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Old 12-06-2017, 01:30 PM
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Default Doft ICO

Doft ICO Pre-sale 2.0 is close to an end.

Do not lose your chance to get 40% of doftcoins as the pre-sale bonus!

By the way, here are some thoughts on the ELD mandate from Doft.
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Old 12-08-2017, 08:22 AM
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Default Doft ICO. Trucking ICO

Doft announced presale of its tokens to its user community in its strive to innovate the inefficient trucking industry. Pre-ICO 2.0 started November 27 on Doft’s official website.

Silicon Valley, December 7th, 2017 – Silicon Valley truck-sharing startup, DOFT (Do Freight Transportation), rescheduled its ICO and launched the Pre-ICO 2.0 offering its tokens with a 40% bonus. Doft is giving out 100% of the company’s total coin supply, meaning that anyone can become an owner of Doftcoins (DFC) and enjoy the benefits of being a part of the transportation community.

The token sale was prolonged and will end on January 1, 2018, 00:00 a.m. UTC. Doft Bounty Campaign is also available for everyone during the whole crowdsale.

The Doftcoin token will be used to access all the services and products provided by the platform. Today Doft accepts only USD when a customer pays for the services. In the nearest future Doftcoins will become a number one payment method within the network.

Another important value of the token is scaling to other countries. Doftcoins will make the expansion process outside the US market much easier.

The total hard cap for the sale is 200,000 ETH (roughly $90 million) for a total supply of 50 million tokens. 90% of the 50 million tokens will be distributed in the Doft ICO except for 10% (5% reserved for Bounties and 5% more reserved for future mining). None of the tokens have been kept in reserve for further raises or distributed to the Doft team.

The current Pre-ICO 2.0 crowdsale will be live until January 1, 2018 with a hard cap of 5,000,000 DFC. The second and final ICO round will be held in the early 2018.

The funds raised during the whole crowdsale period will be used for the technological improvement, business development and market expansion in the world’s 10 major countries.

When we imagine a new logistics’ era, we think of a free to use, simple, user-friendly solution suitable for every type of business which is involved in the logistics chain. No doubt, the solution should make business processes much easier and quicker, yet without breaking the habits of industry professionals who do the job every day. Doft’s solution is equally suitable for all the parties involved into the transportation chain. Whether you are a carrier, a broker, a trucker or a dispatcher, you’ll find potency as Doft covers all necessary vertical services in transportation.

About – Doft

Doft – a Silicon Valley based startup – developed a mobile app for the trucking industry that provides freight matching services. The on-demand instant freight and truck matching application has been labelled the “Uber of trucking.” Doft aims to improve the lives of truckers and provide ever-increasing value to shippers and carriers through its peer-to-peer service.

Doft is changing the way American truckers and shippers work together, and now taking it further with a Doft ICO crowdfunding campaign, allowing Doft’s users to be part of the project by contributing and receiving Doftcoins, which can later be used within Doft to pay for services and goods in Doft App and Doft Store where Doft sells trucking related products.


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Old 12-11-2017, 12:57 PM
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Default Doft Pre-sale 2.0 is prolonged due to the blockchain congestion

Transactions supporting the popular CryptoKitties app are continuing to congest the ethereum blockchain, a state of affairs that has spurred Doft to prolong its planned ICO Pre-sale 2.0 round.
Doft CTO Sergey Zaturanov said the problem is that the activity around CryptoKitties – an ethereum-based app that uses tokens to represent digital cats that can be traded, exchanged or bred to create more e-pets – has effectively clogged up the blockchain.
So, all the transactions attempts for the last 7 days failed and have never been completed.
That is the reason to prolong the Pre-sale 2.0 up to 1.1.2018 0:00 am UTC.
The Bounty campaign is also prolonged. All the payments will be proceeded 1.1.2018.
Doft team recommends everybody, who wants to take part in the ICO pre-sale 2.0 to increase the Gas Limit up to 200,000 and Gas Price to 61 Gwei otherwise your transactions might fail.
Thank all the supporters and contributors.
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Old 12-12-2017, 01:42 PM
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Hi All!

