Decentralized Freelancing Platform DeeLance Raises $1.7 Million in Funding – 24 Hour Countdown Begins
Today, DeeLance, a decentralized freelance platform designed to rival established names like Fiverr and Upwork, will reach the end of its highly successful presale, which has so far raised $1.7 million.
Following the presale, which ends at 23:00 UTC, the platform's native currency $DLANCE will exclusively be accessible through cryptocurrency exchanges, possibly with a higher price tag.
DeeLance, determined to create a crypto and NFT-driven metaverse, is a platform dedicated to freelancers and employers within the crypto freelance domain. With a vision to shift the dynamics of remote work, DeeLance is on a mission to impact the hefty $761 billion recruitment sector.
Presale Success Unleashes a New Challenger
The company successfully completed four rounds of its Initial DEX Offering (IDO) on several platforms, raising funds as follows:
Post-presale, the $DLANCE token is projected to be listed across major exchanges at $0.057, almost 20% above the presale price of $0.48.
In addition, DeeLance has announced a massive $100K $DLANCE token giveaway competition, where four investors possessing a minimum of $100 in $DLANCE tokens stand a chance to win if they fulfill eleven specified tasks.
Freelance Platforms Under Siege – DeeLance Offers a New Alternative
Built on the principles of decentralization and transparency, DeeLance is set to challenge the supremacy of intermediary freelance platforms such as Fiverr and Upwork. Its envisioned metaverse is a work-focused digital space on the blockchain that proposes lower fees than existing dominant web2 freelance platforms.
A unique aspect of DeeLance's strategy is the transformation of freelance work products into NFTs, a move that seeks to secure the trustworthy transfer of work ownership. This approach effectively addresses critical challenges like copyright infringement and payment fraud prevalent in the freelancing sector. Additionally, it offers a high level of security and assurance to all participants.
Unlike many existing freelance platforms that take a significant chunk of a freelancer's earnings and are complicated to register, DeeLance is committed to providing a highly accessible platform with low fees.
Registration requires no browser plugins, third-party apps, or credit card details. Payments are swift, and secured through crypto, and an escrow system and smart contracts ensure transparency and security.
DeeLance Gains Traction on Social Media
In recent weeks, DeeLance's visibility on social media platforms has surged as awareness about the project's intentions and vision to transform freelance and remote working grows. The official X account has amassed 48,000 followers, while its Telegram and Discord channels have reached over 75,000 and 10,000 members respectively.
DeeLance has actively interacted with various crypto communities, hosting multiple Ask Me Anything (AMA) sessions across platforms like Hulks, Gems Calls, Coinsniper, ICO Speakers, BSC news, Binance Live, and Whale Coin Talk.
Cryptocurrency analysts have expressed high expectations for $DLANCE's performance in the upcoming year. UK-based crypto presale analyst, Jacob Crypto Bury, believes DeeLance holds "massive potential", while Crypto Gains foresees a 20x potential for $DLANCE.
For credibility, DeeLance has undergone audits and received certification from SolidProof and Coinsuls. The team behind DeeLance has passed the KYC (Know Your Customer) checks, and the platform has also secured a pre-ICO listing on CoinMarketCap.
As the DeeLance presale winds down, it foreshadows the next phase of this ambitious freelance crypto project. A new era of decentralized freelancing awaits, and it will be interesting to see how DeeLance carves its niche post-presale. This could fuel a significant transformation in freelance platforms' operations, marking a shift towards decentralization and transparency in this rapidly evolving sector.
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