; launch of the with a franchise of a drone logistics operator and a license for third-party drone producers.
2020: Rapid growth inSKYF drone sales, as a consequence of expansion of the franchise of a drone logistics operator and growth of number of licensed drone producers around the world; start of educational campaign and workshops for producers of other types of drones.
2021-2022: Inclusion of third-party airborne drones into the SKYFchain; lobbying for new regulations in developed marketsthrough industry associations and round-tables.
2023-2025: Inclusion of ground and sea-bornecargo robotsinto the system.