PRESS RELEASE – RUSSIA – Dogezer is a new generation platform for entrepreneurs, software engineers, UI\UX designers, artists, salespersons, marketing specialists and all other individuals involved in the creation, promotion, and support of software products of any kind. The platform connects these individuals allowing them to collaborate on the products they believe in, and collectively share the fruits of their labor.
Dogezer enables entrepreneurs to form and manage their software development teams without the need for outside funding. It effectively helps team members to become product investors through the investment of their time and labor into the product. Dogezer will allow individual contributors to break through the “glass ceiling” and become co-founders/early investors of innovative companies, with a minimal risk.
Dogezer integrates the functionality of tools that are similar to GitHub, Jira, Slack, Google Docs, and UpWork in one common ecosystem. Dogezer provides everything needed to run a virtual software development company, including Dogezer’s financial system. Such financial system can work with traditional payment mediums, cryptocurrencies or be used to generate project specific currency. Such currency can be stored on a blockchain (Ethereum or others) for additional traceability and auditability. Individuals executing a project can be paid using project-specific currency, which is convertible to a share in the specific project’s success, implementing the “Your team is Your investor” concept. Project owners can initiate their own ICOs right on the platform and use platform tools to execute it from start till the end in conformity with requirements of applicable law.
The Dogezer environment can also be used by traditional companies to replace a plethora of tools they are currently using. Using it, they will no longer need to solve integration issues between different products and pay to multiple vendors. Dogezer allows them to use one integrated and efficient product, with all the tools required available in one place.
Dogezer is planning to use the “Freemium” model where a limited amount of platform services are free. To consume services above the free level, the platform users will be required to have a number of “Unit of Service” on their Dogezer account. Users acquire the “Unit of Service” through the Basic or Premium License. The Premium Licenses will be available for sale through Initial Token Offering in the form of “DGZ” Token.
Dogezer integrates all of the necessary tools for people to work together on innovative projects, with the ability to use project-specific tokens to reward results and incentivize collaboration.
A DGZ Token is an ERC2.0 compatible token running on Ethereum blockchain.
There is a total of 100,000,000 DGZ Tokens created, with 98,000,000 DGZ Tokens available for sale for a base price equal to 1 USD (in Ethereum equivalent) per one Token. The remaining 2,000,000 Tokens will be reserved for the Bounty campaign participants (1.5% of all Tokens after ITO end, i.e. max of 1,500,000 Tokens) and the Founders team (0.5% of all Tokens after ITO end, i.e. max of 500,000 Tokens). The minimal cap is a sum equal to 1,000,000 USD in Ethereum equivalent. All the Tokens undistributed at the ITO will be fully burned.
One DGZ Token represents a number of the Dogezer Premium Licenses.
The Dogezer team originates from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, where the creative minds who have known each other for a lifetime gathered together in one office under the “Wearehere Labs” brand to begin work on the projects they felt passionate about.
Alexander Kozlov, Lead. An entrepreneur, software architect and software engineering manager with the experience of building effective software engineering teams from scratch. His career includes providing services for such companies as Motorola, Kyocera, Sony Ericsson, Ford, Hyundai & Jaguar Land Rover.
Sergey Chmilenko, Creative Lead. A former design team member of the largest Russian Outdoors Advertising Agency, NewsOutdoor (a part of News Corp), Sergey is a guru of visual design with the mind of a software engineer.
Dmitry Dolinin, Software Engineer. An experienced backend developer, a member of the “Presidential Managerial Human Resources Pool” program of the Government of the Russian Federation.
Sergey Sukov, Advisor. Sr. Vice President, Engineering, and Delivery at Guavus. With over 20 years of international experience, Sergey has built and managed large distributed software development teams including Silicon Valley based pioneer of real-time big data analytics Guavus (recently announced to be acquired by Thales).
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