Paid tasks - see Issues (by goldenwebb)
> users will use/pay for your product
There are several monetization models here: subscription, advertising and publication of applications, and even donations. They all work for other development tools. Plus, a market for developers will be created and they will be able to sell their creations. Plus web3 friendly.
Here is the samples https://github.com/goldenwebb/Tasks/issues
The project will grow and need thousands of developers will be able to improve the system, which will ensure KPI and investors will be able to earn
> Everyone wants to do this. The question is why you and why now? Are you willing to take the leap of faith to see the project to the next step? Will you quit a cozy paycheck to work through the few bugs and get users on the platform?
I created the core, the technology, it works and now it's time to expand the community. 10 years ago I left my job to do this project. Initially, I did not want to take investments, because I needed to figure out what it was (I'm a techie) and I thought that I could complete the project in 3 years maximum. In 2014, external circumstances such as the war changed my plans and my expenses increased exponentially, so I had to spend a lot of time at work. 2 months ago I left my last job and was able to fix most of the bugs to show the project to the public, but the time is up and now the choice is either to take the job again, which will mean a downtime in the project, or to find a donation / investment "willing to take the leap of faith to see the project to the next step" and give investors and developers an opportunity to earn money and get a fan. New programming is fun.
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