I was thinking about the current implementation of the Github market, the roadmap to implements NPM market, and the whole thing about Open Source Software.
I think it was a good idea to start with OSS because developers may be early adopters of the project. But on the other hand, we stay very limited to growth.
First time I see the project I was interested in expanding it to communities and mainly to charity. Recently I was looking for projects that do it and found one that is doing well.
Some people commented on the Telegram group that we cannot miss the time.
So, after some thought, I came with the idea to implements what I’m calling the Open Website Market.
The idea is to allow anyone to submit their own website to be able to receive rewards from patron’s stakes.
No matter if the website is from a software project, or a community, or a Youtuber or a charity. Any URL can be accepted.
In the submission process, Khaos can validate a domain or a page.
Suppose that the wallet address that will be used to sign on the blockchain is xxxx
If the user is submitting a domain, he/she will have to add a TXT record with your own wallet address on DNS, like:
If the user is submitting a page, this information should be put to a meta tag on the page, like:
This way we can assure that the person who is submitting the URL, owns the domain or the website.
It would be super cool if in this case, the visitor can deposit ETH on a smart contract that would automatically do the swap to DEV and stake for the current site.
With this solution, much more people can spread the idea of DEV Protocol and become a creator to receive rewards.
It is up to the patrons to choose for whom they want to stake for.
For me, this is both a feature and a growth hack.
I can only see advantages to go with that approach. Am I missing something?
Let me know your ideas.