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Limbo DAO

Limbo is a distributed media platform for individuals to share their experiences of corruption, greed and inequality

Limbo DAO

Created At

Hack FEVM

Project Description

Limbo is a decentralized distributed media content creation platform that enables minorities, migrants and individuals facing hardships to be able to authentically display their life story in such a hopeful way that truly allows their life story to be displayed on a permanent archive. Limbo is essential for the frontier of social change and responsibility far beyond what any border can perceive. Truths written by contributors are tokenized as NFTs and used for governance of DAO, i.e. contributors who are active in the community and produce lots of Truths gain governance through their NFTs. Use zk-SNARKs to anonymize and protect creators. Incentivize other DAO members through bounties to fact check Truths. Truths are submitted through submitting the article which is uploaded to IPFS, and entering details such as number of Truths distributed and commission on resale

How it's Made

Limbo was conceptualized prior to the event with the team confirming the idea. While sprinting through the development of Limbo, we started on Friday by creating the desktop template, with a glassmorphism and dark design system. We all had specific roles and activities: Noah M. - Connected boilerplate to the code, and linked collectable contracts to the backend infrastructure - as well as got involved in designing template designs. Also created Markdown files. Noah also developed and followed the SOL tutorials provided from ETHGlobal. Watson L.R. - Created the presentation template and application design, developed and coded the front end live demo website in pure HTML / CSS. Collaborated and connected with other individuals. Also created NFT Markdown templates Pedro C. - Designed the glassmorphism styling for the front end application, as well as helped develop and started the IPFS node. Pedro has also thoroughly written several Markdown files and created the templates necessary for the projects MVP. He has also personally learned several new skills by attending his first Hackathon! Frank B. - Designed and curated articles for the project, as well as connected the FEVM deployment to the back end infrastructure of Limbo; developed the ERC-1155 smart contract (which can connect to an NFT for display), so we can mint stories and distribute journalism effectively. Steve T. - Helped curate and define the purpose of Limbo, The Mission Statement,, as well as provided insight for the business model and SWOT analysis, also contributed with the project management page on GitHub.

Developed and Designed by: Pedro Luis Chucin Gonzalez Noah Maskens Frank Bevr Steve M. Watson Lewis-Rodriguez

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