After much anticipation, we have released our white paper detailing the first phase of the b0x project. During and after the EthDenver conference next weekend, we hope to begin sharing more about our vision with the community. In the near future, we will also begin making more of our Github repositories public. We are eager to show you what we’ve built.
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However, b0x is not the very first project in this field: Lendroid, dharma, and dydx. The last one has a stronger core team of developers, experienced working in financial tech infrastructure companies, and already attracted investment from Andreessen Horrowitz, Polychain Capital, and several other top tier funds. Lendroid already has a mechanism for margin calls. The high frequency of exchange hacks might be a risk for the integration of more sophisticated trading activity tools.
The roadmap is very high-level and only provides the development stages up until the end of 2018. According to the model, the lender will pay 10% fee. But at the same time the team states that the protocol will enable to avoid some intermediaries and banks for lender. The team does not state who will perform the function of Oracle The project valuation is above the median of similar projects. For instance, Lendroid aims to raise only 5000 ETH, which is around 4M USD as of 7th of May 2018. The given allocation of funds is not quite detailed and does not give much information.
The core team has never had experience in ruling any business. All these factors diminish the project success, not only in the TGE campaign, but also in the future platform launch. The company is not supported by well-known advisors and community There is only two software engineers in the project, all other people have experience in different fields. There are no marketing specialists in the team.
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