Users receive branded promo coins, which function as micro lifecycle cryptocurrency, for the completion of campaign-specific tasks.
Users receive promo coins which can be staked and traded with DCO.
Let's answer the most common DropCoin questions.
DCO is an abbreviation for DropCoin. DCO acts as a “pass through” and functions as the base pair for promo coins created by DCO community contributors.
An airdrop allows users to receive free cryptocurrency independent of a purchase.
Novice and advanced crypto users, but also consumers who are interested but not yet using crypto.
Client Industries like ICOs, entertainment, nonprofits and retail.
The DCO community will utilize its decentralized governance to fund philanthropic work.
Businesses are eager to tap into the crypto ecosystem but need a point of entry. Consumers expose themselves to security and privacy risks in signing up for airdrops from unknown sources. Staking and mining often require significant investment and is not understood by lay users.
A "promo coin" is a branded form of cryptocurrency created by DCO community contributors which are airdropped to eligible recipients as the reward for the completion of tasks.
Staking is placing cryptocurrency coins in a digital wallet and using them to verify transactions on the network. Users are rewarded with coins by the network for verifying transactions.
Refine concept. Establish core team. Draft white paper.
Website release. Release white paper. Launch DropCoin testnet. Core infrastructure development. Begin community engagement.
Wallet release. Begin airdrop registration. Launch DropCoin mainnet. Airdrop.
Bounty platform integrations. Bounty campaign launches for initial clients. Enhance bounty performance analytics. Initial DCO exchange listings.
Develop and test initial Promo Coin campaigns. Continue enhancements of bounty and airdrop platform. White Paper 3.0 Release.
Automate Promo Coin creation process. Business development team expansion.
Expansion into niche industries. Mainstream adoption.