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Discussion in 'Pre + Budget Proposal Discussions' started by Nathaniel Luz, Nov 1, 2017.
sounds good to me
Hey all! Nathaniel has been extremely active for Dash over the last few months. To see for yourself, visit his Dash Nigeria blog!
Thanks for helping with the blog. I appreciate.
Voting NO. It's not clear what you want to do and how you'll do it but I can vote NO with confidence by doing a cost analysis. You want $13,000 to reach 200 people, that's $65/person.
Conferences and meetups offer no or negligible ROI to the network and should be voted NO.
Having said that, I agree with @Nathaniel Luz on his part about the videos and would be willing to vote yes if I could see some example of your work and if the proposal was just about the videos.
For examples of my work, kindly visit www.nigeria.dash.africa also check out DASH NIGERIA on YouTube and Imgur. Thanks
This is a great oportunity for Africa. Rotc is a great freedom figther. I know the plans of Rotc for Nigeria here i let you an interview i made to him for dashespanol.com
We have given Alt36 almost $1 million dollars to develop a payment solution, how can you possibly get merchants on board without it? I cannot find reasons to support projects of any crypto currency in poor countries with low literacy. They are illiterate in their own language but somehow we need to believe they can secure a wallet, recover a seed, make payments with QR codes, calculate exchange rates? If some charitable organization wants to do it with their money, fine by me, but not with everyone's money here at Dash.
I would be willing to support these projects after Evolution, when crypto is 1000x easier. To expect it to catch up in Africa before South Korea is just wishful thinking as I said before.