Prepare- huge Christmas bonuses are coming soon!
Join Doft ICO!
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Old 12-13-2017, 01:00 PM
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What will happen in situations where your electronic logging device documents an unavoidable violation? This could be driving beyond limits while looking for a parking spot in a congested area or moving from a parking place during an off-duty period when forced to by local law enforcement.
State and federal law enforcement officials urge drivers to practice blunt honesty, using annotations on duty statuses and status changes to explain the situation in detail. In many cases, officer leniency is likely to prevail.
Before e-logs, “getting the load there on time was the first priority,” said driver Bob Stanton, part of a panel convened by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration during the Great American Trucking Show in August. Before, “you made your log look legal” only after that first priority was met, he said. Now, if there’s any chance you can’t get deliver within legal hours, you need to make the appropriate calculations well beforehand.
That seemingly simple change, however, is one that brings with it a raft of complications, from new administrative and operational burdens placed on drivers and carrier dispatch to the pressing need for shipper/receiver customers’ appreciation of the new dynamics.
Others at the GATS panel presented cases, including delays at shippers and receivers that exhaust on-duty hours. FMCSA enforcement specialist LaTonya Mimms noted officers will retain the discretion on whether to write a violation.
If the overage is “no more than 15 minutes,” Mimms said, the “trooper may or may not cite a nominal hours violation,” with little consequence for safety scores. In excess of 15 minutes, however, a normal violation would be the typical response from the agency’s perspective.
Two-truck independent Rico Muhammad has encountered such a situation, parked overnight outside a receiver’s closed facility, staged to unload in the morning. Run off by local law enforcement during his off-duty period, he used personal conveyance mode in his e-log (which continues the off-duty status when selected) to move five miles up the road to a spot. Loaded, however, that use of personal conveyance would open him up to a false log violation down the road if discovered, notes Joe DeLorenzo, director of FMCSA’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance.
DeLorenzo hears about special cases all the time, many having to do with just where personal conveyance is warranted or not. He emphasizes that it’s properly understood as truly personal use of the vehicle. Traveling to and from shipping/receiving locations isn’t the place to use it, though compliance consultants have argued otherwise, particularly for self-dispatched or independent owner-operators such as Muhammad (if empty).
When an exceedingly lengthy delay at the shipper or receiver causes the driver’s 14-hour clock to run out, DeLorenzo says proceeding to a safe haven/parking location/truck stop would not be considered personal conveyance. Rather, he urges drivers to make the trip and annotate the circumstances “in case somebody asks for it,” thus avoiding charges of a “false log” for incorrect personal conveyance use.
In mid-late November, DeLorenzo said the FMCSA would further clarify personal conveyance in light of the ELD mandate in a Federal Register notice, unavailable at press time.
DeLorenzo also clarifies the other special short-term driving category specified in the ELD rule: yard move. Using this category will move a driver to the on-duty not-driving status, even though the vehicle is in motion. Just where it can be used hasn’t been fully understood to date throughout the industry.
DeLorenzo says fleet terminals aren’t the only places where it’s OK to use; it’s also good within facilities away from public roads such as ports, railyards, customer locations and the like. At distances of no more than three to five miles, DeLorenzo says, “it’s OK. If it starts to accumulate more than that, people are going to start asking questions.”
Yard moves, after being categorized by the driver or registered automatically in a geofenced area, must be approved by the administrator. In the case of an independent, that makes use of the yard move a two-step process for the owner.
Self-incrimination by ELD will rise to the level of a violation only if someone decides that it does. Picky violations in special circumstances, says Capt. Brian Preston of the Arizona Department of Public Safety, are not going to get many in much trouble if they’re logged honestly.
What his officers are looking for, he says, is more the intent to deceive. At roadside, that most often manifests as someone having unplugged the ELD so that it shows they “went to sleep in Oklahoma and woke up in Texas.” Preston adds that “most humans just don’t lie very well” and inspectors are well-trained in dealing with drivers. If “right off the bat the situation doesn’t look right, if it looks like a game is being played, that will be the biggest deciding element” of just how in-depth officers go into a driver’s log.
Lt. Dan Wyrick of Wyoming says he’s seen scenarios where drivers don’t log in for a certain time to mask movement. He’s also seen “the company cheating the system by reassigning driving time” on the back end, which will be impossible to do without driver involvement under the new ELD specification. With ELDs, unlike AOBRDs, drivers must approve any office edits.
Veteran officers believe electronic and paper logs have similar enforcement dynamics, Preston adds. What’s different with paper are the form-and-manner formatting errors that get recorded – ELDs virtually eliminate those. Generally, enforcement philosophy will not change.
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Old 12-14-2017, 01:36 PM
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Default Doft Pre-ICO 2.0

With the ELD Mandate which goes effective Dec. 18 this year, a lot of owner operators will face the necessity of purchasing the ELD.

There are plenty of them on the market. Some of them need a subscription plan, some of them are subscription free.

All these ELD you can find on Doft Store


Use DOFT1225 promocode to get 5% discount for a Garmin eLog!
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Old 12-15-2017, 12:54 PM
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Default Doft Pre-ICO 2.0

As the Doft ICO is going on, Doft team has some good news to share. is launched. The truck drivers/ owner operators can purchase an ELD there (subscription free or with the subscription plan) and many more accessories for trucking.
The crypto investors will have an additional proof that the team is working hard to make the project better.

By the way! Do not forget that the Christmas bonus is waiting for every investor, who will purchase DFC on Dec 25!
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