Storj, as all other Decentralized (storage) platforms, is relying on community involvement. Even if this community is techno enthusiast, some of its members may be more or less technically qualified.
So we can say that onboarding and involving this diversity of members is one of the key success factors.
To meet this challenge, Storj Labs is constantly updating and improving its documentation. And I have to say that, having seen other projects’ documentation (incl. for decentralized storage platforms), Storj one is quite good.
But it’s still little bit complicated for some of new comers. I remember that I helped some new members to get into that game.
What do you think about creating a kind of interactive training, a “Storj School”?
I know it could be time-consuming but this is just a thought I wanted to share with you.
This Storj school would be a paththat would go through main steps or ways to be part of the Storj adventures, including:
- How to set up a new node?
- How to buy storage on Tardigrade?
- How to get my earnings? How to convert them into fiat currencies?
Basically, everything we could think on the official documentation but in a more “interactive” way.
I thought it could be done like cryptozombies.io, with a emulated environment.
What do you think?