FundRequest will focus the next few months on platform development and key partnerships. The target date to release a working product is Q1 2018.
Users can continue to register for the public token sale. The token sale will take place alongside the release of our working product on the Ethereum Mainnet!
Open source software is a vital component in the functioning of governments, large and small companies, and non-profit organisations all around the world. However, a lack of incentives for developers to work on open source renders many inactive projects.
FundRequest is a decentralized marketplace for open source software collaboration. It is a platform to fund software development and to reward community contributions using blockchain technology. Users receive monetary- and reputation-based rewards for solving issues in open source projects. The funds are transferred to the solver of the issue upon successful delivery.
Our vision is an open source platform for the community which runs decentralised and is developed, maintained and governed by the community. Our mission is to boost open source development and reward contributors in a fair and transparent way.
The following are some useful highlights for the FND Token Sale
FND will be the token used on the FundRequest platform and follows the ERC20 token standard.
For the actual implementation of the FND token, we use the MiniMe token contract which is being used by several other projects (eg. Aragon). There will be no alterations to the contract so we and all users can have full confidence in the FND token.
The MiniMe contract gives the flexibility of token upgrade with the existing token acting as the parent token. When a balance is queried, the state of the parent token is added to the state of the new token, yielding the final result. This is a very powerful mechanism should an upgrade be required.
The hard cap is 15 million USD in ETH equivalent and the spot price is 1800 FND/ETH.
You can contribute to the FND Token Sale using MyEtherWallet or MetaMask.
To join the FundRequest Token Sale, you can purchase FND tokens directly from the Token Sale smart contract.
A: You will receive your tokens immediately after the transaction has completed.
A: Banks have extensive regulations against money laundering and need to do KYC (Know Your Customer) in order to know from where the money on their bank originates. Since we are doing a Token Sale, our bank cannot know the origin of the money that we will transfer to our bank account and demand us to do the KYC.
A: We will provide a specific webpage where you will be able to enter your Ether address and check you have been successfully whitelisted and your information was validated.