Change the Criteria for Dev Access & KEK Tiers

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  • #3149
    maryinvestor
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    I propose to change the criteria required for KEK holders to have developmental access and use the access tiers. Not everyone is in the financial position to invest thousands on KEK especially while the project is still in its developmental phases. And in order to achieve the goal of a large market cap we need lots of holders. I propose to make the criteria for this kind of access not just based on how many KEK tokens one has, but also on how much time one has been holding the KEK tokens. For example: You can get developmental access on the project if you are holding 100,000 KEK and/or you have been holding KEK for x amount of (weeks/months/years). And install in place an incentives system for long term investors to continue holding KEK.

    Access to All = More Investors
    Incentivizing Long Term Investors = Increase in KEK Value

    #3171
    Jayco
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    I believe we are very likely to restructure the entire tier system. We’ve spoken on a “talent tree” system which has stuck with me personally. I like the idea of opening all features at once, and you simply allocate your tokens into “talents”. For example, maybe the development area is just one feature you can unlock and it requires 5k kek tokens, those tokens are then locked for 1 month. If you need to get those tokens, you can unlock them, but there is a slight fee that gets helps create the net positive inflow to the feedback loop. Another “talent tree” feature you might want to unlock is one of many bots we are planning, again, say, locking 50k tokens for 1 month for access to one bot, and so on and so forth.


    Putting work into the basedment. Call me the candor man.

    #3175
    Ruslan
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    I like this idea, seems to be very interesting and potential.
    By the way, I think it’s not bad to take existing ideas from competitors and copy/change them. We should also explore, why, for example, dextools is doing well, but astrotools with shillers is not.

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