CodeHive - Crack the Code, Reap the Rewards! 💰

Please welcome our new member, @elluminaZK! He is a skilled smart contract developer and blockchain expert who will be focusing on blockchain aspects within the app. :technologist::rocket:

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Yes “communicate” I mean spreading the word, what are the ways you plan to use Twitter to promote your project

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There are certain approaches, but the one that align with the type of field this project is touching, are:

NFT incentives for waitlist users.

Being an bounty system it would be “first solve first win” situation for users, Having a first hand knowledge about new bounties is going to be best, That being achieved by twitter.

Later we will be diverting to the YinBox… :slightly_smiling_face: for an centralized place to discuss the bounties.

Still I’m open to new ideas and approaches you think could work, Happy to hear them out :grin:.

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Thank you for the warm welcome…:nerd_face:

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Greetings Tronics! we are excited to share some updates with you all🧑‍💻:
a little sneak peak of what we are building :wink:

  1. Check out our sleek, minimalist landing page – it’s ready!

  2. We’ve also completed the coding workspace page, along with code compilation.

Stay tuned for our project roadmap, coming soon! Don’t forget to follow our Twitter handle for the latest updates. :rocket:

#buildinpublic #codehive

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Damn, the landing page looks sick and also good to see you are updating and contributing everyday. hoping to see more updates from you. :heart:

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Your project so technical for me. How can a user with no coding skill make be use of your project?

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Hello, for the time being we are hoping that the users may have slight prerequisites, like able to sign txns, and know a bit of coding to participate in bounties.
In lay-man’s terminology, This platform is for coding aspirants, who wish to compete in bounties with their skills, and win bounties (specifically target will be “CP”).

well for non tech ppl, there would be so called “journeys” which will take you and guide you how to use app, and further more links to CP problem-video-solution, that will kick start your journey to winning these bounties :moneybag::moneybag:

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Thanks for Kind Words man !:heart:

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@arman you missed my question by half a mile ser, that’s not a good look at all.

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Hi @manfred_jr , apologies for the oversight, we received some responses simultaneously and your question got overlooked.

Regarding your query about penalizing communities or companies for unfair activities affecting developers solving problems, this aspect will be addressed in Phase 2 of our project. Currently, our primary focus is on launching the MVP of Code Hive as soon as possible. Rest assured, the Phase 2 project roadmap will be updated shortly.

For clarity on our project, here’s how it works: Users can post coding problems along with a bounty reward. If a user successfully solves the problem within the specified time frame, they receive the reward. However, if no solution is found, the fees and bounty revert back to the original poster. We’re dedicated to fostering a transparent and equitable environment for all users.

P.S. Thank you for bringing the missed question to our attention. Your feedback and response are greatly appreciated. Additionally, please feel free to share any ideas you may have—we’re open to suggestions!

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For a clearer understanding of our project, we will soon share the architecture diagram illustrating how Code Hive operates. :v:

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Good to see a project that aims to create a comprehensive platform that empowers developers, fosters innovation, and bridges the industry gap.
My question is if the platform will provide a safe and secure space for developers to find freelance work and showcase their services to potential clients.

And what type of reward will you implement to incentivize developers to participate and contribute to the growth of the platform. Will it be financial, recognition, or badge reward?

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Hi @Chizz, thanks for kind words, we really appreciate it :heart:
coming to your question, Code Hive isn’t a freelance platform, and our focus isn’t on providing jobs or connecting developers with clients. Instead, our platform is centered around coding challenges and problem-solving, where developers can participate, showcase their skills, and earn rewards by solving challenges posted by other users.

Regarding incentives, while we don’t provide freelance opportunities, we do have plans to implement NFT/badge rewards for active developers on the platform.

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That’s ok, I get it how we can be so caught up in the mix that we miss the most Integral parts. Moving forward, focusing on launching the MVP of Code Hive is an important step, and addressing community fairness and transparency in Phase 2 demonstrates your commitment to constantly improving the platform.
Makes me wonder, what support methods will be accessible for users who encounter unfair actions or violations of community guidelines?

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Cool idea ! But whats different in codeHive as compared to other bounty solving platforms …

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If communities or individuals posting problems violate any community guidelines, we will implement a reporting system where users can report such violations. Additionally, we will have community groups on Telegram/Discord where users can address their concerns to the support team.

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Thank you for your interest in Code Hive! …

while there are other bounty-solving platforms out there, Code Hive stands out in many ways. Firstly, our platform focuses transparency and fairness. We have an Innovative Idea, where users /Communites can post coding problems along with a bounty reward. If a user successfully solves the problem within the specified time frame, they receive the reward. However, if no solution is found, the fees and bounty revert back to the original poster.

Additionally, We future plans for NFT/badge rewards, creating an engaging environment for developers to showcase their skills and learn from one another.

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Implementing a reporting mechanism and creating community support channels are both excellent ways to address issues and maintain a positive user experience on Code Hive.
Moving forward, how do you plan to prioritize and address reported violations efficiently, considering the potential volume of reports and the need for timely responses?

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Hi @manfred_jr ,

Great question. Firstly, platforms like LeetCode typically only allow admins to post problems with associated test cases, eliminating the need to worry about violations or issues in the problems. However, since Code Hive encourages interactive use, where users can contribute problems, ensuring the accuracy of these user-contributed problems becomes challenging.

Our current workflow involves comparing the user’s input/output with that of the questioner. While this approach works in most cases, there’s a potential for discrepancies if the problem statement itself is incorrect.

To address this issue, we’re planning to implement a report button on the code editor page. This will allow users to flag any problems they believe to be inaccurate or problematic, enabling us to validate the question and remove it if necessary.

We appreciate your feedback, as it helps us identify and address these finer details. Rest assured, we’ll be working on implementing this feature and will notify you once it’s ready.

Thank you again for your input.

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