Our most important rule to consider when looking to do an AMA about your new project is that your project must be complete, funded, and have a finished product.
What does this mean for my:
Does your startup have a product that you have launched and are selling to real customers? Are you funded? Do you have an income? If the answer to these questions is yes, you can do an AMA. If the answer is no, please come back when this is the case.
Do you have existing funding in a fiat currency? Is your product not only prototyped, but actually in use in a real world situation? Do you have an income with value in fiat currency? If you can't answer yes to all of these questions, you're not ready for an AMA yet. A Whitepaper and a good idea is not enough to do an AMA. If you're still raising money via an ICO or similar mechanism, you're probably not ready to do an AMA.
Kickstarter or other crowdfunded project?
If the crowdfunding campaign is still happening, you're probably not ready. Your product needs to be complete and being sold to customers before you're ready to do an AMA. That said, if you have previous products or are an existing brand and you'd like to do an AMA about those experiences, we will permit limited promotion of your new crowdfunding campaign so long as it is not the focus of the AMA.
If you have any questions about these rules or want to double check your eligibility, please email us at email@example.com