As part of our initiative to increase visibility for Incognito, we wanted to update what we show to the world.
Visit the new website: incognito.org.
Have a look and let us know your thoughts. Does it represent what Incognito is? Is the vision clear? Will it encourage visitors to dive deeper?
A quick overview:
The website is structured around the 3 dev and growth focuses outlined in the 2022 roadmap.
1. Markets. Incognito is the privacy marketplace for every cryptocurrency: the meeting place for any blockchain to trade and hold assets anonymously.
2. Apps. Incognito is the (permissionless) privacy app store of the decentralized web: any developer on any chain with smart contract support can enable privacy for their dApp.
3. Infrastructure. Incognito is unstoppable privacy infrastructure for web3: built for privacy at scale, powered by thousands of privacy-minded validators.
Obviously, all this is just the core team’s interpretation of what the project is. We’d really like to hear from you:
What do you think?
1. Should we (re)introduce the pCoin concept? (pBTC, pETH), etc.
It is more explanatory of what actually happens when a coin is shielded, and establishes the pCoin as a privacy mirror with its own thriving markets. However, it was originally removed for user-friendliness, which is of course is still a valid goal.
if we keep the pCoin concept on the site…
2. Should we put pCoins back in the app?
So instead of trading ETH <> BTC, they’d be trading pETH <> pBTC, for example. They’d also see pUSDT in their assets, instead of USDT. By highlighting pCoins, we’d be drawing attention to the process by which coins ‘become’ pCoins (and vice versa). So maybe we’d have to separate the app actions -
Out-network: deposit/shield USDT to mint pUSDT, burn pUSDT to release USDT to your public address
In-network: send and receive pUSDT between incognito addresses.
Is that a bit too complex for a new user to grasp? Is it necessary for them to?
3. Is there anything we missed? We’d love to hear what you would highlight about the project.
4. Is there anything that could be potentially misleading or problematic? Put on your best devil’s advocate hat!
All suggestions, questions, ideas etc. are welcome.
Let us know what you think about the new incognito.org.