Volunteerism and Philanthropy Redefined

DeVo tokenizes the $2.3T philanthropy sector, substantially rewarding token holders and eliminating many inefficiencies, such as the lack of transparency allowing donors to see where their donations are being spent, rewards for philanthropy stakeholders like volunteers, and the ability for stakeholders to intercommunicate in a trustless format.

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DeVo creates a financially incentivizing, transparent, and easy to navigate ecosystem which connects volunteers, volunteer organizations, corporations, donors, people in need, & DAO Founders in a trustless format.

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Problems & Solutions

Current Problems in the Philanthropy Space
Lack of Transparency in Philanthropy

Lack of transparency results in inefficiencies such as donors not knowing where their donations are being spent

Lack of Financial Incentive

Lack of financial incentive for corporations and individuals to participate in Philanthropy sector.

Lack of Communication Between Verified Stakeholders

Philanthropy stakeholders face difficulty connecting to other verified stakeholders. For example, volunteer organizations have difficulty connecting with verified volunteers, and corporations face difficulty locating verified and efficient projects to sponsor.

Problems Solved: The DeVo Ecosystem
Stakeholders are Transparent with a Decentralized Identification

With DID's and NFTs, all activities, from volunteer hours to donation spending are verified and transparently recorded.

The Ecosystem is Continuously Aggressively Earning, Investing, Growing, and Incentivizing Users

DeVo's non-dilutive elastic supply and continuously expanding liquidity pools result in the creation of significant yield. This, coupled with DeVo's extensive token utility, provides attractive and competitive financial incentives for all users.

DeVo's Decentralized Application Provides Trustless Interactions

Stakeholders are verified and their actions are made transparent. All users seamlessly interact with one another via simple UI/UX, provided by the protocol.

Core Components

Decentralized Application:

The decentralized application is the user-friendly platform where all parties interact with one another in a trustless format. These parties are:

  • Volunteers
  • Donors
  • Corporate entities
  • Volunteer organizations, NGOs, or individuals who would like to start a project or need assistance

All parties and projects are verified before being accepted to the network, thus enabling each party to transact with another party with ease. Every verified participant will receive a Decentralized Identifier, which will prove their verification to others and also transparently display their verified actions.

Rebasing Liquidity Pools:

The project has non-dilutive elastic rebasing liquidity pools. 33% of devo tokens are locked in liquidity with 33% of the raised amount These pools produce yield. The liquidity pools are continuously increasing in size and value. The Non-dilutive elastic supply, coupled with increasing size of pools, results in greater yield. Overall, this results in an ecosystem which is aggressively earning, investing, growing, and incentivizing users.

DeVo token and DID:

DeVo's decentralized identifier will record the goodwill actions of each participant and prove they are verified.

DeVo tokens serve multiple functions and will be used to facilitate the entire ecosystem. DeVo token utility include:

  • Governance and ownership - DeVo tokens represent governance and ownership of the entire protocol. DAO token holders will be able to use their devo tokens to vote on issues and initiatives, including growing liquidity pools and future DAO initiatives.
  • Yield - Yield rewards from continuously expanding liquidity pools. Non-dilutive elastic supply results in greater yield while ensuring non-dilution of the community and their voting rights. Results in an evergreen ecosystem aiming to aggressively earn, invest, grow, and incentivize users.
  • Contract interaction fees - Specific user interactions with the ecosystem require contract interaction fees which are paid and invested back into the liquidity pool. The protocol will have millions of transactions, each requiring a transaction fee.
  • DAO Services - Services from the DAO must be acquired with DeVo tokens. Include corporate advertisement & project sponsorship.

