The interface for tokenized communities

Habitat is a container of tools for micro-economies to interact at scale in a token based environment.

Habitat integrates local currency models, ethereum based cryptocurrencies and community crowdfunding to create a fluid framework for functional decentralised communities. By connecting blockchain projects to broad-reaching visions, Habitat streamlines smart contracts, communication and collaboration, making it easier for zero-knowledge users to get involved in projects they care about.

Festival Habitat
Micronation Habitat
Charity Habitat

Token Launch Syndication: Festival Goers Habitat

Nathalie, an entertainment producer, wants to promote her organization's second annual music festival. She creates a Habitat called Festival Goers and uses the mailing list from last year’s festival to invite users to join. As the Habitat’s curator, Nathalie launches a Festival Goers token and sets a deadline date to raise 10,000 tokens, which will cover the festival’s performance costs. Nathalie incentivizes users to buy tokens by offering them free festival tickets if they buy a certain amount. After the goal is met, Contributors can use the tokens they initially put in as votes that select the festival’s performers. If a performer receives the amount of tokens needed to cover his performance cost, then Nathalie selects him for the festival. By the end of the campaign, 1,100 people received free festival tickets and 16 performers received enough tokens to perform.

  • 1 Work together to fund projects
  • 2 Gain access to behind the scene features
  • 3 Use your token to stake votes within the project

Community Planning: Micronations Habitat

As the concept of building autonomous sea-dwelling communities gains widespread recognition, more people want to know how they can help bring this vision to life. Recognizing that many people want to contribute, but don’t know how, the two leading seasteading proponents create a Seasteaders Habitat to consolidate contributors, investors, and creators into a single digital community. Seasteading advocates use their native Habitat to secure a communal land trust and fund development. With Habitat’s streamlined voting mechanism, contributors can vote on proposals - like whether to first build apartments or a hospital - that help move the project forward. By combining Habitat’s tokenized economic model and community-based voting system, Seasteaders are able to prioritize the tasks that their community believes to be the most crucial.

  • 1 Build a community based on a common vision
  • 2 Contribute to the community to make things happens
  • 3 Connect and communicate about projects with the community members

Charitable Causes: Syrian Aid Committee Habitat

In the wake of one largest refugee crises in world history, it is hard to make sense of the staggering number of Syrian refugees and the tragic stories that haunt them. Those who want to help face a difficult question: How does one effectively allocate limited resources to benefit the most people? In the Syrian Aid Committee Habitat, philanthropists, scholars, activists, and contributors can come together to not only offer, but also implement solutions to this complex question. Ahmed, a renowned expert on the Syrian Refugee Crisis, is the curator of the Syrian Aid Committee. He selects the most promising project proposals to show to Contributors in the Habitat. One of the projects he selects manufactures easy-to-assemble houses that use passive cooling, harvest rainwater, and run on solar panels. The project creator hopes to send 50,000 of these homes to refugee camps in Jordan and Georgia, but first needs help covering the manufacturing and shipping expenses. The project creator works with Ahmed to calculate a cost projection and deadline date. Contributors in the Habitat see this goal and use their Native Tokens to buy tokens specific to this project. The project creator has raised enough tokens by the deadline and is able to manufacture sustainable housing for refugees.

  • 1 Access a relevant user base project
  • 2 Connect with communities of like minded contributors
  • 3 Empower like minded individuals

Find your Habitat or start your own…

Curators

Curators create a Habitat and define its mission. As trusted experts, curators build collaborative communities by selecting promising projects that relate to their Habitat’s mission. They connect these projects to a community of contributors that offers advice, capital, and support to project creators.





Contributors

Contributors join Habitats to get involved with projects they care about. By staking Habitat’s Native Token, contributors become part of a community that offers them the ability to participate in crypto-projects. Contributors can also submit proposals to a Habitat by finding the right Habitat, they submit a project proposal to the Habitat’s curator. Upon the curator’s approval, the creator can use to the Habitat to develop a token model, launch a venture, and access a relevant user base for their project.

Roadmap

Core Team

Jake Vartanian

Founder

Kirstyn McMullan

Co-Founder

Dean Eigenmann

Blockchain & Smart Contract Developer

Amith Nirgunarthy

Content Marketing

Simone Imbrescia

Development

Garrett MacDonald

Blockchain Architect

Tiero

Blockchain Architect

Sacha Bekkevold

Community Manager

Advisors

Valerio Versace

Security/Cloud Advisor

Matt McKibbin

Chief Decentralizer

Evan Caron

Markets Advisor

Micah Spruill

Token Advisor

Brad Mills

FOMOnomic Advisor