What was the scope of their involvement?
We explained our business and goas with the ICO. We then dove deeper into the details of what our current specifics were for our ICO. Their expertise and offerings were expanding further than our approach, and we discussed how it can be handled with blockchain as a whole. The team taught us their methodology, what they considered feasible, and industry best practices.
Next, we requested business logic that would be implemented in the blockchain on top of the ICO. Currently, we have deployed our smart contracts regarding the ICO and the crowdsales; those are operational. We’re already in private sale and the public sale starts in September 2018. LimeChain had also developed the proof of concept (POC) logic, which we’ll leverage for the business logic after the ICO. In July 2018, we stopped active development and had POCs waiting while LimeChain built integrations.
What is the team composition?
We’ve been in contact with George (Blockchain Developer & Chief of Delivery, LimeChain) and Nick (Founder & CEO, LimeChain). They assigned a senior developer and junior developer to our project. We’ve had to up to four developers working in pairs at any given time.
How did you come to work with LimeChain?
We got a referral from a mutual acquaintance and reached out to LimeChain because they were local.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working together in February 2018 and the partnership is ongoing.