QnADot is an MCQ-type question-answer platform designed for substrate-based blockchains. The platform was created by the Describedot team to act as a platform for their community and the Dotsama community at large. This development includes the creation of the platform along with social integrations. Here are a few features of the platform:
Questions as first-class members, users can follow, react to, upvote, and downvote questions. Polls are also a type of question.
Gamification - Earning points and badges based activities in the app, for eg: referrals, profile info, asking and answering questions etc.
Leaderboards - Users can rank on the leaders' list for a particular category.
Universal Search - Search works across all questions, answers, categories, tags, groups, comments etc. (https://www.qnadot.com/search/)
Tags - Questions can be tagged and users can follow those tags to get notified about questions using those tags.
Groups - Users can create groups to talk about any questions.
Moderation - Users can report malicious or dangerous members.
You can visit the website here: QnADot
This tip includes the following items, which I have been following with the team:
Creating stuff design, code setting, server setup, etc: USD 12,000.
Contextual info sync from Polkassembly
We are seeing a lot of growth for this platform, in fact, we have over 100 users on the platform right now, and growing at a good pace. Here are some numbers to look at.
I would like to request the honorable council members to support this effort: we need to get more users in the community and building a QnA kind of platform would help newbies navigate the ecosystem without too many difficulties.
Thank you to the Describedot team for the hard work.
QnADot is a question-answer platform for blockchain users. It was created by Describedot team for their community and Dotsama community. Users can ask and answer questions, upvote and downvote questions, and participate in polls. They can also earn points and badges for their activities on the platform. The platform has a universal search feature and users can follow tags to get notified about questions using those tags. Users can create groups to discuss questions and report malicious members. The platform also has Telegram and Twitter integrations. The team has spent $12,000 on creating and maintaining the platform. The platform has over 100 users and is growing. It helps newbies navigate the blockchain ecosystem easily.
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