  • Ecosystem Architecture & Planning
  • Team Establishment
  • DAO Formation
  • Funding
  • Development & Marketing
  • Special Partner Engagement
  • Smart Contract Dev & Testing
  • Vault & Liquidity Pool Votes
  • Marketing & Exchange Partner Engagement
  • Onboarding Portal Architecture & Development
  • DAO and Community continue to further DeVo's mission via democratic and decentralized processes.
Use Cases

  • Proof of volunteering: Universities, companies, and various other institutions value volunteering. Keep track of your volunteer efforts, achievements, and reputation on the blockchain ledger.
  • Get Rewarded: Get rewarded for your volunteering efforts.
  • Start your own project: Create a VO (Volunteer Organization) for the cause of your choice and apply for funding via DeVo's proposal system and connect with verified donors and corporate entities.
Volunteer Organizations
  • More Funding: Acquire funding directly from the DAO and connect with verified donors and corporations.
  • Find Verified & Qualified Volunteers: Promptly connect with qualified, verified, and experienced volunteers.
  • Retain Volunteers: Lower volunteer turnover rate due to increased rewards and recording of volunteer contribution
  • Transparency: See exactly where donations are being delivered to and spent through verified milestone-based funding.
  • Donate Without Losing Money: Donate staked yield of your donation and maintain control of your principal.
  • Access to verified grassroot projects: Connect with verified volunteer-initiated projects
  • Increased Recognition of Goodwill efforts: All goodwill efforts are displayed on the protocol in a transparent manner
  • Acquire shareholder value-added services: Acquire services from the DAO such as direct consumer advertising.
  • Transparency: See exactly where donations are being delivered to and spent through verified milestone-based funding
DAO Founders/Token Holders
  • Governance, ownership, and Yield: DeVo tokens represent governance and ownership of the entire protocol. DAO token holders will be able to use their devo tokens to vote on issues and initiatives, including quickly expanding, yield generating liquidity pools and future DAO initiatives.
  • Contract interaction fees: Your tokens will be needed in order for stakeholders on the protocol to interact with one another via contract interaction fees. The protocol will have millions of transactions.
  • DAO Services: Your tokens will be needed in order to acquire services, such as corporate advertising.

Adam Manka Decentralized Operator

Leading expert in development, automation, economics, and architecture. Previous CEO of ZAP Protocol. During his tenure, Adam led ZAP Protocol to become the top-performing asset of 2019 ($400,000 to $400,000,000 Market Cap). Previous CEO of the Blockchain Center.

Morten Rongaard Advisor

Pioneer in the fields of blockchain, AR, NFTs, and cryptocurrency. CEO of Reality Gaming Group, aiding global brands, such as BBC, ITV, Sandbox, and Procycling be part of the NFT Movement, in addition to developing innovative products helping traditional web2 companies transition into web3 using their proprietary platform.

Jason Stevens Special Advisor - 12 Butterflies

Prominent Blockchain Philanthropist, founding and facilitating cutting edge initiatives that satisfy UN SDG and tackling ESG challenges via innovation, investments and organized actions. Founder of 12 Butterflies, SDG/Web3 Consultancy & Ethica, first licensed exchange providing a platform for socially and environmentally conscious to earn & support causes with digital assets.

Fred Meyer CTO

20 years+ full stack development experience and several CTO and Project Manager positions. Founder of Vizuality Studios, raised $1.2M seed fund in 2014, founder of AKA Exchange - changing the way business consume data with web3. Founding member of Mellifex - web3 public escrows and investment management DApp.

Isaac Wilson Advisor

Project management, operations, and community growth expert. Whether leading complex projects at the Bitcoin Center or operations at Layer 3 Technologies, Isaac has and continues to drive a diverse set of cryptocurrency and blockchain projects to success.

Dr. James Gibson Chief Strategy Officer

CEO of PMO Solutions Inc. Doctorate in Business Administration – Project Management, Graduate with Distinction. Doctoral Dissertation on "The Lack of Adoption of Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrency Applications by ERP Professional Services Firms" has filled many gaps in published academic literature.

Hamdee Khader Co-Founder

JD/MBA from the University of North Carolina. Graduated summa cum laude from North Carolina State University and has experience working at leading Fortune 500 companies including Citrix, MetLife, and NextEra Energy.

Ibrahim Khader Co-Founder

Computer and electrical engineering graduate from North Carolina State University. Accomplished entrepreneur in numerous industries including healthcare, hospitality, and real estate. Co-Founder of Angels of Medical Care in Dubai, UAE.

More Information

Token Supply: 600,000,000 DeVo
Supply Mechanism: Elastic

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