Stakes Social is Dev Protocol’s user facing application where OSS projects and patrons connect. OSS projects use Stakes Social to tokenize, obtain patrons, build communities, and incentive stakeholders in order to grow their project. Patrons use Stakes Social to stake the DEV token for OSS projects they support.
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1500+ OSS projects
onboarded to Dev Protocol
The DEV Token
DEV is an inflationary token that is rewarded to patrons and OSS projects for being active participants in the Dev Protocol ecosystem. The Dev Protocol inflation rate for minting is determined by the total amount of DEV staked versus OSS projects onboarded. The result is a sustainable counter-balance system.
Patrons stake DEV tokens for OSS projects they support which mints new DEV tokens for themselves and the OSS project. This is a new way of crowdsourcing knowledge for the value of public goods.
The DEV token will become a governance token that governs the Dev Protocol treasury, the inflation rate, and submitted proposals.
Dev Protocol takes a 5% OSS token fee upon minting that is then sent to the Dev Protocol Treasury which DEV token holders will eventually govern. Meta-Governance capabilities will allow DEV token holders to vote on the underlying portfolio of OSS tokens. Think of it as the world’s first OSS ETF.
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Mayumi Hara is a serial entrepreneur that has been building brands since 2011 in various industries. In 2014, she found that traditional artisans dealing with national treasures were undervalued, which led to her building an ecosystem in which the creator’s value is fairly valued.
Aggre is a programmer who is committed to open internet technology, constantly updating his compatibility with the latest tech stacks and solving everyday challenges with technical ideas. He is building Dev Protocol, believing that crypto is the best way to achieve OSS sustainability while maintaining decentralizability and openness.
Mariko is a project manager with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the financial industry for almost 20 years, leading implementation of a wide variety of financial systems for the largest securities, megabanks and regional banks in japan.
Akira is an enthusiastic blockchain developer, having deep experiences on a major crypto exchange in Japan. He has diverse knowledge with Ethereum, Recommendation engines, and Big Data analysis. Additionally, Akira is a long time OSS committer.
Head of Business Development
Scott brings a multitude of experience from traditional finance to Dev Protocol. Scott has been in the blockchain industry since 2015. He is currently leading business development, strategy, and product.
Hattori is a full stack software engineer mainly specializing in backend development. Previously, he worked with a Japanese startup and crypto exchange. Hattori is an avid OSS developer who has been maintaining various OSS projects for a decade.
Stas is a full-stack designer, a one man band for visual and product design. He is a big fan of Web3 aesthetics and crypto-community ideas. These interests led him to support leading Blockchain projects.
Masako helps the team improve their productivity. She has experience working in government and trade companies and worked with diverse people from all over the world. She always makes sure the team is focused on their work.
Kazuyoshi has over 15 years of development experience and has created many products, from small to large scale projects. In addition to that, he is involved in the technical assistance of developers as an organizer of multiple OSS communities.
Director, Monex Ventures, Inc.
Yo is responsible for investing in the blockchain and crypto space for Monex Group, Inc., the parent company of Monex Ventures. Furthermore, Yo is an advisor to Coincheck, Japan's leading crypto exchange. Yo has extensive knowledge and experience in both traditional financial markets as well as crypto businesses.
Partner & CEO at MIRAISE
Shin is uniquely positioned to support engineer-founders in Japan with his deep technical experience as a former developer as well as his operational experience as CEO of Skype Japan K.K. and as a Partner at Atomico for several years. Shin received his Bachelor's degree from the Keio University in physics. Kauffman Fellow from Class 20.
CEO at HashHub
Junya is CEO at HashHub, a blockchain studio based in Tokyo, Japan. HashHub is a blockchain company. Consultation with Enterprise, Research Institute, and organize crypto communities within Japan and the rest of the world. They have officially partnered with ConsenSys.
Director at Open Innovation Network
Tamio worked as a venture capitalist for five years in the United States and 18 years in Japan. He is currently working as a program officer on venture investment for the Japan Science and Technology Agency and supports many startups.