Joining the Messari Disclosure Registry: what it means for AKRO and the project
The Messari platform strives for standardization of metrics, asset classification, and data for blockchain projects. This means that all projects that have voluntarily decided to join the platform and its Disclosure Registry, make their data and metrics available in an easy-to-read form, for everyone wishing to access it.
Our Disclosure for AKRO and the project can be already found online on the Messari Website. Messari will be updating the disclosure as Akropolis evolves, so you will be able to always find an external source verifying our progress and token.
We also recently held an AMA with Messari team where we shared our development updates, future plans and much more — you can check it here.
What is Messari? Messari’s mission is to promote transparency and smarter decision making in the crypto economy. The company provides curated insights, markets data, and research tools that help investors, regulators, and the general public make sense of this revolutionary new asset class. Participating projects are voluntarily disclosing basic information regarding their token design, supply details, technology audits, official communication channels, and relevant team members, investors, and advisors. These profiles can then be freely accessed industry-wide, providing a reliable, standardized resource to industry participants that is nonexistent today. Such basic data standards can facilitate diligence processes for crypto service providers like exchanges and wallets, retail and professional investors, and regulators alike.