🐋 TELEGRAM AMA: Im Community & Samari Finance 🐋
⏰ AMA Timing : 1 June 2021 l 12:00 PM UTC l 19:00 GMT+7
Venue For AMA : https://t.me/imcommunityitw

🎁 Reward Pool 100USDT
Bà Tân | :
Welcome @samarifinance_dev from Samari Finance.

Bà Tân | : Welcome everyone. Today Im Community will host AMA with Samari Finance.

Bà Tân | : Today our guest is: @samarifinance_dev from Samari Finance.

Bà Tân | : Please introduce yourself a bit: @samarifinance_dev

Kristian : Hey :) I’m Kristian and from Denmark, and a part of the development team at t.me/SamariFinance together with @thebatiscoming

Ive been a crypto enthusiast since 2012, and believe we are still in the early stages of what crypto can give the world.

Bà Tân | : Thanks for the introduction @samarifinance_dev.

Bà Tân | : Today’s AMA will have 3 sessions

Sessions 1: The chat will be muted & the team will introduce themselves then we will ask some introduction questions to the team Samari Finance

Sessions 2: We will pick 5 Best Question from our members on Our Tweet (https://twitter.com/IM_Communityitw/status/1399415988634865665).

Sessions 3: The conversation will open to the community questions and the 5 best questions will be selected.

Bà Tân | : Rules to follow AMA : ⤵️

▫️ Join : Telegram group Samari Finance (https://t.me/SamariFinance) , Samari Finance — Announcements & Polls (https://t.me/SamariAnnouncements) and IM Community (https://t.me/imcommunityitw) , Channel Im community

(https://t.me/imcommunityit)▫️Follow: Twitter Samari Finance (https://twitter.com/SamariFinance) and IM Community (https://twitter.com/IM_Communityitw)

Web & Community:


Bà Tân | : Those who haven’t joined @SamariFinance group will not be eligible for AMA rewards, make sure you did.

Bà Tân | : Start session 1 AMA @samarifinance_dev

Kristian : First we created Akita Inu as a team of 3, but we were forced to halt trading after an error in our contract was discovered, causing the liquidity pool not to be sufficiently funded. To earn back trust from our community, we were transparent about everything and gave all Akita holders the equivalent amount of Samari tokens. We used this as an opportunity to re-brand, restructure and expand the project team. Our two additional team members came from the community of Akita, and despite the error, still believed in the development team. They offered connections in both marketing and development, and we agreed on a shared partnership.

Bà Tân | : Question1. So, firstly Can you guys introduce yourself and also please tell us how did the name Samari Finance came into being for this project?

Kristian : Our name comes from the tales of the ‘Good Samaritan’, which depicts that despite our differences, it’s our obligation to help those in need.

Bà Tân | : Question2. Why did Samari Finance choose to build on Binance Smart Chain (BSC)? What is the competitive advantage of the Samari Finance project?

Kristian : Due to Ethereum’s current gas costs, and the surge in popularity of BSC, we believed initially starting on BSC was the better option for us, both in terms of reach and cost of operations. We have planned ahead in our new contract, which is suitable for migrations both to newer protocols such as if PancakeSwap V3 is released, or another Solidity based network. When ETH2.0 becomes a part of the main chain, we might migrate, due to the centralized nature of BSC, or maybe even an entirely different network, depending on how they advance.

Bà Tân | : Question3. From an investment perspective, how beneficial is Samari Finance for long-term $SAMA token holders?

Kristian : At the day of the BTC 30k crash, we had actually planned to start a 10 day campaign with Mo Syed, video editor for KSI. We decided to halt that perspective of marketing while we wait for the market to stabilize. We are using the current market situation to develop further features, thereby creating more usability and utility, so when the market goes upwards, we have a stronger foothold. We are coupling this with planned exciting events intertwined with our community. We hope this opportunity can give us additional funding through our marketing fee, as well as create new connections with other influencers who want to get on board.

