Cobol Transportation

Cobol brings blockchain technology and decentralization to the autonomous transportation industry.

More Efficient

With the implementation of blockchain technology, ride share and travel companies will no longer be necessary or economical. Cobol cuts out the middle man, and drives prices down.


Cobol tokens will be used for all transportation fees, and the blockchain technology involved will automate and simplify the process. The users will own the data.


Drivers won't need to be compensated, and neither will a certain rideshare company. Decentralization and autonomous technology make transportation more affordable.

Cobol is the first company to provide decentralized autonomous transportation for the average consumer, with the implementation of block chain technologies.</p

With the implementation of blockchain technology, current ride share and travel companies will no longer be necessary, or economical.

        8,993 Eth Raised

Goal: 10,500 Eth


Decentralized Autonomous Transportation

Cobol is the first company to provide decentralized autonomous transportation for the average consumer, with the implementation of block chain technologies. A user can request a car using their computer, phone or watch. Moments later, a self-driving car will arrive at the user’s location, and drive them to their destination. The user pays using Cobol tokens, and is charged on a per mile basis. Cobol is similar to that of a ride share program, yet decentralized and more efficient. This is an economical solution to the rapidly growing costs of owning and upkeeping a vehicle. With Cobol, traveling and transportation will become cheaper and easier.

Executive Summary

Autonomous transportation is transforming from fiction to reality, faster than previously anticipated.

Pilotless planes and drones are already in use by many countries and militaries. It won’t be long until autonomous air travel will be widely available to the average consumer.

Autonomous ground transportation however, is currently an actuality for consumers. All of the major automobile companies recognize the potential of this new and growing industry, and have made researching/manufacturing these autonomous vehicles a top priority. Computerized sensors and cameras make it possible for these vehicles to drive to a specified destination, without assistance/intervention from a human.

The Problem

As the future of autonomous transport approaches, it is becoming less viable to own an automobile.

In the transportation industry, there are excessive costs which continue to grow as the technology improves and the expenses rise. Purchasing a vehicle is an expensive investment. Looking past the original price of a vehicle, the costs hit new levels, considering the spending on gas, maintenance and insurance. Owning a car is generally useful for many consumers, but statistically, the car is sitting in a driveway or garage much longer than being used. This is inefficient.

Cars are being manufactured with “autonomous” or “self-driving” capabilities. These advances in technology allow us to eliminate inefficiency, but as the complexity of cars and automotive technology increases, the price of the vehicle increases as well, making the investment of an automobile less viable.

In a few years, owning an autonomous vehicle won’t be practical for the average consumer.

Cobol’s Solution

Cobol aims to provide decentralized transportation for the average consumer. The creation of autonomous technology allows an automobile to drive to a destination, only using help from its own computers/sensors.

As mentioned before, it isn’t efficient or economical to own a vehicle with these autonomous capabilities springing up throughout the automobile industry. If 200 people each pay $50,000 for an autonomous car, that’s a lot of money. Imagine if these 200 consumers instead have access to a fleet of 50 autonomous vehicles deployed by Cobol. The vehicles are readily accessible to each of the users, awaiting a request for transportation. Each consumer can access the Cobol app on their computer, phone or watch to call a car to their location, specifying where they would like to go. The vehicle drives itself to the customers location, then drives them to their destination.

Rideshare and taxi services aren’t economical, because the costs are risen to compensate the drivers commission, and the rideshare/taxi organization itself. Decentralized autonomous transport eliminates these extra costs.

Our Team

Our team consists of experts with knowledge and experience within a variety of diverse industries and fields, including travel, automotive, politics, software engineering, manufacturing, energy, and cryptocurrency.
Alex Williams

Alex Williams

Co-Founder & CEO

Serial entrepreuner, with 12 years of experience in finance, business, and investing. Alex is a determined leader, who can reach goals efficiently and effectively, turning his ideas and ambitions into reality.

Tristan Lawrence

Tristan Lawrence

Co-Founder & CTO

Tristan has over 15 years of experience developing high scale applications/cloud services. Having solved scaling problems for his entire career, he is now applying that knowledge and experience to blockchain technology. Tristan holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science.

Kevin Earl

Kevin Earl


Kevin brings a wealth of legal knowledge and business experience with financial services, with a particular focus on investment management. His practice focuses on providing legal advice, and incorporating startups and small businesses.

Timothy Peck

Timothy Peck

Sr. Software Engineer

Timothy Peck has 11 years of experience developing software and leading engineering teams. He also has extensive knowledge and experience with cyber security, helping companies protect themselves from threats. Timothy holds a Master's degree in Computer Science.

David Garff

David Garff

Blockchain Developer

David has extensive software development experience with both cloud technology and open source. He also has 5 years of blockchain development experience. David holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science.

Sherri Andrews

Sherri Andrews

Director of Community Relations

Sherri has over 10 years of experience in customer service and support. She also has extensive knowledge and expertise in blockchain, community management, academic research and visual design.

Bryce Allsopp

Bryce Allsopp


Lead developer for one of the biggest Bitcoin mining pools, Bryce has more than 10 years of experience in back-end development, leading diverse development teams for more than 5 years.