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Core DAO contributor, Halborn lauded community during an interview with blockchain-based cybersecurity company

Halborn, a Core DAO contributor, lauded the organization’s community in a recent interview with a leading blockchain-based cybersecurity company.

On January 17, Brendon Sedo, a Core DAO contributor, spoke on a range of subjects pertaining to the growth of Core DAO in the cryptocurrency industry. The history of Core DAO, the rollout of the mainnet, the Satoshi Plus mechanism, and other subjects were covered. The ardent advocate of the blockchain that is EVM-compatible also took some time to praise the community’s deeds.

Our community is awesome. In fact, they are probably commenting on every post you have. They are excited about this launch. Most folks in crypto think about technology and innovations,” Brendon said. “But it doesn’t matter if you don’t have a community that believes in it.”

The development of Core DAO has been greatly aided by the community. Regardless of technology, communities can advance any project, according to Brendon.

Growing the community has been a priority for Core DAO. Before the mainnet debut, the protocol attracted lots of users by utilizing the Satoshi Application. In order for Core DAO to succeed, the mobile application that qualifies consumers for the airdrop is a game-changer.

In addition to the impending airdrop, there are many incoming exchange listings, therefore we anticipate that community support will increase.

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Written by T.I Ukende

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