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  1. My name is Jason Chibueze Amaka, and I hereby apply for the post of a Citizen of the Republic of Enumivo (ROE). My social media accounts are: 1. Facebook: A, Facebook Profile: https://www.facebook.com/jason.chibueze B, Facebook Page Profile: https://www.facebook.com/jasonamaka/ 2. Medium: https://medium.com/@jasonchibuezeamaka 3. Twitter: https://twitter.com/jcamaka (this was recently suspended by twitter. I was not given any good reason for it. I believe, the problem could be coming from external manipulatiin 4. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasonamaka 5. Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/jasonam 6. Youtube: http://youtube.com/channel/UCikDLnDfnxUvy7NGwyYRkuQ 7. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-chibueze-8257a3142 8. Github: https://github.com/Ethereumcashpro 9. Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/113416248155478813527 10. VK: https://m.vk.com/id483396303 11. Webtalk: https://www.webtalk.co/be/profile/jason.amaka 12. Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/jasonchibueze I am also a strong believer of Community Media like telegram whatsapp and Facebook groups . I belong to many groups on telegram, and this is my three telegram accounts: 1. https://t.me/Jasonam 2. https://t.me/Jugocam 3. https://t.me/Jugoca I also belong to more than 50 large community of cryptocurrency groups on Facebook. I am a strong user of whatsapp.. In 2016, I coordinated a lot of crypto groups on whatsapp. These are some of the whstsapp links: 1. https://chat.whatsapp.com/CUhfTnTRES24fFXtvDEuqD 2. https://chat.whatsapp.com/BsPgKWiIya093SQwFKmWuh 3. https://chat.whatsapp.com/820quSjOm2M8958ybEX8rd 4. https://chat.whatsapp.com/KESRRMfzmGIKDpTqlTps5p 5. https://chat.whatsapp.com/ELqkpBIHt70A4nvgiG84io 6. https://chat.whatsapp.com/KtMIPF5KUllDEQ5XdfjMTC 7. https://chat.whatsapp.com/G6NmxGtEE7YLKSTkEqq0t8 It's true that the above groups are left with few members now, but that they are still extant testify of my activities there. In 2017, I opened two escrow group's for trading of cryptocurrencies and one airdrop group. These groups are still very functional today: 1. https://chat.whatsapp.com/3OFwjuQFuvmKLY7RoRzjAs 2. https://chat.whatsapp.com/GMg5bTuSbrqICvuKMAODLp https://chat.whatsapp.com/Bsd0DKOJPnD0vTM1Kko2Vk I have my doctoral degree in Theology from Faith University, Jefferson City, USA. I am a prolific writer and have authored "The Mystery of the Regained Life," "Training up a Total Child," and Teen's and Post-teen''s Challenges (Teen's and Post-teen's Challenges is written but not yet published)." I am also the author of Daily Morning Devotional Insight (An online daily post). I am a Life Coach and I am as well open to always learn new things. I developed a deep interest in crypto in June, 2016. Since then, I have been learning more and more about it. In 2017, I was all through in Crypto trading and little other crypto stuffs. I learnt about Enumivo in February/March 2018. Immediately I learnt about it, my instinct signalled me that something is peculiar about Enumivo. I threw myself to the campaign. Then, the whitepaper was not yet out. 10 Enu for each referral is not as attractive as other projects. Other projects gave more than that. Again, signing up with Facebook made people to be sceptical about it. There's nothing about it then that should make one go all out to campaign for it. But I did. I have never campaigned for any other project as I did for Enumivo. The highest I've got in referral from any other project is 45 persons. But because of this inexplicable connection and passion I have for Enumivo, I abandoned every other project and insisted that I must make it to the Leaderboard of Enumivo. I worked from February to April campaigning for Enumivo. I was able to get 91 persons registered under me. My campaign developed a lot interest in people, though many couldn't register because they were rejected. My airdrop campaign data will bear witness to this. My second whatsapp account was banned in the course of the campaign. If I am made a member of the Republic of Enumivo, I will devote all my crypto allegiance to Enumivo. I will help in reviews, administration, and general wellbeing of Enumivo community. Currently, I am deeply studying about Enumivo. I am studying it to be able to fit in well. I am an Enumivo Mainnet Registered Member since July with username as "jasonamine12" and public address: ENU6hAjU1U19m1XDYGKbzztL7cqi2jUeP62YA4krhDjSuRJHPwymf I will be ever grateful to the Team if my application is given a favourable consideration. Thanks.
