let’s discuss the following idea. Imagine creating an ERC20 token with a name -www.safenetwork.tech for advertising when we have vaults from home again and they work in alpha version (more or less stable). We add it to UniSwap and add liquidity to it to have a price to display in the ETH explorers and we send it to the millions of people on the ethereum network.
This, of course, will only be an advertising token to draw attention to the Alpha / Beta network. What do you think?
It’s kinda trolly but honestly, I love it. The fact that SAFE crowdfunded before ETH and ETH launched first and got extremely popular yet we didn’t make an ERC20 token, did things our own way and then launch beta to put a useless coin to disperse across their network just to advertise is like a big middle finger.
LETS DO IT!
Obviously we need to be launched first but this would be epic.
Yes, I wonder what people are more likely to review. A coin with a site name or a coin with another name such as platypus. For example, you get 1 platypus coin in your wallet. We will have to prepare a www.platypuscoin.com site for it in advance and rank it in a good place in Google or write on Twitter, etc.
Is there some benefit to buying the advertising coin over plain-old MAID and storing things on the network? Would that divert buy/sell traffic away from the actual MAID coin (Or any incentive program for the ad coin in general, now that I think about it)?
Who said you would buy it? It is airdrop. You receive it at your ethereum address for free, if you are interested you check what it is and see that you can get 1-100 MB of free space in the SAFE network if you present it to the organizers of the promotion - it’s like a discount coupon.
A site name is kinda memey and fun, but, now that I think about it, might also make it look a bit dodgy. Could have a legit name that’s still memey and attention grabbing without giving nigerian-prince-wants-to-give-me-money vibes to the uninitiated
Could get a bit costly with current gas fees. There was some demo recently of using rollups to onboard users with Reddit tokens. Do you remember the details? Using that approach for an airdrop could be cheaper.
I’d rather see something more collaborative. Something nobody mentioned yet in all of this Ethereum talk is using SAFE as the background data store for a web 3 site resolved using ENS. People normally link their ENS resolver with an IPFS hash I think (Swarm hashes were supported, but that project is also still in development). So SAFE could also play this roll.
Well we are at least 1-2 years before the beta. There is time for the fees in Ethereum 2 to become low. Just a brainstorm here to pass the wait with something useful. You will have to explain the other things you are talking about in more detail, because I am not familiar with them