Resource Allocation Protocol






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Goodwill Coin Address (Ethereum Network):
0x2970eaefda55fe4d95f1d8697b669203ed8f7d92



Total Tokens in Circulation

14,003,002,020 GOODWILL



Exchange Rate

1GOODWILL = 0.0001 ETH



Goodwill Token Minting Cap for Goodwill Economy

GOODWILL



Vision


"Resource Allocation Protocol helps get the resources you need, anywhere, anytime." -- Richard, 2017



Economic activities as measured in GDP largely consist of measurement of trade of resources, and associated capital flows. While free market economy looks to allocate resources using demand based production and supply, the economic disparity in various geographies make this model non-functional. The resource allocation based on money being primary driving forces in moving the resources requires that a participant have both concentrated demand and money, in order for it to be met with supply. When in fact demand and supply should always be met, with exchange intermediary metrics being a data audit trail for the purpose of resource allocation.

Resource Allocation Protocol looks to provide a decentralized protocol to streamline efficient sharing of resources through strengthened audit capabilities and decentralized tracking of material resources, throughout their entire life-cycles. Resource Allocation Protocol can be used to measure and monitor manufacturing activities, raw resource usage, their consumption and re-manufacturing.

Protocol Overview


There are 5 roles for the actors in the network:

1. Users, IoT or Devices who send and receive resource use request to and from the network
2. Resource Authenticator, responsible for token based authentication and identification of resource users
3. Reserve Network(s) providing value added data to the network
4. Resource Operators, who manage and share allocated resources (e.g. devices such as fleet of drones, or group of IoT equipments)
5. Resource Contributors that provide usable resource and allocation data to the network (e.g. IoT, Devices, manufacturers, or resource suppliers, to enable real-time data based delivery of resources based on consumption)


Applications


Applied to drones and fleet of robots, Resource Allocation Protocol can be used to measure the usage of drones, their energy consumption, and enable shared usage of fleet of drones amongst decentralized participants using pre-set rules for such sharing amongst participants.

Comparison to Existing Systems


We compare Resource Allocation Protocol to existing systems in the table below.



Free Market Economy Socialist Economy Resource Allocation Protocol
Resource Usage Audit Trail No Yes Yes
Instant Resource Allocation No No Yes
Trustless and Secure Money as a form of trust Money as a form of trust Consistent Resource Delivery as a form of trust
Resource Allocation Method Capital Flow based Allocation Social Demand based Allocation Usage based Allocation


Roadmap



  • Resource Allocation Protocol Participant Onboarding

    1. We will list the GOODWILL Tokens on exchanges for Live Trading

    2. We will invite the participants to join in through Telegram, to create an on-going channel for building the community, and for building the Resource Allocation Protocol with Goodwill Coins.

  • Resource Allocation Protocol Buildup Progress Digital Showcase

    Monthly

    Participants jointly solve complex issues through crowd sourcing actionable solutions from invited audience, while measuring the overall build-up progress of Resource Allocation Protocol being made by Resource Allocation Protocol participants.

    Participants will take votes on relevant issues and causes, such as exchange rate mechanics, minting of token for participants and expansion of Smart Contract Features.

Management

James Jung

Managing Partner

Yuki Fushimi

Managing Partner

Advisors

Gabo Arora

Senior Advisor at United Nations
Council of Foreign Relations
Global Goals Advisor

Sergio Fernandez

Chairman at PVBLIC Foundation
SDG-FUND at United Nations
Imperative Fund
SmartCities NY
Global Goals Advisor

Hidemi Asakura

Chief Data Scientist at Global Systems Management
Global Goals Advisor

Ana Liza Oliva

Global Goals Advisor

Rosalyn Dialino

Global Goals Advisor

Ratchanan Phimsak

Global Goals Advisor

Judith Allida

Global Goals Advisor

Sornsawan Swansorn

Global Goals Advisor

Evi Novitasari

Global Goals Advisor

Suphida Kajea

Global Goals Advisor

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