I personally think the main selling points we have going for us are indeed the low transaction fees and the fact that Dogeparty is much faster than what the masses would be used to coming from the centralized (e.g. CEX, Robinhood, etc.) side. Also there is definitely a bit of a fun factor on this side. The NFT’s this community has been creating have been amazing.
However, although making an NFT is cheap here on Dogeparty I can definitely see some limitations that would be off-putting to artists looking for a chain to mint on. And technically since some chains have creating fee-less minting, I feel that Dogeparty would have to adopt some of the shiny features of other chains in order to attract more artists so we can grow on that front.
Note I am not a tech person either so I don’t know what this would entail, but if royalties could be built into the platform that would be a major incentive to artists. Secondly I also agree with the concept of a marketplace and I am literally experimenting with app creation to see if I can make one that could be a place holder until something along those lines is developed.
Also DPuniversity is wonderful. The thing is the majority of people like things that are really easy to navigate from a intuitive standpoint. And…a majority of people don’t like to read so there would need to be a how to video on ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING.
However, if dp university and the platform could be put into a functional app. Dogeparty as a whole would be cooking with gas. Especially once the greater Dogecoin community taps in.
But until we have I think a system that provides a really streamlined user interface process Dogeparty will grow a bit slower than we would like, but we would attract long term hard core crypto enthusiasts.
So in a general sense, what would help bring a lot of traction is an app and easier user-interface from my perspective.