Building Microsoft DAO
Web3 Software Development Platform


Decentralized development
in real time

One platform
оne language

The global IT solutions market has reached over 350 billion dollars. We live in an era of capitalism dominated by IT giants such as Microsoft, Apple, Google, Oracle, SAP, etc. The work is largely done by programmers, IT designers, systems architects and other binary content creators, but the fruits of their labor are owned by corporations. This is a morally bankrupt, unequal system controlled by centralized organizations that serve as middlemen and take the lion’s share of the profits.
Genesis is a new paradigm of distributed real time labor that uses honest profit sharing between all creators of a product, cutting out the middlemen.
Our team is unique, as each partner in the company has his own vision of market development, which allows us to diversify the service package as much as possible.
A New Era:
Real-Time Web3

What is Genesis?
Genesis is a Decentralized Development Platform that gets rid of centralized middlemen by recording authorship in the blockchain. Inside the platform, we’re building a development methodology that supports the creation of IDO DAO fund, allowing step by step control of developers and payment for their services.

Automated analysis of soſtware to check for vulnerabilities, contradictions in terms, interactions with other soſtwares, etc.
A universal programming language
A global file system
Permanent identification of a piece of code’s author(s) using the blockchain
Automatic profit sharing for the author(s) of the code
The development technology

Schematic of the Genesis platform



2005: Adobe Systems acquired Macromedia and its Flash Platform for $3.4 billion.


2010: Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems and its Java platform for $7.4 billion.


2016: Illegal use of Java in Android caused Oracle lawsuit against Google, pending $9.2 billion damage.
The lawsuit is forcing Google to replace Java*, Swift platform can take it over.
Open Source platform MONO appeared after Microsoft refused to make .NET/ C# cross-platform.
Due to slow growth of Swift, Apple switched its license to open source. Cross-platform is about to appear.

Conclusions: Who is the owner of IT-platform — that really controls market is built on it. That is why our project is the first step of creating an innovative IT-platform — that is, real competitor systems — Java, Flash, .NET, Swift, etc.

* In the next few years on the market will re-division of net platforms and Java will lose leadership. This is a very promising time for entering the market.