- Frequently Asked Questions About Defiance — Anonimity
Greetings from the Defiance Team!
Below we have compiled a series of explanations about the topics we come accross frequently. We hope that you enjoy reading our answers. In case you have any other questions in mind please do not hesitate to drop by our Telegram Chat Group: https://t.me/Def_Finance
To read about the other topics in this series please head back to: https://defiance.medium.com/ for the corresponding Medium article.
We are aware of the difficulties of giving a new impulse to the blockchain world. If we publicly publish our credentials, we think it will prevent us at some point from doing what we want to do.
When we say what we want to do, it is not grabbing the cash and running away of course. We are trying to build a decentralized project that has a governance model and that will function as a successful DAO. In the long run, it won’t matter who the team members are but the project will be run by the DAO that will be built as a part of this project. Our identities do not matter in this context. We are a leaderless structure, consisting of people who are fed up with the infinite number of scams, rugs, incompetent projects that raise millions of dollars and do nothing. Hence, our name: “Defiance”.
Definition of the term Defiance according to the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary: https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/defiance?q=defiance
You must have been following the latest events in the crypto world for the past 10 days. What happened to the public team projects? It didn’t prevent them from scamming thousands of people and running away with their funds. There are also so-called public teams with fake Linked-In profiles. PAMP, BLV, WALT to name a few.
I am not saying that being public is not a good thing, but it is something one shouldn’t only focus on so blindly to evaluate the legitimacy of a project.
You know better than us that this year there has been a paradigm shift in doing due diligence for choosing the projects to invest in. In 2017, the first things one would look at were the whitepaper, then the team members and their LinkedIn profiles, and so on.
We are not a quick cash grab project. If we were, we wouldn’t have a private sale that lasted for a little more than 1 month, we wouldn’t have a Github for our own code, but rather an automatically generated ERC20 token. We wouldn’t have bothered to design a beautiful website, which also has a dedicated sales platform working with Metamask. We wouldn’t have developed a staking platform for it. We would have gone with a less ambitious ETH raise; we wouldn’t have bothered to do a private sale. But we are here for the long run. We are here to stay. We wanted to make this raise in order to pass this phase and get it over with so that we can focus on our long-term plans and focus on developing and delivering our vision. We don’t want our project to be a still-born that loses its hype on Day #1.
I understand that you also wouldn’t want to jeopardize your hard earned savings by investing in an anon team’s project. But we are not 100% anon. We have just recently sealed a deal with a reputable blockchain institution. You can check them out here:
BitBrain Global GmbH - Technoparkstrasse 1 - 8005 Zurich - +41 44 500 42 85 - email@example.com © 2020 All…
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They are going to be advising the project for the long-term objectives ahead in terms of network, marketing, and auditing needs as well as the recruitment processes of developers for the future integration needs. They also run an education institute and our team members are getting trained and they will get certified by this institute as well.
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- Date of publication:
- Sun, 11/22/2020 - 09:06
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