ZZZ enters into strategic partnership with American Horror
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Open source software projects rely on strong communities of developers and enthusiastic advocates to deliver product or service innovations and stimulate market demand. It is so not only for centrally-driven projects but also for community-centric projects such as ZZZ. This means that project creators often have to ensure a delicate balance is maintained in order not to undercut the needs of user communities in favour of driving ecosystem token sales. Otherwise projects will face user adoption challenges and consequential negative brand associations. On the other hand, a lack of focus on sustainable business models or viable token economics can spell doom for a project before it even takes off.
Recognising the value of project ecosystem participants is critical to the implementation of an effective community building strategy. This means that our community building approach should cater to engineers, developers, potential investors or customers to have a higher chance of yielding the desired network effects.
The ZZZ community is dedicated to creating a bigger and better ecosystem to benefit the whole world. And since partnerships are the building blocks and the bloodline of any productive industry, when entering into partnerships, we consider projects that can help our ecosystem grow, and that compel us to be stronger and more successful.
Our recent partnership with American Horror is aligned with our community building strategy which focuses on converting speculators into productive users and builders while also promoting a unified long-term vision of the project in line with the communities’ values. American Horror Finance (AHF) has a goal to combat fraud and scams. As this ecosystem grows, holders of the AHF token will also benefit by getting perks from different projects such as ZZZ. For more about how the AHF ecosystem works, visit the website and join the Telegram channel.
Full details of the scope of the partnership and the areas of collaboration to be published soon so stay tuned!