Fuzzy.One joins Solana

Solana Blockchain for Fuzzy.One

Fuzzy.One is now officially a Solana project. After reviewing many of the new blockchain initiatives on the web, we have decided to take a bold step into the Solana network. “Solana is a fast, secure, and censorship-resistant blockchain” It is also an easy blockchain to link up to and will provide an inexpensive, fast and secure environment for our global community.

Fuzzy.One is the gig economy for knowledge and professional experience.

Fuzzy One uses the Return on Knowledge (RoK) principle at the core of an ML information platform that provides an easy-to-use Q&A and Article post environment for all people in the supply chain.

Fuzzy.One is a disruptive technology:

We break down the language barrier. We enable everyone to post Q&As in their language so that localized professionals can respond in the same language, removing the English barrier that plagues the internet.

Examples: A truck driver asks in Pune, India, and a local driver answers the question. A procurement specialist asks in Germany, and a local supplier or freight forwarder answers the question. A retail importer asks in Jakarta, Indonesia, and a local tax specialist answers. A rideshare driver in Bangladesh asks, and a local car supplier or garage answer. You can ask your question in your language irrespective of where you live. All Q&As will have two language views: the original language view and an English view.

We break down the economic divide that separates the 85% underpaid and poorer global population from the 15% well paid and rich population. 85% of the world’s population do not have assets to trade or use, such as cars or property. So, Gig economies such as rideshare, and house-let are unattainable to them. Fuzzy.One ignores the material world and focuses on the human experience and mind. It provides you with a platform to share your knowledge and get paid for your time. Anyone with professional experience can answer questions and get paid for their answers. Another layer is that urgent questions that require answering within a limited time frame will pay out better.

“Most people in the world live in poverty. 85% of the world live on less than $30 per day, two-thirds live on less than $10 per day, and every tenth person lives on less than $1.90 per day.” https://ourworldindata.org

People with experience and knowledge such as truck drivers, rideshare drivers, purchasers, import clerks, seamen, aircrews, retailers, port workers, managers, engineers, executives, and retirees can answer questions and get paid for your knowledge and experience. Whether you are working in one, or many jobs, or sitting at home retired, or sit in a vehicle or behind a desk, you can answer questions and get paid for your knowledge and experience” says Ian Kano, Founder of Fuzzy.One.

We break down the cryptocurrency barrier. We use cryptocurrency as an intermediary payment form, where rewards are paid for in full, and the users can then convert/exchange their tokens with fiat (real money) on our dApp (Fuzzy Swap) page in the app and on the site.

“The system is simple, you don’t need to understand crypto or markets to protocols; you only need to answer questions, get paid, and then cash out” says Sameer Bakhru, the CEO of Fuzzy.One.


1. Get paid in Cash: You want to answer questions and at the end of the day, take your pay home. Just go into the app, convert your tokens to your local currency, and have them transferred to your bank account or credit/debit card.

2. Savings: You want to save up in crypto, earn more for each question you answer. Your crypto makes interest in our staking vaults and you earn more by not withdrawing it, using the site as your savings account.

3. Trading/Investing: You can withdraw them and trade with them on selected exchanges.

We break down the Globalization Barriers by offering localised Q&As. In other words, you do not need to ask a question that is not focused on your location. If you need help locally, you can ask a question that includes your town/city; if you need help nationally, you can include your country; if you need generic help that is not local or national, you ask a Global question without a city or country.

Examples: You need to find:

· The fastest car tyre changer in Bangalore, India (Local)

· The cheapest transport solution to send products abroad from Manila, Philippines (Local/National)

· The specific import documents for importing to Thailand (National).

· How to solve an Excel spreadsheet issue (Global).

We break down the Urgency & Quality barrier by offering incentives to answer questions with time limits and pay bonuses for faster answers and answers accepted by the requestor.

Example: You are sitting at home, or in your car, or on a break at work, and you receive a ping in our app…it is for an answer within 10 minutes. You answer within 2 minutes; you get a 100% bonus payout. If the requestor flags your answer out of the 10 answers as the one he/she accepts, you get another 50% bonus. If you answer after 10 minutes, you still get paid, but without a bonus. If your answer is flagged as the accepted one (even if you were late), you get a 25% bonus. [Note: all questions are limited to 10 answers only, and then the question response is locked].

Validity of Q&A

To answer questions, users will provide proof of professional or work experience, and we validate the source, ensuring that our community of responders only answer questions they are knowledgeable about. This means that every responder will select only three categories to respond based on their expertise. Once questions are asked within that category, they will receive a “ping.” The responder might have a time limit in which to provide an answer. The questioner grades the answers by selecting the answer they implemented/accepted.

ML (Fuzzy Logic) of Q&A

Our library of data has an ML algorithm that uses fuzzy logic enabling the requestor to seek the question by entering search strings before asking. If similar questions have been asked, the requestor will not need to add a new question. He/she may add the question if the responses are not accurate to the request. If the question has not been asked, the requestor may input the question and await the response. The ML will identify questions based on localization as well as subject matter.

Example: Search stringfastest and cheapest freight forwarder in Seoul.” if someone has asked this before, you will get the Q&A. If not, you will ask “Who is the fastest and cheapest freight forwarder in Seoul?” if someone has asked in the past “How do I export toys from Seoul to China” and someone responded and in their response, there is a string such as “….Use xxx freight forwarders in Seoul…The ML will show this Q&A as a possible answer for the requestor to consider. Another example is if you ask who is the best garage for Ford in Davao, the ML will not give you responses outside of Davao. So even if there are Ford garages in other cities, they will not appear in the Q&A search result.


The advertising model is unique and is only found in Fuzzy.One. Instead of using “real estate” on the site, we provide advertisers with access to the Q&A section where they ask the question that they answer, and this gets promoted. So, when someone asks a question that has been answered, the advertiser’s response comes up at the top (just like Google Search). Advertisers will pay a monthly fee per Q&A they provide on the site.

Solana & Open Source

Our project is being developed using the Solana blockchain together with JS and no-SQL database and fuzzy logic (ML) search. The platform will provide everyone with a fast and accurate response to any question that has not been asked and a list of answers to questions that have been asked and replied to.

The Solana Disruption Difference

Capital efficient as the ecosystem grows. Solana scales thanks to Moore’s Law; there’s no need to integrate with multiple shards or layer 2 solutions.

Avoid long wait times for your users. Blazing fast speeds and no mempool. 400ms blocktimes and sub-second finality. Web 3.0 with Web 2.0 speed.

The database of answers will be accessible in the local language of the question and answer and English.

The project is being built in open source. We intend for everyone that joins our community to help build it and maintain the integrity of ever-growing library of Q&As, expanding outwards across all supply chain sectors and in the future expanding outwards into other sectors of interest.

Tokenomics (Value Chain)

30% of all income from advertising will be used to “buy back” tokens from the Q&A responders, essentially fueling a continuous bull market and maintaining the scarcity and flow of tokens on the various markets.




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