Muse Build is a simple webapp enabling developers to build and share EVM applications super fast. Smart contract developers should focus on logic and security while our app empowers them to make interfaces in a few minutes. Components can be re-used and customized to create custom apps or just customize existing templates for common use cases: NFT minting, crowd sales, token staking…
Potential users range from web3 devs, enthusiasts that want to play, and teams that want to provide alternative frontend to their product for decentralization…
Once apps are published they are hosted on IPFS and a domain name (as an NFT) can be acquired for ease.
The components are currently:
Read smart contract values
Buttons to interact with contracts
Display and access often used informations like blocknumber, user address, ERC20 balance, ETH balance…
This project is a little bit different from our past ventures as it requires polished experience + onboarding creators and might take a longer time to be adopted… That’s why it’s important to have more talents involved in the making of it!
In order to make the DAO worth it and the project successful: a series of contests will come after this first one for finding a name: The following will be about design, creation of templates/examples, and creation of tutorials/videos… Stay tuned for opportunities to earn by doing or creating your own… While this contest has a specific goal: other forms of participation in the making of the product could be rewarded too.
The web app requires a name and strong branding, feel free to post your idea, and the logic behind it in this thread. Once enough ideas are gathered and the community agrees on a name. The winner of the contest will be rewarded 100 $MUSE ($546 at the time of writing).
Since EVM means Earned Value Management which is a technique for measuring project performance and progress in an objective manner.
And the base name being MUSE…I came up with MUSURE PRO…PRO meaning project or progress or progress in projects.
Turbo gives an idea of exceptional speed and performance , and Forge highlights the creative process of building web3 applications. TuborForge conveys the idea of turbocharging the application development process with MuseBuild.
One opportunity for branding could be around finding a catchy name for the template language and have it as a name/verb. I like what dune analytics did with wizards also. They have their tech and people who are comfortable with it are able to get gigs/jobs as wizards…
Some of my ideas:
I think way too much word games around muse in the above posts, which is wording very hard to come up with something appealing ( I tried before). Imo has to be something simple and easy to remember. DappIt, build rapid with DappIt (sounds like coca-cola ad, but may be something in that sense).