The LGBT Foundation is a decent crypto project, technology-wise, but I don't understand why the gay community tries to segregate itself in such a way. No one is discriminating against them or trying to deny access to crypto-related services. So, why try and develop something that has a plethora of good functional alternatives? Is it just to create a closed community, the members of which could exchange tokens? I don't see any potential in that. The only viable feature of this platform is LGBT Impact, which might be of real help to the oppressed members of that community.
tryBetter August 26, 2019 Reply
I don’t mind having the blockchain ecosystem and the token that serves the needs of this particular community, but as I see it, the core message behind this project is that gay people want to separate themselves from others to the extent that they need their own blockchain-based financial network. Basically, there is nothing extraordinary about this project from a technical standpoint. It is just a common blockchain solution, only colored in pink.
Darcey July 28, 2019 Reply
The project also does not have a particularly brilliant team, not did it present a functioning prototype or MVP, which caused many to criticise and question it further.
Shelley July 19, 2019 Reply
The LGBT Foundation project received a lot of criticism and rather poor reviews as of yet. Many pointed out that there are already universal coins such as Bitcoin itself, which can be used by anyone, from anywhere, at any time, and for any purpose. To them, creating an LGBT-specific token would do more harm than good, as it would only serve to separate the LGBT community further.
Kira July 19, 2019 Reply
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