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Dear Ambrosus Community, in this Q&A insights are provided surrounding Ambrosus’ Business Development and the Crypto-Economic architecture. All answers have been modified legally, and are subject to change. We hope you enjoy the insights into the Ambrosus Ecosystem!
Question 1: This is similar to a question posted by another user for last week’s Q&A. I would like the team to provide some insight regarding the current status of business development/ adoption going on in Ambrosus at the moment. Answer whatever you can share with the community while providing a big picture of how is business adoption going at the moment and where is heading. Some of the questions I would love to get answered are:
When can we expect more clients/enterprises joining AMB-NET? Can we expect more frequent client/partnerships announcements once AMB-NET is public? Has it been hard to demonstrate AMB-Net value proposition over competitors? Which features of AMB-NET do clients value the most? How many businesses (excluding startups) do you see adopting AMB-Net by the end of this year? How has the feedback been from clients?
This is a well put question, and one that we are sure many people are interested in hearing the response from. To start with the first question:
When can we expect more clients/enterprises joining AMB-NET?
To make this more insightful we will provide context about the current status of Ambrosus’ business development: right now, Ambrosus is managing existing relationships with hundreds of companies all over the world. When companies consider utilizing the Ambrosus Ecosystem for their business operations, they are first interested in understanding the technology, next, in testing it out (sometimes across different production lines and with different products) and validating the use-cases, and then third, in deducing its underlying value and functionality. When one factors in that these enterprises have their own timelines, products, ...
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