Not much to add that hasn’t already been mentioned.
Twitter giveaways do draw attention to the DVT twitter accounts, and can provide higher follower counts which extend the reach of any developmental announcements, however they do tend to attract a certain ‘type’ of Crypto enthusiast and this may not be the kind we would need to attract. That is not me being derogatory, just my point of view on the typical crypto bounty hunter, as they don’t tend to stay around once the drip feeding stops.
As far as useful applications of funding, could a twitter campaign surround the volunteering of ideas for the coin. Similar to what is happening in the Discord right now, but more formal and on this platform. Could then, once the viability of bringing the idea to fruition has been considered, reward with a significant amount of DVT the person / people that brought it to the table?
This would encourage individuals to a.) research the coin and what it stands for. b.) what the coin / platform is currently capable of. c.) Hold on to something they have helped mould, shape and build.
You may also attract some developers that would even want to utilize DVT for their own visions etc.
Could be a nonsense idea …