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Description: CLUXA aims to build an ecosystem that provides an abstraction layer of services, making it easy for anyone to access the Web3 technology stack. Our team understands the importance of making Web3 technologies more accessible and enabling the development of utility applications.
We identified the need for an abstraction layer that reduces the complexity of solutions implementations. We aim to democratize access to these technologies and promote their use in a user-friendly and intuitive manner. Initially, we will provide everyone with easy and transparent utility tools to manage their decentralized data, such as identity, credentials, and miscellaneous digital and tangible assets, leveraging the XRPL blockchain's practical simplicity and low costs. In the next phase, our focus will be on developing utility applications that expand the scope of blockchain technology beyond its current use cases. We will collaborate with partners to explore and develop solutions for decentralized identities and proofs of credentials, citizen STEM, and information distribution. Our essential deliverable milestones include the development and release of CLUXA utility tools, cross-chain functionality, and additional utility applications.
Unique selling points: What makes this token unique, compared to the broader landscape of tokens?
We believe that the issuance of XCL tokens will create a stronger sense of community and encourage more active participation within the ecosystem. By giving our community a say in the project's future direction, we aim to foster a more democratic and decentralized ecosystem that benefits everyone involved.
Purpose: What is the reason for issuing a new token, rather than using an existing? What purpose does this token serve, that is not possible with the native XRP token or other already existing tokens?
To promote participation and democratization within the CLUXA ecosystem, CLUXA team decided to issue 10 million governance tokens under symbol XCL. These tokens will be distributed among early adopters and participants and provide holders with the power to vote on significant changes to the utility applications strategy and new features proposals.
Whitepaper/sales material: https://cluxa.com/whitepaper.html
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Website: https://cluxa.comWebsite information: The website should disclose the following information:
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