In a groundbreaking continuation of their commitment to bring research-based sentiment and behavior data about the Cardano ecosystem to the public, Thesis & Dysmorphia founders, Matea and Marina introduce "Cardano Pulse".
This initiative builds on their previous research, First Thesis: on Cardano NFT space, which was published in October 2023, spanning 14 months and including 60+ surveys with over 3.5k answers focused on various aspects of the Cardano NFT space.
The previous research delved into case studies of their own project, 46 other projects, founders, moderators, and a large survey for the general public. For the first time, basic demographic data, sentiment, behavior, and reasoning for being in the NFT space were explored in a comprehensive manner. The research was also publicly discussed in Charles Hoskinson interview with Thesis & Dysmorphia founder and main reashearcher Matea Sedlaček, PhD.
Cardano Pulse is the future product, which will be developed depending on the success of their proposal in Catalyst Fund 11.
The main goal of Cardano Pulse is to extend this research with a broader outlook, encompassing the entire Cardano ecosystem. The survey, comprising up to 100 questions, will explore sentiments and behaviors related to DeFi projects, major Cardano topics and entities, wallets, platforms, marketplaces, memecoins, and NFTs. With a target of minimum 1000 responses, the results will be openly available on the Fork It platform.
Cardano Pulse holds immense potential to contribute to the growth and development of the Cardano ecosystem:
Cardano Pulse is a testament to the power of community collaboration. Your vote on this proposal can help bring about publicly funded research that adds immense value to the Cardano ecosystem.