Idea About Decentralized Food Delivery Platform

  1. The customer orders food and the restaurant starts to prepare.
  2. After finish the food, the restaurant will let the delivery guy pick it up.
  3. The delivery guy goes to the restaurant and picks it up.
  4. The delivery guy delivers it to the customer.
  1. The app will charge 25% to 30% of the orders from the restaurants. To make it profitable, restaurants must increase their price in those apps. Take Panda Express as an example, a two-entree plate will cost you $7.99. But the same food will cost you $9.55 in the app. So that the restaurants can have the same profits as dining in.
  2. The app will charge delivery fees, services fees from each order, roughly 15% to 30% from the orders. There is someone who talked about this for the detail if you are interested. Why Uber Eats Is A Necessary Evil
  3. The delivery fee, which is supposed to fully give to the delivery guy, will be taken some for a portion by the app.
  1. The customer places an order through a smart contract with an equal amount of money token plus tips for the delivery guy.
  2. The restaurant will receive the order and start to prepare the food.
  3. When finished, the restaurant will let the delivery guy know.
  4. The first person who responds to the order has the right to the restaurant to pick the order. Before leaving, the delivery guy has to confirm the order and he has to scan a QR code from the restaurant.
  5. The delivery guy gives the order to the customer face to face.
  6. A. If the customer confirms the food, the delivery guy will show a confirmation QR code and let the customer scan.
    B. If the customer refuses the food because of missing food, the delivery guy will show a refuse QR code and let the customer scan.

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