Haveno submits second largest CCS proposal ever, looking for $231K (1543 XMR) to build user interface
While work on the backend is ongoing, we found ourselves with the need of a dedicated and skilled frontend team for building the user interface. After a scrupulous research, we decided to work with Viabl, a skilled team with decades of frontend development in their portfolio.
Total funding proposed: $231,000 (1543 XMR). ETA (period): 4-6 months (TBD).
If fully funded
The funds are to be sent to Haveno every month for 4 months, with the first milestone payment upfront:
For simplicity, we ask the funds to be sent to us every month for 4 months, with the first reward being sent as soon as our proposal is considered funded.
Provided the development costs turn out to be lower, excess funds will be used for:
- GDPR analysis of Haveno (~$10K)
- Audit of the trade protocol
- Audit of Monero multisignature
- other CCS proposals & the General Fund
Haveno would post progress reports on Github and on Matrix/IRC chatrooms3.
If not fully funded
The team proposes that the CCS proposal should not be considered a fail:
This means if the ccs won’t be fully funded, won’t be considered failed, but partly funded. In that case we will explore other ways to gather the remaining needed funds.
The operative exchange running Haveno will be for-profit. Meaning the collected fees will go to the operators of the exchange.
The Haveno core team won’t run the operative exchange. That will be done by another entity.
This is the second largest CCS proposal to date, only trailing the Monero Atomic Swaps implementation5 funding proposal, which is still a WiP since October 2020.
To share your feedback, ask questions and support this proposal, consult !2842.
https://haveno.exchange, https://github.com/haveno-dex/ ↩
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