Who cares what the background of these developers is. If you produce good work I don't care who you worked for/with and what you've done prior. As long as the end result makes sense and it works right I'm satisfied.
Of course being transparent would help your case to vett your credentials, especially when asking for money/trying to pump an ICO.
HOWEVER, if you actually read the whitepaper (which I suspect very few people did past page 1) there's a fundamental misunderstanding of the SafeNetwork's capabilities, it's intended usage, it's inner workings and it's ability to run this "Validator" on the network. From what I understand and have had confirmed, Maidsafe has no plans to build an Ethereum-like VM (crucial for running a validator the way the whitepaper explains - the validator is basically a smart contract) for the first instance of the live Safenet. It MAY be developed on the side by a third-party and it MAY be added later but it's not on any roadmap for now. That's a lot of maybes to be investing in...
I'd like more details on how the validator actually works. How it matches orders, how it pair multiples to one or vice versa, how it expects to see the order book in the clear when all transactions are self-encrypted locally prior to being chunked and pushed to vaults (keep a log of username/pin/passphrase??), and many more technical issues and explanations that are just too few for now.
Could we not even get a basic UML showing how the components (API cluster, processor, validator) interact? The one shown seems pulled right off of a template. No programming chops needed for that, just show us what the pieces do, where and how they will actually do it (somewhere other than the non-existent distributed SafeVM please).
From your whitepaper:
SafeNetwork aims to provide distributed computing in a secure environment by splitting the informations
and contents into encrypted chunks and storing them in the network. The SafeNet applications will use the resources provided by the Farmers, either CPU, memory, disk space, bandwidth. As a reward, the farmers will receive Safecoins. To limit the resources spoil, the Safenetwork apps will have to use Safecoins to pay for network’s resources
SafeNetwork, it is a distributed file storage system and a distributed computing system that
provides resources to the applications and websites built for it
Both these statements are inaccurate and are crucial to your solution's functioning.
The concept of a decentralized exchange is laudable. I love the idea but this implementation is not cutting it from the brief technical audit I performed.
Is it impossible? Probably not. I really hope it happens and I'd love to help.
Will it be done the way you sparsely explained in you're whitepaper? DEFINITELY NOT!
I wish you the best of luck in your endeavors @Marto_Bragui @tonbi but maybe it's best to get your tech right before you ask people for money next time. What began as a request for feedback quickly turned into a an ask for funding and a defensive argument regarding your credentials.