Now that GA is approaching (Well, I hope, anyway) we have to start looking forwards to the marketing of Nash as well. I’m very curious what the growth engineer is doing, since we have not heard about this much yet, and what the employees responsible for marketing are doing.
I just really hope the marketing will be powerful and persuasive to get people to try Nash. The lottery didn’t turn out to be great and don’t think it will a second time, so I do hope that is not planned.
The main problem is that in crypto space you win if you have better marketing instead of better tech. This is quite obvious looking at the coins from Justin Sun, the binance launchpad hype, the central exchanges where for some reason everyone is fine with holding their assets, even after all the hacks and other shady things happening.
My fear is that Nash will not be able to get a foothold in this space, simply because users wont be interested enough or see enough importance in Nash.
Made this topic as a primary concern to discuss that I have about the project and therefore my investment in NEX. My other concern being that competition isn’t standing still, and is always improving and building for the future (and future regulation) as well.
Will nash be in time to get a foothold in this space, and/or have enough marketing to persuade users to give Nash a try and stick around?