Mobile wallet (imtoken) for hrc20 tokens

we are exploring a mobile wallet that support hrc20 tokens. this proposal is work in progress, we will keep this post updated.

apply 6/22
start 7/20
amount $25k
users crypto: 1M
category portals: wallets, staking, exchanges
:family_woman_woman_girl_boy: emoji :purse:
name ibriz
x for y imtoken wallet for hrc20
1-liner hrc20 supported mobile wallet with multiwallet support where you can stake, delegate and claim rewards.
bio bijay niraula: elected harmony mainnet validator, strategic advisor to silicon valley startups, exited America 2000, inc., built and sold a startup sub-contracted by Cisco Systems to audit it’s channel partners globally, developing skills among women entrepreneurs in Nepal
town kathmandu, nepal pst +13
:notes: community :watch: shaimo
:innocent: angels :bellhop_bell: MunandarZunaidi
:crossed_swords: captains :aries: jb273
:pick: validators :imp: Blockdaemon :brick::imp: Validator
:woman_technologist: eng harmonauts :blossom: yuriy
:woman_astronaut: biz harmonauts :ocean: nick
current traction
prior grants / engagements mainnet validator
team size 10 (3 executive team, 5 blockchain engineers, 1 project manager, 1 front end engineer)
team cost, time commitment 45 hours/week
social: telegram, twitter 50 twitter, telegram
7-day metric targets
active users 1k
β€” β€”
retention rate 50%
assets $10k
transactions 1k
volume $10k
6-week deliverable / milestone targets
1: testnet
2: demo, ama
3: docs, blog
4: mainnet hrc20 mobile wallet on iOS and Andriod
5: users/assets 500 downloads
6: marketing create 500+ word ibriz article, launch on Product Hunt, post in Hacker News
license MIT / BSD 3-clause or 2-clause license

Harmony Grants are to drive our platform’s mainnet utility :wrench:, decentralized community :family_woman_woman_girl_boy:, and cryptographic innovations :zap: β€” aligned with our 2020 roadmap on cross-border finance :money_with_wings: and auditable privacy :shield:.

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