[ARCHIVED] MoodConnect Pitch - Creating Healthier workspaces

MoodConnect is seeking to create healthier workspaces for DAOs

Proposal Title: MoodConnect - Creating healthier workspaces

Authors: Amy Ouzoonian, Igor Ilyinsky

Date: 7/26/2022

How will your proposal, if activated, benefit BitDAO? We want to offer mental health and wellness resources for your dao and team members.

What are the projected outcomes? Increased mental, physical and financial health and wellness for your team, increase in productivity, increase in revenue.

How long will it take to complete your proposed changes? Onboarding takes less than 5 minutes.

Who is involved? Mental health and wellness practitioners and MoodConnect partners.

What are the milestones? We have completed Discord integration, we are working on gaining approval for Slack, MS teams integrations. We are also working on Zoom integrations.


  1. Timeline see timeline on deck as seen here: https://moodconnect.journey.io/p/vc1
  2. Budget $100K or 96 ETH
  3. Add technical details and/or links to source documentation A Journey from MoodConnect Group Inc.
  4. Include any other relevant details on how this proposal will be accomplished investment in this proposal will allow us to build out our integration features to Zoom, audio to text sentiment analysis and to market to other daos.

Next Steps? If this proposal is accepted, what are the immediate action items? we will increase our capacity on our servers for zoom and audio to text sentiment analysis and build out these features for users and launch marketing campaigns for our current features to gain more customers in the Web3 space.

Review Process

The BIT Community and delegates might discuss and verify the following before considering proposals.


  • Is the team credible?
  • Are they qualified to do this work?


  • Does the proposal make sense technically?
  • Does this fit into, or compliment, other projects in the BitDAO ecosystem?

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