1. What problem are you solving?
Update: This website will be under our domain, sponsored by the Incognito foundation. (According to this I lowered the funding amount.)
The main page of incognito.org is about collaboration and not about describing the project to new users. It could be a bit confusing to understand the working and motivation of the project.
Important links like the Q1 pitch or “How to host your vNode?” are not trivial to find.
2. What is the solution?
Me and my team will create a website (on a separate domain) which is ready to share on Social Media, easy to understand and has a good conversation.
A Step-by-Step guide to Incognito.
The main goals of this website is to introduce new members to the following things: Join the forum -> Download the app -> Shield your coin -> Buy PRV -> Buy a pNode or host your vNode -> Share your ideas -> Get funding
3. Which solutions do people resort to because this doesn’t exist yet?
All the content is accessible today, but not organized and sometimes hard to understand.
4. Who are you?
I am a young entrepreneur, I have a small team of programmers and creatives.
5. Why do you care?
Why Incognito? I respect what the cypher punks believed, and I think the crypto community should earn back its privacy.
I am looking to invest in Incognito, but also want to secure my investment with active contributions. Our team is growing, so we have capacity.
I will not cash out any PRV to cover my expenses. I see this as an opportunity to buy.
6. What’s your plan? What’s your schedule?
I am going to accomplish this goal as soon as possible.
First milestone is a design preview of the site with dummy texts. We will contact @aaron after that and post the first results here.
(We don’t use templates or Wordpress. The website will be made from sketch.)
Second milestone is publishing the first version of the site.
Third milestone is the final version of the website.
The project will close in one month.
The source code of the project will be posted here during the work. You will be able to follow our progress.
We publish the site with automation, so if some of you with the permissions make a push to the repository it refreshes the live version. I think this is a good way to let community members contribute in the long-term.
7. What’s your budget?
|Live version||0 PRV||1|
|Final version||1000 PRV||1|
|Maintaining||0 PRV||1||0 PRV|
8. Is there an existing conversation around this idea?
9. Is there anything else you would like the community to know?
We will collaborate with other members of the community, but I only planned our part of the budget.