A separate NFT marketplace is good. Thanks. But let’s be honest, selling jpegs isn’t the future of web3.
Please, let’s not lose focus on getting the broader GoodMarket(s) up and running. The success of GoodDollar stands on three pillars, and enabling real economic utility = circular economy is the most important of those. We absolutely have to enable circular economics and build trust in G$ as a medium of exchange. That’s done by creating more marketplaces that work. Selling and buying phone minutes is a great example with real utility. Unfortunately what should be the flagship marketplace (GoodMarket.GoodDollar.org) is in a sad state. I would love to see some dev activity there.
The GoodMicroGrants project incentivizes circular economies (specifically: payments using the escrow contract, like GoodMarket does). If the marketplace doesn’t work well then the ability for entrepreneurs to benefit from these grants is significantly limited.
- Is there anyone in the community that would step up and volunteer to improve the marketplace?
- Or could we look to partner with a third party marketplace that has developers working to continuously improving on it?
- Or sell / outsource the marketplace to some entity that would benefit from our user base? Why? The GoodDAO should be in the business of encouraging many markets to be developed, not spend money on (poorly) maintaining one site.
- Let’s then advertise ALL the G$ marketplaces front and center on the website. I looked for the link there today and couldn’t even find it after looking around for well over a minute. I still don’t know if it’s buried there somewhere.
(FYI: segmented UBI is the second growth pillar, and added liquidity + staking from multichain expansion is the third, IMHO)