Welcome to Radical Transparency
If you can’t trust, don’t invest.
That’s our motto. To support our goal of building the most trusted community in the industry,Waddle CST is changing how transparency is measured in the crypto space.
•Our Development Team will be fully doxxed before launch
•Each member of the Community-Dev team may decide their Dox Status– to each their own
•The Development team will hold an AMA each Sunday
•Can’t make it Sunday? Ask your questions on Friday night at our Burn or Win Happy Hours.
•Every local support pool, every wallet and every dollar spent is posted on a regular schedule
•We’ll make mistakes, but we’ll be transparent about it. We can’t guarantee our marketing choices will be home runs each time, but our marketing wallets will be transparent so that the community can see how we spend and how much it helped the project.
•One of our many Community-Dev roles is the Head of Transparency and Visibility. Their sole purpose is to provide visibility into operations and keep us all honest.
•Straight talk that’s cordial and real. Good news or bad news, we won't hide. We will lay it out as is, so that our community can make the best educated decisions around their investments.
Supporting a Healthy team – Say Hi to Community-Dev
Because so many hopeful cryptocurrency projects are abandoned by burned-out developers, we’ve thought long and hard about how to set Waddle CST up for success as a long-term project.
That means we need a solid team of developers sharing the workload right from the start. This will ensure that developers have time to rest and lead with fresh, clear minds.
In addition to the core team of developers, up to 32 members of the community will also become part of the team before, during and after launch to help drive the project forward.
1% of every sell transaction will go to the Community-Dev CSP to compensate Community-Developers every week for their time and effort.
0.5% of every sell transaction will go to the Community-Dev Wallet CSP, where Community-Dev dictates how funds are spent on marketing initiatives