  2. The Lagos Blockchain Saturday organized by one of beam ambassador and which enumivo project was one of the many sponsors was exciting and successful. Being an ambassador of Enumivo, and when it was time for my enumivo presentation, I took them down the history lane of the enumivo project, how it started, the visions and the dream and where it is now even to the fullest future plans of the UBI and its usecase, though it was very hard making them understand at first, it all seems rocket science to non blockchain user but as with more and much explanation was given and how they could benefit from the project and also how they could put good use to the chain it self with a possibility of adding value and getting value. everything became easier. I briefly explained to them about the Roe and how the slogan i generated for it is a term i call VALUE FOR VALUE What value can you bring into the community/project to get the value you want people to give to you. It was exciting indeed, as we had to learn, unlearn and relearn things we saw as a basic knowledge to make us blossom on this sphere and i was very much happy that after the presentation, alot of people became so interested and when i saw the momentum and enthusiasm they were moving with ☺ i reminded them its all a value for value project This are the images i could gather at the moment, more are coming though of the event.
  3. I am Imran by name, am from Nigeria. Enumivo to me was a full life not just a project in some code written by title of technology name blockchain! My first encounter with this project was at time of airdropped in bitcointalk forum, since then i remain an honest tracker of the project development till date. I can say i achieve worth considerate, with enumivo, i zeal to learn about coding or dream of being blockchain developer, currently i am studying at blockgeeks.com and am emerging as blockdegree graduate with full grade to code in blockchain. I had it in mind i really want to support this project by building a great application that what set my developer career. In the side of helping this project, I can say i went far than average. This asset class is prioritize as UBI, without a doubt i am living in a kind of country where the community is poor enough for living and which technological advancement had not come rampant. I realize the goal of this great chain as UBI we have more people in reality who need this but don't have access to common smartphone, so i thought how can i make them a beneficiaries and let them get the help. An idea of founding start up clicked me and i come up with "SHC (SMART HELP CRYPTO) as humanitarian NGO aim at providing help through the use of blockchain, which i currently painstakingly working to provide its use case. Throughout my joined since february, my airdropped enu was used to save a family and later i use my eth to buy back, and in every voting system of enu i atleast get 20 people to support the vote. And every project develop here i am one of best tester's and provide feedback in any issue. I am currently wanting to be the Nigerian ambassador. I will be updating my achievement here step by step. I supposed to make this post earlier because i was right in here when post made regard to oracle but before i made a post i was blown by bad atmosphere which resulted two month of activity. At the time i was preparing a nice meet up about enu. Below you can have some few photos before the stroke when i am working fully for enumivo development. I am excited to be back. Thank you all
  4. original post: https://www.usv.com/blog/an-overview-of-blockchain-based-universal-basic-income-projects An Overview of Blockchain-Based Universal Basic Income Projects JUL 10, 2018 Universal Basic Income (UBI) is the idea that citizens receive a regular, unconditional stipend that helps them cover their cost of living. Previous UBI experiments have shown to reduce hospitalization, crime and poverty rates. Richard Nixon, Thomas Paine, Martin Luther King Jr. and Milton Friedman were all vocal proponents of UBI. UBI has traditionally been imagined as a government subsidy that would put money back into the economy by giving it directly to people (as opposed to quantitative easing where the Federal Reserve puts money back into the economy through banks). The development of cryptocurrency, however, now gives us a way to implement UBI in a global, trustless and democratic way without the need for a government to implement it. Recently there has been an emergence of a handful of blockchain-based UBI projects. They are all very early. Most of them do not yet have a public product, but a few do, if you’re curious to try some out, a few you can check out are Mannabase: SwiftDemand: and Solidar (implemented as a chatbot on FB messenger). We are intrigued by this possibility and are wondering about some key issues, such as the complexities around issuing new currencies and preventing fraudulent accounts. Where does the money come from? When blockchain projects implement UBI, where does the initial money come from? The majority of the UBI blockchain projects issue their own currency in the form of tokens. That is, instead of recirculating existing money in the economy, they generate new value by minting a new currency. The challenge is that while the idea behind UBI is to provide real income that can be used for paying for things like rent, tuition and groceries, newly invented currencies are initially worthless until someone accepts them. It is up to each UBI project to make their currency worth something. Projects do this by building an economy around the currency where people can exchange and use their tokens to buy goods and services. Nick calls this building a ‘Minimum Viable Economy’. Building a Minimum Viable Economy: Vendors & Merchants The idea behind a Minimum Viable Economy is to build enough