We have some highly-anticipated news coming to our community next week.

It is with great pleasure that we announce several imminent releases coming to Komet next week. Chief among them is our White Paper, which will outline Komet Finance’s roadmap for 2021 and describe our most promising, unique features that we will introduce over the next year.

White Paper release

We will reveal plenty of juicy details on some of our most exciting plans for you! You will find all the necessary information about our operating schedule for 2021 and beyond.

However, please keep in mind that this will be a ‘including, but not limited to’ type of release. There will be some details — on both current and future ideas — that we hold back for the time being in order to protect Komet stakeholders. In an open source world without enforceable patents, one of the greatest assets is the team’s knowledge and innovative ideas. We are well aware of our fiduciary duty to Komet stakeholders and we keep all of you in mind with every action we take. We develop high-quality deliverables for our community and investors, without whom we would not be here today. Therefore, we cannot, in good conscience to our community, let outsiders take those assets away from you.

So in order to protect our intellectual property as much as possible, some of our biggest moonshot ideas will be withheld. But we will certainly be developing them soon.

We look forward to telling you more!

Hmm…what’s hiding underneath there? 🤔

Mobile App article

We want to give our users a comprehensive, engaging one-stop shop to do anything and everything relevant to Komet, from anywhere they may find themselves. You will be able to do everything you need like staking, swapping tokens, participating in governance, and lots of other functions that we will disclose in our White Paper 😉

Gitbook release

New hiring announcement

Thank you

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