If you’ve been a reader of our blog, you’ll notice a common theme in a lot of our posts: Change. Whether it’s related to the company, the culture, the product, we’ve had to adapt along the way in a number of facets. Given we’re an early stage start up in the cryptocurrency space, things tend […]
From the very beginning we wanted to take a different approach to how we see support. Often times the focus on early stage start ups is acquisition. Get as many users as possible on the site and focus all efforts there. As a byproduct, supporting those users once they’re on the platform gets less time […]
We felt it looked amazing. The data does not care about our feelings. We test lots of things at our startup, from new product features and new dashboard feeds to engaging email content.
What is it about crypto that entices the masses? What is it about listening to anything that Andreas Antonopoulos shares that speaks so deeply to so many of us? Or an epic, long-form blog post that completely up-ends your financial worldview and utterly blows your mind?
Building working, usable software isn’t as hard as it used to be, especially considering the ample resources that are readily available online for the eager, curious, and seriously motivated.
When we first launched our private beta to a select group of folks in October of last year we didn’t originally launch with Chat – we had yet to build it out and we weren’t entirely sure how to best implement this feature within the context of our unique community.
If you’ve been following us for some time then you already know that we’ve iterated on our landing page a handful of times already! Here are the previous versions that we’ve used in the past:
With the recent release of Bronze Chicken we’ve been able to take a bit of a step back and start thinking holistically about every part of the product, from the front-end design to the fundamental architecture upon which we build. Nothing is sacred, especially in early-stage software companies!
We’re excited to announce our latest update and patch to our Private Beta is now live (using this name generator as inspiration)!
We’re all guilty of doing or saying something online that we eventually regret. Unfortunately, I may have more than my fair share of those! To make it even worse is the fact that there isn’t much you can do about it, effectively and technically – the internet has you (and your bad behavior) forever!