Published On: Sun, Aug 6th, 2017

Ethereum’s SuperDAO Enlists the Services of Ex-Google and Uber Developers, Sets Timeline for New DApps and Projects

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Veteran Blockchain company SuperDAO recently finished its 5-week training program to take on additional development personnel, for an inclusionary effort Meetup in Nigeria.
[Note: This is a press release.]

On top of new acquisitions, the company on-boarded some upper level, developers from Google alumni, New York Times, and Uber, to work on a second DApp to be released just around their new timeline.
As opposed to taking the regular route of a token ‘ICO,’ the new DApp will incentivize passive and active contribution from end users with tokens proportional to effort. It will mitigate the common barrier created to entry and adoption from the ICO alternative.
SuperDAO has at least a dozen software engineers currently developing the new DApp. Its launch is likely to offer new and old Superneum token holders some additional benefits, where the tokens can be used to unlock them. The DApp will be launched directly into the market, through a graduated safety hatch protected process which will follow extensive internal and external testing. The launch will occur in unison with the organization’s crowdfunding and governance shift.
Although details of the project have been so far hard to come by, it has been …

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