• Uwerx (WERX) is a decentralized freelance platform that achieved an impressive presale performance.
• The Alpha version, containing the Landing Page and the Sign-up page, has been released with subsequent parts of the project to follow on a weekly/bi-weekly basis.
• A 25-year token lock and test airdrop have been planned for the project.
Uwerx (WERX) is a revolutionary decentralized freelance platform that has gained steady momentum with its outstanding presale performance. The project’s vision remains to be the world’s first and best decentralized freelance platform without compromising values.
The team unveiled the Alpha version on Friday, the 19th. The Alpha version will promote a transparent, easy-to-use, and secure platform. The first parts of the Alpha version contained the Landing Page and the Sign-up page. The Beta version and other parts of the project, like Log-in Page, User Dashboard, Settings, Posting Jobs, and Finding Jobs will follow subsequently on a weekly/bi-weekly basis. This iterative process will allow them to consider users’ comments, ideas & complaints which they can drop in their dedicated feedback email – email@example.com
25 Year Token Lock
The developers had planned on locking it after presale but due to an overwhelming response from participants in their poll; 82.8% wanted an earlier lock so they decided to enter into 25 year liquidity lock with this project which should eliminate any potential rug pulls & safeguard investors’ funds.
Another community poll was conducted where 98.2% of participants voted in favor of conducting Test Airdrop which should help users accurately entering their receiving wallet addresses & explore more about their platform itself when Beta version is released afterwards gradually transitioning Alpha into it & also increase full time freelancers who are already engaged at 32%.
Uwerx strives to become global freelance hub providing necessary features like secure vault for staking & safeguarding users assets along with other features like flexible payment options etc..