Smiling faces are often referring to scams and ponzi schemes.
Get more serious.
Try to understand what dash really is, and who really controls it.
Inform your community about what every coin is (like @DavidHay is planning to do with his lessons), ottherise if you advertise without thinking, you are risking of becoming the advertiser of a scam.
I wont be able to answer you, because the moderators put a limit to how many posts I can make (one every 5000 seconds). So try also to discover the reasons why the moderators here oppress the free speech.
I've been following your work in that region and your activity on the forum and elsewhere, so I know that the funding we give you would be well spent, and while what you're asking for is a bit more than the average meet-up costs total, you're conducting far more meet-ups and airdrops than most would be with a fraction of the funds per meet-up. If you can keep impeccable records and document your meet-ups and their outcomes and attendance, I think you stand a good chance of being funded. Do note, however, the recent post by Dash Core Group and the significant budget allocations they'll be asking for during these months as well and how that might impact your ability to be funded: https://www.dash.org/forum/threads/dcg-budget-planning-update.37884/
Dash Medellín invites the Dash community to a video call with us next Thursday May 24th at 11AM EDT at https://zoom.us/j/6989421790. We look forward to answering your questions and receiving your feedback.
Dash Medellín invita a la comunidad de Dash a una videollamada con nosotros el próximo Jueves 24 de Mayo a las 11AM EDT en https://zoom.us/j/6989421790. Esperamos responder a sus preguntas y recibir su retroalimentación.
We had a very positive meetup last Thursday, May 17th. 12 people attended. I distributed 10 Dash airdrops of about USD$10 each. A number of new wallets were installed. Some excellent new contacts were made, especially with some Venezuelans in Colombia who are going to work with us on remittances. We also came up with some great new ideas. More to come on that.
I made some contacts in Pereira, a metropolitan area of about 710,000 people roughly equidistant from Colombia's three most important cities (Bogota, Medellín and Cali) and an important center of trade and commerce, especially for the coffee-growing industry.
Dash Medellín invites the Dash community to a video call with us TODAY in about 20 minutes (Thursday May 24th at 11AM EDT) at https://zoom.us/j/6989421790. We look forward to answering your questions and receiving your feedback and ideas. Thanks!
Dash Medellín invita a la comunidad de Dash a una videollamada con nosotros el HOY en 20 minutos (Jueves 24 de Mayo a las 11AM EDT) en https://zoom.us/j/6989421790. Esperamos responder a sus preguntas y recibir su retroalimentación y ideas. ¡Gracias!
Edward Stoever of dash.red @ec1warc1 met with the Dash Medellín team yesterday and gave us a master class on Dash wallets.
Also, last night we met with Carlos Echeverria of Dash Merchant Venezuela, Carlos Heinze of Dash Help and Guillermo Velasco of Dash Youth here in Medellín. All three are visiting from Venezuela to share their hard-won knowledge and skills with us. We're meeting them again today to learn more about how they are making Dash merchant adoption happen in Caracas.
More media to come. I'm behind with processing all of it.
It is really exciting to see Dash Medellin proposal pass!! Congratulations!!!
Paula and I have become overwhelmed by the response to Dash.red, currently processing over 3100 transactions every 24 hours. The Dash.red mission is evolving as the demands on our time have grown exponentially. We are no longer able to organize community events so THANK YOU George!!!! I have no doubt you will continue to do an exceptional job!
Thanks everyone for your support, especially Edward, who has guided me from the beginning, Mireya, who asked me to take the reins of Dash Medellín and gave me a solid start, Eugenia, who put me in contact with Edward in the first place, solarguy, Criticalinput, Arthyron and argon31 who were early supporters, the masternode owners who commented in my proposal thread, my team members Juan Usuga and Wilmar Toro, and everyone else who gave me words of support along the way, including many members of the Dash Venezuela team, Angel of Dash Argentina and others.
Juan, Wilmar and I are very excited to expand our efforts. We are committed to getting actual results and to being transparent, among many other things.
I've reached out to Dash Watch already to establish a cordial working relationship with them, and I look forward to continuing to build productive, collaborative relationships with other members of the Dash community in service of the goal of expanding the use of Dash digital cash.
Some updates on on Dash in Medellín/Colombia so far:
we've reached a tentative agreement with a currency exchange to trade Dash and accept it preferentially.
we have our first 3 merchants and are working to formalize them and submit them to DiscoverDash
I managed to register dashcolombia.org so we are branding ourselves as Dash Colombia.
I'm printing up 2,000 flyers and we'll be handing them out next week in support of planned remittance (for Venezualeans) and merchant workshops scheduled for later in the month.
we have an event in the planning for Santa Helena, a rural area just outside of Medellín where there is a significant Venezuelan population (perhaps 50 to 100), where we will promote remittances using Dash.
we're exploring a joint event with the currency exchange partner.
Wilmar is too busy to continue in an active role with the team, so for now it is just Juan Usuga and I working full-time on Dash here.
a group I am guiding in Pereira, an important city in the coffee-growing center of Colombia with a population of 500,000, held a meetup a couple weeks ago and is making plans for another one. They will complete for the DFN meetup incentive program.
with one of our merchants, we have an event planned for Jun 21 where we will give $10,000 COP (USD$3.55) in dash to up to 50 individuals we meet while distributing flyers that morning in order to purchase lunch in our merchant's restaurant using dash.
we are working on at least a half dozen other merchants who have expressed interest.
Juan, Samuel Barbosa of Core and I attended a Blockchain Centre Colombia meetup last night in Medellín where all three of us spoke about the benefits of Dash, and I can tell you several attendees were impressed.
we have an informal, dinner-style meetup tonight.
There is more, including video, but those are the most important details for the moment.
We had an informal dinner meetup last Thu Jun 7 in Medellín where everyone paid for their own meal. Several new people were there and the questions were non-stop for 2.5 hours. 10 people attended in total, we opened a few new wallets and I issued one Dash airdrop.
Dash Colombia had a meetup last night in Medellín where 25 people attended, received a Dash orientation, 12 installed wallets and recieved airdrops. Many spent the Dash with the hosting merchant, Pollos Don Guillo Laureles, on a delicious chicken dinner.
This morning, Juan Usuga and I traveled to Parque de los Deseos in the north of Medellín, handed out Dash flyers and held an impromptu meetup with 20 Venezuelan migrants and Colombians, teaching them about the opportunity to use Dash for remittances to Venezuela ahead of our June 20th remittance workshop to be held in the same park.
Juan then later continued on with 2 assistants to two other nearby locations where he addressed a further 60 Venezuelans and Colombians.