Introducing doGood, a Blockchain-Fueled Social Platform Designed to Facilitate Positive Change; Initial Coin Offering Presale Starts December 5, 2017
doGood’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform allows people to break down complex problems, crowd source teams and create concrete solutions
SAN DIEGO - November 29, 2017 (Investorideas.com Newswire) doGood announced today the immediate availability of its blockchain-fueled social platform designed to help users create concrete solutions using lean-startup principles. The company's initial coin offering (ICO) presale begins on December 5, 2017 during which its Ethereum-based tokens (named "GOOD") will be sold at a 20% discount.
doGood aims to address a significant problem facing the ICO market today. Initial coin offerings are raising tens of millions of dollars, but token purchasers have no visibility as to how that funding is being used or if progress is being made by developers. Furthermore, since developers have raised these large sums in one fell swoop, the developers are not pushed to progress the way they would in a typical fundraising dynamic. doGood is helping solve this problem by helping token purchasers find projects they are interested in and by providing them with transparency and influence on project direction.
"Our mission is to incentivize huge numbers of people and organizations to systematically break down complex problems, create experiments to test and identify great solutions, and provide a decentralized method of building and governing organizations," said Adam Harriss, CEO of doGood. "doGood also presents a feedback mechanism between funder and funded that provides the funder with transparency and governance capabilities after an ICO takes place. Using lean-start-up principles and smart contracts, we believe we will be able to lower risk for token purchasers and increase the chances that funded projects will succeed."
doGood's Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform gives people the power to systematically break down complex problems, crowd source teams and articulate intelligent solutions. Its hybrid system, which is comprised of blockchain and a centralized database, makes it easy for existing corporate teams to harness the power of innovative minds across the globe. Together, these teams are able to easily dissect issues they are most passionate about and thoroughly address each contributing factor to form a solution. The end result can be manifested into concrete projects, businesses or non-profits.
doGood provides an integrated toolset that takes mountain-sized problems and breaks them into manageable portions so they can be tackled by people working together to facilitate positive change. These tools enable users to:
- Identify and scope problems and solutions
- Tackle problems they are passionate about and that match their skillsets
- Determine the marginal capacity to create new projects or lines of business
- Manage the protection of intellectual property
- Raise the funds needed to execute
- Manage risk by using the scientific method to quickly find processes that really work
- Share insights within organizations or with the broader doGood community
- Facilitate the dialog process between funder and funded
Using the blockchain, specifically Ethereum, doGood aims to attract and incentivize a large group of people with experience and knowledge across diverse skillsets. The platform will reward users by giving them points, which can be traded for its Ethereum-based tokens called GOOD. For more information, or to begin using doGood free-of-charge, visit www.doGood.io. doGood can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.
About Adam Harriss, CEO, doGood
doGood was founded by its CEO, Adam Harriss. Adam's background includes venture capital, entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship at HP, strategy, business development, and product management. During the original dot-com boom, Adam worked in venture capital. From there he moved to HP, where he co-founded the Retail Photo business winning Walmart and Tesco accounts and displaced Kodak from Australia. Since then, he has worked in VP and Director roles or as a consultant for various mobile advertising and SaaS startups. Adam obtained his MBA from the Haas School of Business where he studied under Steve Blank, amongst other notable professors.
doGood is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform for problem solving and innovation management that uses blockchain to incentivize huge numbers of people and organizations to systematically break down complex problems, create experiments to test and identify great solutions, and provides a decentralized method of building and governing organizations. The platform provides a modular system that uses open innovation, design thinking and lean-startup principles to help organizations more successfully take an idea from concept to sustainable business. Many of the modules are free. However, customers pay for premium modules and the ability to make the content they enter into the system (IP & trade secrets) private. For more information, please visit doGood.io.
Patrick Wallace, Public Relations for doGood, (619) 200-7856, email@example.com
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