disBalancer held an AMA community session on 8 April 2022. The team was asked about its operations during the cyberwar, B2B product launch, and new opportunities provided by a raised number of newcomers who run Liberator. We are delighted to answer your questions and keep in close touch with you. You can find the text version of the AMA below. Many thanks to everyone who joined this AMA and show interest in disBalancer! More updates and announcements are coming!
We’re often updating Liberator, which could be used by disBalancer B2B operations easily. The Dev team has upgraded Go-client (which could be used on any platform), added more methods, and improved performance. Now we’re enhancing stat calculating and monitoring with upgrade methods. Once it finishes, we could start performing stress/load testing for business purposes.
Yes, further changes in tokenomics will be, and some new utilities too. We did more than planned in a short time. We are now looking for new features for our solution with more utilities for business and the army.
At this moment, we are not using blockchain technology in the Liberator app. Stress testing as a cybersecurity service doesn’t require blockchain. But we are a DDOS token-powered project aimed to receive payments and implement a reward system with $DDOS.
We are going back to our daily operations as soon as possible, and it won’t be affected by the war. The team now works on the application improvements and disBalancer business perspectives and research. So don’t worry: we partly exceeded the disBalancer roadmap, and it means we are only moving on.
That would be great! We are looking forward to making such a product someday. But now, it is not scheduled. We are aiming to make perfect what we are currently developing.
We are working on some issues with the correct calculation of users’ performance to implement a reward system.
Before we launch disBalancer with rewards by DDoS usage, we need to maintain monitoring and metrics to have a system analysis on how many rewards each user should receive (some computers give more performance/some less).
Now we see the solidarity of our Ukrainian team and the help of our foreign friends. All the guys now help on a volunteer basis. But to attract a new and larger audience, we will promote and send gifts to users. You can see more about this later in the announcements.
Scan all Russian subnetworks and DDoS on them? 🙂 It requires detecting ISP servers and making huge loads (as I saw one DDoSer with 3TB/s speed, this is enough to kill Github…) But usually, hosters are very good at DDoS protection. We could try to ping all DNS servers we know, get .ru sites, and DDoS them, but this is also an insane idea, IMO.
It’s no secret that all the listings on the top exchanges are paid. Spending pennies on listings is not a priority task. So we would better grow our community on our own to make it happen. It is what we are doing now.
It will be available after the client updates. We can save these stats and metrics then. The client states will be able to make calculations and analytics to be publicly disclosed.
The effectiveness of VPN is not a question for us, but for the VPN provider.
What server responds (codes), we already counted.
We already have the counter on our website. It will indicate numbers more correct soon.
After launching our application, you will have an account on our website. It will be connected with the application and wallet.
Sure, attention to disBalancer raised significantly over the past month and a half. Some clients have already reached us. They are looking forward to cooperating with us after our B2B product is launched.
Thank you for your support. We are now moving towards 100 thousand active users. It provides a new wave of our activities, including strengthening the project’s presence in the media space.
That is what we are going to do in the nearest future!
We are all working to make it happen one day)
We’re definitely not looking that way now. With gate on BSC, there is no progress, unfortunately.