Bà Tân | : Question4. What is Samari Finance gunning for further in 2021?

Kristian : — Website redesign 2.0

- Establish partnerships with community suggested charities, who are preferably not of larger size, but rather small. We take this route, because we feel our impact is both more visible and direct. We want to use this as an opportunity to promote the use of crypto.

- Integrate weighted voting, so holders can use their tokens to vote for Samari partnered charities on a weekly/monthly basis, funded by the charity contract.

- Marketing campaign, first Mo Syed, then bigger influencers as well.

- CoinGecko/Trustwallet/CMC to make our token more easily available.

- Launchpad — specifics coming at a later date.

Bà Tân | : End of session 1

Bà Tân | : We will move on to session 2

Bà Tân | : Sessions 2: We will pick 5 Best Question from our members on Our Tweet (https://twitter.com/IM_Communityitw/status/1399415988634865665).

Bà Tân | : Question1. @HiImGolden2

(https://twitter.com/HiImGolden2)How do you plan to spread awareness about your project in different countries/regions where English is not spoken well? Do you have local communities for them to let them better understand about your project?

Kristian : Our core team of 5 are from Denmark and the UK with some ties to India, however we have acquired additional manpower, and we now both have South and North American representatives, who also have ties to Russia and the middle east. We are however in great need of a better reach in specifically South East Asia, which is why we are here today with you Vietnamese people 🇻🇳 Our charities are selected such that the community recommends, and we try to work out a solution to support their local causes.

Bà Tân | : Question2.@ysasoma

(https://twitter.com/ysasoma)I read that Samari Finance started as the Akita Inu project and in this last one they discovered an error in the smart contract, so they were forced to stop all the operations of the project, so how will they manage to gain the trust of the community after being involved in this?

Kristian : None of the holders of Akita Inu lost any money. They were all given an equal amount of tokens of Samari. We didn’t abandon Akita Inu because we were forced to, but because we wanted to make sure that the project can sustain in the future, since the smart contract had a small mistake(it was nothing major). We were fully transparent with everything that happened and didn’t run away, like a lot of people might have done.

Bà Tân | : Question3. @sheikhsadi380

(https://twitter.com/sheikhsadi380)At the moment , where you are focusing right now ? building and developing product or getting customers and users, or partnerships ? Could you share it?

Kristian : At the moment we are mostly focusing on developing our product and getting things like a legal entity up and running. On the outside it probably doesn’t look like there is much work, but there actually are a lot of things to consider.

We already have a deal with Mo Syed and are in the talks with some other big influencers, however we aren’t able to share more specific details about this for now.

We have developed some homemade competitions for our community, which will be a part of the campaign to attract awareness about the project.

Bà Tân | : Question4. @RahatAhmed707

(https://twitter.com/RahatAhmed707)Do you agree that the power of the community will drive your project to global growth? What are your strategies for building a large and strong community?

Kristian : Our community is what keeps us working on the project. We include the community in almost all major decisions and get help from the community on a daily basis.

Bà Tân | : Question5.@Tridu11

(https://twitter.com/Tridu11)How do you PLAN to generate revenue to maintain the TEAM and PROJECT to enable a long-lasting PLATFORM?

Kristian : Is your platform suitable for Crypto beginners? Or does it only appeal to professional users?

Our marketing fee enable us to have sustainable funding for larger marketing, and with increased value in our token, we will have bigger and better marketing.

On the development side, the only thing it costs us at the moment is time 😁 Developers do however have funding secured through a 4% of total supply for each team member, however we have not sold a single one of these, as they are locked.

Bà Tân | : End of session 2

Bà Tân | : We’ll move on to session 3

Bà Tân | : Sessions 3: The conversation will open to the community questions and the best questions will be selected.

