We have decided to create a more current report on our finances for this project, which haven't changed considerably since the sale.
Of the BTC raised, most was held for a long period, and sold on several of the largest BTC exchanges at times when the price seemed agreeable. Due to this, we were able to come out slightly ahead, and of the $7,300 raised, these BTC sales allowed it to be pushed up to the $7,500 range.
This is good news for the project, as it allows us slightly more resources to pay developers of the different areas that we will need in the future.
Since the sale, we have been primarily doing three things: growing our developer pool, designing layouts of the Store, and marketing. Almost all of our current designs (with the exception of one that still needs modifications to function correctly on the SAFE Droplet Network) have been successfully uploaded to the Stable Droplet Test Network, and can be viewed in the other posts on this forum. We have also had several presentations which we gave information about, and many other talks and presentations which have not been formally written up yet.
Even with all of this progress, we have barely spent $300 of the project's funds, because we have become extremely efficient with our developers and venues. Our project funding is currently in the $7,200 range, which we are holding now (mostly in dollars, but the MAID has been held 100% and seen a slight increase in value as well since the sale, from approx 6cents to 8cents) for when the SAFE API's, messaging, and other tools are released and we can begin development on the deeper levels of the SafeAppStore.
We are making the second half of our company public very soon, and decided a financial update on this half (SafeAppStore) was in order.
Everything is so far going to plan, despite the slight delays in SAFE Network API's etc (which we felt would be released earlier this year). But we are making best use of this current time by doing what we can in terms of marketing and organization of this project which we expected to release at a later date.