Neighbourhoods Profile (NHT)
Project Safety Score
Sat, Jan 15, 2022 8:26 AM
On the legacy web, platforms reign. They dictate who we engage with, what we can discover, and how we're known. On the early-stage distributed web, tons of little features and functionalities are disconnected and difficult to use. Neighbourhoods is a social organizing principle for the distributed web. Bundle totally interoperable, generic tools in our marketplace. Then, pair these with intentional culture design suited to your community. Determine entry and exit rules, how engagement operates in the neighbourhood, and which other neighbourhoods you want to be able to share data with. Using Neighbourhoods, individuals move about the dWeb more freely, with peer-validated data in tow, and groups can scale organically without their activities mediated and monetized by platform owners. The Neighbourhoods Token (NHT) serves as the on-ramp into, and out of, the low-code marketplace that communities use to build their micro-networks.
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Neighbourhoods Smart contracts and audits.
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Neighbourhoods is a part of the following ecosystems.
Neighbourhoods Project Statement
Project statements are provided by senior members of the project team and serve to tell the reader why the project has honorable intentions and why is definitely not a scam.
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Neighbourhoods is unmonitored.
We are unable to provide a full report and score for this project due to its status.
But you should consider this project as HIGH RISK.
Projects are unmonitored when were do not have enough data to track them.
Unlike delisted or inactive projects unmonitored projects never had enough data to start with.
These are often early projects that have not picked up traction yet.
Red flags come in all shapes and sizes
At the end of the day a cryptocurrency project requires you to part with your hard earned cash in order for it to become succesful.
You expect a level of transparency and professionalism from a project that is asking for your money.
There are all sorts of red flags which you should be weary of;
- 404 (missing) websites
- Expired SSL certs
- Malware/Hijacked sites
- Suspended Twitter accounts
- Private Subreddits
- SEC investiations
If you spot anything suspicious/resolved then please let us know.
Neighbourhoods Red flags
No red flags
No red flags have been identified. That doesnt mean its a 100% safe project, it just means that no red flags have been brought to our attention.