Put together a team capable of getting things done
Manage the development of the platform in its early stages
Raise funds to support the early days of Hathor
Guard the pre-mined Hathor Tokens (HTR) of the Hathor Foundation
Hathor Labs raised funds selling equity and pre-mined tokens. As the main network had not been launched at the time, tokens were sold through Simple Agreements for Future Tokens (SAFTs).
We made a seed investment round with Friends & Family and some selected private investors. We raised enough money to keep our company small and running. The funds have been primarily used to support both the development of our technology and the launch of the mainnet.
We are open to investment rounds from global investors looking for both tokens and equity. Let’s grow together!
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Its main objective is to promote and support the Hathor Network platform.
The administration of Hathor Foundation will be carried out by a board composed by the Hathor Labs Founders, strategic advisors, and leaders of the community.
The foundation will act in three different lines:
Maintenance and R&D of the platform
Community management aims to promote Hathor usage across the globe and use cases success. Its main activities are controlling bounties, community rewards, participation in events, promotion of events, management of communication channels and strategic partnerships.
The education promotion line is concerned with bringing the Hathor Network discussion into academic and research spheres. For this purpose, it will fund scholarships and research centers, promote workshops and courses in universities.
Hathor Foundation will keep a full-time team of developers to do maintenance and R&D of the platform. It’s the team’s responsibility to monitor the network, support Exchanges and Miners and do integrations with the ecosystem (hard-wallets, multi-coin wallets, etc.). Also, the area is responsible for researching new technologies and solutions, such as storage usage/dag compression, p2p network improvements, DAG syncing algorithms, conflict resolution, split-brain merging, just to name a few.