NulsWest is giving away 1000 NULS from the NulsWest Community Development Fund.
The 1000 NULS will be split between three winners according to the following rules:
The individual with the most votes will receive 500 NULS.
The individual with the second most votes will receive 300 NULS.
The individual with the third most votes will receive 200 NULS.
The vote will run for 14 days.
The following candidates have been selected by the NulsWest founding members to be eligible to receive the funding, and are listed in no particular order of importance.
Nalex - Nalex has contributed marketing materials and videos to the NULS community consistently. He has a node to fund the creation of our 2.0 and Chain Factory explainer videos, which will be professionally produced to include voice-overs in both English and Chinese. Recently, the team asked him to also create a custom design for the new NULS website. For this reason, we have made Nalex eligible for the NulsWest community fund since his node does not cover the many hours he spent working on the website design. This professional is an asset to the community and team, and his work will be featured in many upcoming marketing efforts for NULS.
Berzeck - The work Berzeck completed for NULStar is the basis of NULS 2.0. Berzeck met all of his deadlines for NULStar, enabling the team to proceed with 2.0 according to schedule. Berzeck is also a community council member and performs his duties on the council with dedication and consistency. He greets and guides all of our potential new CCC members, and mentors them through the CCC process if they qualify. Berzeck recently participated in and won a Developer Wars contest with a Youtuber, and agreed to be a guest for the upcoming Thursday Night Discord Chat to share the story of NULStar for which he is also writing an article.
Kathy Norman - Kathy is not well known in the community yet, but has worked with NULS as a volunteer
in Silicon Valley assisting with the Developer Workshops in San Jose. She is an Application Engineer and has promoted NULS within The Den and other blockchain developer networks. Kathy has been instrumental in introducing new developers to the NULS Smart Contract modules, walking them through the process of dApp creation. Kathy has been courted by other projects, but continues to promote NULS on a volunteer basis aiding in business development in Silicon Valley with our USA Regional Director David.
Naveen - Naveen is a current CCC member who works on 2.0 modules and meets his deadlines consistently. He built the NULS integration module for all General Bytes ATM machines (#2 manufacturer of crypto ATMs in the world) while at the same time completing work on the NULS 2.0 account module. He created a cheatsheet for smart contracts for the NULS developer workshops and recently created a video for smart contracts to walk new developers through the process on Youtube. This quiet member of CCC is humble, professional and always extremely helpful to the core team and helps to guide new candidates through the CCC process.
Angellilou - This CCC developer has attended and presented at two developer workshops this month alone. He held his own workshop in Spain, and shortly thereafter flew to San Jose to help with the Smart Contract workshop, giving an excellent presentation despite significant jet-lag. Angellilou deftly impressed a professor from Stanford University at the workshop and earned NULS an invitation to another networking event for blockchain developers hosted by executives from Google, Harmony and others. Angellilou will also head up another project with USA Reg. Director David Wasson in the coming weeks to help integrate NULS into a premiere online masternode indexing website.
Moshe - Moshe has been instrumental for Ledger integration with the Nytro wallet, and has been developing a second-layer solution for NULS called Aleph, a project that provides storage and virtually fee-less transactions to speed up the development process of NULS and provide additional features to the NULS ecosystem chains and partners. In addition to being a council member, Moshe created the first NULS dApp--a blockchain blog which also allows users to comment on votes cast for various NULS proposals and elections. Moshe has worked consistently to improve NULS and participated in a joint developers workshop in Paris last month, including a presentation at the first developers workshop in San Jose.
NulsWest is open to community suggestions for other eligible members dedicated to community development projects. If you have a candidate you feel should be eligible, please list them and include a short summary of the reasons you feel they are eligible in a comment on the thread. The vote will be initiated after 7 days of discussion.
Get #NULSdeep in community development and be sure to vote!