Bà Tân | : Rules to follow AMA : ⤵️

▫️ Join : Telegram group Samari Finance (https://t.me/SamariFinance) , Samari Finance — Announcements & Polls (https://t.me/SamariAnnouncements) and IM Community (https://t.me/imcommunityitw) , Channel Im community

(https://t.me/imcommunityit)▫️Follow: Twitter Samari Finance (https://twitter.com/SamariFinance) and IM Community (https://twitter.com/IM_Communityitw)

Web & Community:


Bà Tân | : Those who haven’t joined @SamariFinance group will not be eligible for AMA rewards, make sure you did.

Bà Tân | : Great.

Bà Tân | : Thanks for the questions from the community.

Bà Tân | : @samarifinance_dev Pick the 5 best questions and answer it for session 3.

Q1. If a creator wants to start a project, what kind of documentation will they need to provide? Is it really possible to raise funds from the community from any country once the platform goes live? Or will there still be some limitations?

Kristian : Doxxing, LP locked, ownership renouncement and Smart Contract audit performed by us will be the main requirements. Nationality does not matter, as long as it’s legal in your country to create a token.

Q2. 1.Crypto market is still not out of the woods.

2.every day new kinds of FUDS.

3.government is cracking down on crypto

4.The market is cropped up with zillion of shitcoins — No utility No future ahead

==> So my question is how the legit Your project like keep motivated itself and what keeps you going amidst of all the negative news? @samarifinance_dev

Kristian : We have been in the scene for many years, and have lived through market ups and downs. Yet, we are still here, because we still see a future in which crypto can help make the world better and more decentralized.

Q3. Can you list 1–3 killer features of Your Project that makes it ahead of its competitors? What is the competitive advantage your platform has that you feel most confident about?

Kristian : Eco-friendliness, environmental impact, animal welfare and human rights are all subjects which attract more and more people on a daily basis. This is why we believe we can surpass our competition by supplying transparency in how money moves around in an organization, regardless of their size.

Often larger charity organizations, the actual person donating has little to no influence in how the money is spent. This is what we want to combat with out weighted voting contract, so donators are ensured a vote in how their donated funds are allocated.

Being sustainable is becoming a better and better marketing standpoint these days, and we see it increasing further.

While being just a charity token is a noble cause, we do not think this is sufficient to continuously run a token. You have to provide incentive for people to prefer your project specifically.

Q4. How do you plan to show the world that your product is more than just a useless blockchain solution to a problem that doesn’t exist?

Kristian : 3 of our team is doxxed, the remaining 2 are willing at some point, but they have conflict of interests due to their other works.

Q5. The most important thing about a project is Support from community members. Most projects have programs that their users interact with. With this do you have a plan to attract users and expand your dedicated donation community and improve the user experience?

Kristian : Our community is what keeps us afloat, and even through tough Akita times, they held strong. We will soon be hosting invite competitions on our Telegram, where the people with most invites will be rewarded $SAMA or $BNB after their liking. This will also be coupled with twitter posts, which a random winner will be selected from. We want to the invite competition on a regular schedule, to continuously reward the community for their belief in us. Beside this, we are also planning additional contests which resolve around the community 😊

Voting for charities will in the future be a core part of our website as well

This is also possible to be coupled with an app, which can remind you about new charity votes, as well as community events

Kristian : I thank you all for your time, I will be hanging out in the chat afterwards to answer your questions, if some of you understand/ are willing to translate English.

Bà Tân | : Thanks for the useful information from @samarifinance_dev

Bà Tân | : End of session 3

Bà Tân | : For questions that have not been answered today, you can send them to @SamariFinance for answers.

Bà Tân | : Allright, I declare the Im Community AMA with Samari Finance has ended.

Thanks to @samarifinance_dev | Samari Finance joined us and provided us with Samari Finance information, we hope that this knowledge makes us understand more about https://samari.finance/

To the members, thank you for following this event to the end. winners will be announced soon.

Bà Tân | : Today’s AMA winners please PM @quocnguyen1234 to provide reward information. Thanks everyone .

Ahrix : Thanks @samarifinance_dev for joining the AMA today. Have a good day.

Kristian : You too! 🇻🇳 🇩🇰

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