THE OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF GAIMIN.IO VOL. 1, NO. 1 | JANUARY 2019 Part 5
MONETIZATION FOR GAMERS
GAIMIN THE JOURNEY SO FAR …. By Martin, Clive, Andrew, Calvin, Rob & Buki
An insight into our adventures navigating through the storms while building a solid foundation for the success of Gaimin.
We at Gaimin.io, have learned to trust in processes. We have taken action in a big way.
Potential investors might do well to sit up and take note now.
2018 WAS AN INTERESTING RIDE. 2019 SHOULD MAKE IT LOOK TAME.
SUMMARY AND A PEAK INTO AN EXCITING 2019
It all began to come together in 2018. Foundations laid and designs start to become reality.
We have the right products and services, right teams, and right backers and advisors.
2019 will be about measured progress, walking then running, ﬁnalising the software, launching the ﬁrst version of the actual platform itself and rolling out our services. We can grow organically on the one hand, on the other, we have robust structures in place to develop more quickly and yet securely upon injection of additional funds.
And in case you were wondering why and whether this might be a good sector to invest in, or not… please read this article.
“2019 will be about measured progress”
Objectives were to verify the business viability, establish foundation (team, legals, advisors) business set up and presence, raise initial “family and friends” funding, produce alpha software and verify with alpha testers. Verify marketplace need and acceptance
Objectives are to update our presence based on 2018 lessons; fundraising, software FRDs (Functional Requirement Documents), software beta phase, Alicante base for software developers.
Objectives are to have the software attain the MVP level, marketing channel KPIs, VC investable (users, revenue etc.), fundraising, build presence to prepare for TGE.
Our objectives are for the “Oﬃcial” MVP launch, TGE fundraising, listing on exchanges, community focus.
Our objectives are to achieve advanced funding for scaling, expand operations, full public launch.
“2019 should make 2018 look tame”