All active members of Sesameseed will be able to participate in the usage of 10% of the funds generated.
Develop Master Nodes and provide 90% of earnings back to its community.
What is SEEDGerminator?
SEEDGerminator is a crowd sourced capital raising platform for developers to propose project to the Sesameseed community. Developers may submit an application to fund their project directly from the Sesameseed community by utilizing SEED tokens.
A project plan, content, funding targets and rewards call all be set on this platform. Once approved by the SEED Advisory board the project can be listed for funding. The community can invest directly in the projects they want to see developed on Tron.
How do I invest in a project?
Simply find the project you’re interested in and send SEED tokens to its address! This can be done utilizing any Tron wallet including Tronscan.org and even Seedit!
Why should I fund a project, what do I get in return?
Every project carries its own unique set of rewards and benefits, read through the project your most interested in to find out exactly what reward you will get in return.
I want to invest in a Project but don’t have SEED tokens, what can I do?
SEED tokens are only created through Node rewards or project rewards and are distributed back to the community for their activity in the community such as voting.
SEED tokens are always issued based on the amount of TRX generated meaning the total circulating supply is always backed 1:1 with TRX
The easiest way to earn SEED tokens is to simply Vote for Sesameseed!
What happens when a project reaches 100%?
When a project reaches 100% of its funding Target the community considers it “Approved”. When approved, the SEEDGerminator developer fund will invest its committed amount of SEED tokens into the project as well.
A project reaches 100% when its SoftCap is reached, but will still be considered open for funding.
What happens if a project fails to fund?
A project not meeting its SoftCap target before the funding time period is considered “Not Approved” by the community, and so will not receive SEEDGerminator funding.
All invested SEED tokens will be returned to their originating address at this time.
What is the Hard Cap vs SoftCap?
The HardCap is the Maximum SEED token investment allowed into the project, once this is reached the funding is considered closed regardless of funding time remaining.
Any additional SEED tokens invested past this time will be returned to their originating address.
The SoftCap is the minimum SEED token funding required for the project to be considered approved and available for SEEDGerminator funding. If the SoftCap is not reached, all invested SEED tokens will be returned to their originating addresses.
Funding for a project has closed, can I still invest SEED?
No, any SEED tokens invested into closed projects will be returned to their originating addresses.
Is there a min/max SEED investment per individual?
Not at this time, though depending on the size of the project, multiple rounds of funding may be opened.
How do I list my project for investment on SEEDGerminator?
Simply click the link at the top of the screen to apply for funding and submit an application! Once approved by the SEED Advisory Board your project will be scheduled and listed on SEEDGerminator.
How does my project get funded?
All projects will be funded with SEED tokens; Sesameseed will reserve these until the round has been closed. At this time Sesameseed will convert Invested SEED tokens into TRX and distribute those to the project. It is at this time that any rewards for investors will be distributed as well.
How much funding can my project receive from SEEDGerminator?
Limits on project funding will be determined by the SEED Advisory Board in conjunction with the project developer.
At this time Sesameseed recommends any projects targeting 100,000 – 2,500,000 TRX to apply.
What is the SEED Advisory Board, How does it function?
The SEED Advisory Board is a group of Sesameseed members that reviews all projects submitted to the SEEDGerminator platform. Projects are reviewed against a list of criteria to ensure enough information and resources on projects are provided to the community. You can find out more about the SEED Advisory Board on our Medium page,