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May 13, 2018, 10:01:17 PM
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I think there's a lot of shitty Advisors out there and a lot of Blockchain projects being strangled or slowed down by this problem.

It would be much better if Blockchain startups could integrate specifically designed roadmaps via API to a Blockchain on coin owners can act as advisors in real time.

So I've started creating it, please see https://www.crowdstride.com for more info.
And / or introduction to Crowdstride on Medium: https://medium.com/@CrowdStride/introducing-a-better-way-for-blockchain-startups-to-get-advisors-and-early-traction-b94f4091ee32

Crowdstride is a platform that will enables Blockchain related startups to tie in to thousands of Advisors spread around the world.

The idea is probably being built by someone else.....but I've had it brewing in me for a while and comes from personal experience so I decided to take time and execute on it.
It feels really good and to be honest I'm just moving very fast on it and don't really care if it fails or not. Mainly building it for my personal satisfaction.

I need your feedback:

1) What do you think of the concept?
2) Would you use it?
3) Would you design protocol from scratch using available open source or would you use existing Blockchain?
4) Anything that feels really off or weird to you?

Thanks for the feedback and feel to ask any questions!

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May 14, 2018, 01:12:19 AM
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1) there are many governance solutions popping up to help projects with this. For your idea, how do you extract the quality from the quantity?
2) no, but you should continue with your idea, it can be succesful
3) fork some governance blockchain and add some layer
4) ... i dont like the page design Smiley but that only needs a quick fix
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