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Task Validation: Being in the shoes of a business

Task Validation: Being in the shoes of a business

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Task Validation: Being in the shoes of a business

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We have been conducting interviews with businesses which use ERC-20 tokens, and already see two interesting strategies emerging from the current results. The first approach is for businesses preparing pre-ICOs, the second, for those already on an exchange.

1) The current bounty model is very time consuming. It involves using Google surveys, recording signups on a spreadsheet, checking, verifying and manually sending the tokens to each user. The campaigns usually involve sharing on social media, PR blog writing, and bitcointalk signature campaigns. Our goal is to find the pre-ICO startups before they launch a bounty campaign, making it way easier to set them on the easy path. We will also encourage them to post questions about their idea, to help validate it.

2) For ERC-20 businesses already on an exchange, we will approach them as an application that allows you to “airdrop" tasks for your community and the public, allowing as many people to help with tasks as possible. Crowdholding engages and grows your community, while simultaneously helping build your product.

What’s your thoughts? Any interesting ideas? PS: Our first ERC-20 token based project will be announced this week!





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godd

12 months ago

1) Keeping the interface clean is most important.

2) Making sure visitors are always up to date on which bounties they've already done, with stats on pending bounty payouts etc, would be great. As my biggest issue was always keeping track of all the airdrops and bounties i've requested and which followed through, and which didnt

12 months ago

It is good to know that you will be posting bounty campaigns on crowdholding platform; my suggestion will be a campaign with simple rules, real-time stats and one click tasks interface with automated results compilation so there are no clashes after campaign ends, i hope you will take some advice from my post.

1 year ago

1) In general I find my bounty campaigns on bitcointalk, this is an issue because there are different levels of actual information, on top of that I have to spend time researching the project to see if it is decent. If there was a way of validating the ICO (i.e. not a poor project) and having a set standard of information about bounties that would be amazing and save so much time for me and I imagine for the altcoin as well.

2) Personally I wouldn't use the word airdrop when it comes to cryptocurrency as you will confuse a lot of people as they will be expecting freecoins, not have to work for them. But i like the concept overall.

1 year ago

Hey, about 1. It will be good if the team and community jointly agree on admission criteria for projects, then there will not be bad projects here. Also later, voting on this issue may be conducted.

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Agreed. And @Crumple Cat, good call. We push the multiple currency interface this week. This will allow business to easily create a project and begin using their token. Right now we are doing one on one interactions with businesses interested. But i see your suggesting happening, when we begin onboarding businesses daily. This is when I see voting done by you all. So will keep this mind for sure. Cheers :)

1 year ago

The best bounty interface I've seen so far is the one from Refereum - https://earn.refereum.com

It's sleek, simple, and you're done in no time with all the tasks. It also auto-updates, and they managed to gamify the whole process, making it less tedious and more enjoyable. The less tasks feel like a chore, the more people will do them.

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Awesome, checking it out as we speak. Cheers :)

1 year ago

I registered. Yes, really cool :)

1 year ago

1.) https://bounty.signals.network This is the way a bounty system should work, you could adapt it for crowdsourced tasks too. Sleek and amazing UX.

2.) If you insist on having a lot of tokens on your platform this is the way to go. Having a sleek interface allowing users quick feedback with automated rewards and verification. For the more essay type longer tasks (the short tasks like select this or that design/feature work better though) you use moderators.

3.) Having an in-app way of exchanging the ERC-20 tokens would be massively useful once you get like a bazillion projects.

4.) Advertising on Bitcointalk is a bit neglected and you can contact all sorts of pre ICO projects there who are relying on forum bounty managers for their campaigns. The whole shebang can be easily automated and rendered painless.

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Nice ideas!

1 year ago