As the development of NULS technology gets underway with 2.0 and chain factory, the ambassador roles become more and more important to let their communities know what is happening in NULS and promote real world usage.
As our NULS core team and CCC work tirelessly to produce this amazing technology, new investors become attracted and more contributors appear as real adoption becomes closer, the ambassador role is going to be very fruitful and I’m very much looking forward to promoting all the successes of our development to community and corporations that are coming in the next 3 months if I remain as ambassador.
I live in the block chain capital of Australia, Victoria, Melbourne, I am lucky to live in the biggest city in support of blockchain where I can go to regular events specifically for blockchain. A lot of big coins have come to Melbourne to promote themselves and a few I’ve been too since becoming ambassador were power ledger, elastos, monero and I plan to create a brand for NULS here in Melbourne with 2.0 and chain factory. To do this I plan to continue attending these events as ambassador and attend a minimum of 3 events per month to network and spread NULS, what it offers and what it’s achieving. (See my amb reports to see all the events I’ve been to and what I achieved there so far) Now that smart contracts have launched and you’re able to create NULS Dapps, I plan to hold a NULS 101 sponsored event at the blockchain centre of Melbourne with in depth topics of what is possible with 2.0 and chain factory and also how to create dApps on NULS now as well as our current dApps we have by then.
There are quite a lot of articles written about chain factory including my own, but not many about the extraordinary advantages provided by nuls 2.0 so I plan to write these articles to showcase NULS technology and promote on steemit and reddit
Universities in Melbourne such as RMIT are becoming more interested in block chain, RMIT even has a group of developers who do a weekly hackathon on ethereum, I have already made contact with the organiser (see my November report) and can almost guarantee I can convert them to do hackathons on NULS after multiple programming languages are implemented on 2.0, meaning lots more dApps and building will happen on NULS. It will just make sense for them to use NULS with its benefits.
In success of this, My plan will be to infiltrate all the other big universities here in Melbourne and push NULS to their students and blockchain enthusiasts to create NULS hackathons in all universities.
I’m still holding all my NULS all the way down from $5 to 40c because I totally believe in the project and I’ll do everything I can to help it succeed and grow the project, the potential for NULS is too great to ever stop, everyone is wanting their own block chain and soon as a business owner I believe it will be mandatory to use block chain and that’s when NULS will shine offering the best easy access to your own block chain in existence.
You can vote for me @ZaneNodeAmazing