of an ecosystem around a token so that its holders can use it to buy goods and services or exchange it to other currencies. For this to happen, the project needs to incentivize merchants and vendors to accept the token as a form of payment. SwiftDemand is probably the UBI project with the most developed marketplace so far. Their hope is to seed the marketplace with vendors that are participants in their UBI community. Anyone in the community can submit something to sell: And then anyone in the community can buy those things using the Swift token: projectUBU (beta) is building tools for vendors to be able to easily add support for their UBU token. Enumivo (pre-beta) is building their own blockchain (a fork of EOS) with the goal of developers building dapps that accept their token, $UBI. It is easier to convince vendors to accept a token if there are a lot of people that hold the token. A good analogy for this is the credit card: even though vendors dislike credit cards because they are expensive and require extra in-store hardware, they are incentivized to accept them because so many people have them. To seed this network effect, many UBI projects have referral programs to reward people who bring in new users. projectUBU, for example, rewards 1,000 UBUs to the referrer and 500 UBUs to the referee per referral. Some projects, instead of doing a one-time bonus, continue to award the referral bonus as long as the referred person stays in the network. Frink (beta), for example, plans to indefinitely payout an additional 10% to referrers, and Mannabase plans to payout an additional 100% to referrers for one year. The idea is to incentivize people to refer “high quality users” that will stay in the network for a long time. An interesting question is whether a high referral bonus will increase the incentive and potential for referral fraud. These referral programs are often set to expire when the network grows to a desired size. Solidar’s program, for example, is scheduled to reduce the bonus by 50% when the network reaches 15,000 users and then again every time the network size doubles. Building a Minimum Viable Economy: Monetary Policy Projects also need to incentivize people to spend their tokens. UBI projects can build in monetary policy that makes it more attractive for token holders to spend the tokens than to hold them. There are two ways to do this: demurrage (some amount of held currency automatically dissipates) and by growing the money supply (so that each held token is now worth less). Both accomplish the same goal of incentivizing token holders to spend their currency, otherwise their held currency will lose some of its value. projectUBU is one of the projects utilizing demurrage: 1% of all UBU wallet balances dissipate every year. Circles is one of the projects planning to mint more currency: they plan to grow their money supply at a 5% annual rate. The most dramatic of these programs is Solidar, which has an annual 20% demurrage rate. Another way projects incentivize people to spend their tokens is by capping the amount of tokens any account can hold at one time. In order to receive more tokens, participants need to withdraw or spend the tokens they’ve already received. SwiftDemand, for example, only allows accounts to hold 7 days of unclaimed income at a time. Building a Minimum Viable Economy: Liquidity Another way to create value in tokens is to provide liquidity - aka the ability for a token holder to exchange the token for another currency, usually fiat, like USD. For there to be liquidity, there needs to be someone who wants to buy tokens from those that hold it. One project called Big Foundation (beta) is seeding liquidity by paying people a bonus for buying the token. Greshm (pre-beta) holds a reserve of USD and issues currency called XGD backed by that USD reserve. (Note that they are built on their own system and not on blockchain). That provides initial participants and vendors with a source of liquidity - they can cash out and receive an equal amount of USD for their XGD. Greshm plans to maintain a 1:1 peg to the USD at first, and then increase the ratio of XGD to USD over time. This will allow them to put new money into circulation. (This model exists in the traditional US economy where federal banks can create new money by lending out money they don’t have in reserve up to a certain lended_money:money_in_reserve ratio.) Another interesting approach here is Democracy Earth’s distribution program. Because their currency has immediate utility as a vote, there are more likely to be buyers of it. Democracy Earth (beta) is a governance platform, and buying currency can mean buying power. The caveat is that organizations built on Democracy Earth can set their constitutional smart contracts to limit only one vote per person per issue, which inhibits the ability for participants to effectively buy votes. Identity Verification & Anti-Fraud Before a UBI project can hand out tokens, they first need to verify that each participant is a real person, and that each person is limited to a single account. This prevents cheating via ‘Sybil attack’ where a user creates multiple identities that all trust and validate each other in a closed system. If every user could create multiple accounts to increase the amount of income they received, it would dissolve the public trust in the value of the currency, and depreciate its worth. It would also undermine the spirit of the project where in everyone gets the same amount. There are two main ways that UBI projects are solving this: voting and social trust. The first way is allowing members of the community to vote to verify a new participant. On Democracy Earth, for example, new participants have to go through a validation process with other previously validated community members in order to be able to join the network. (They actually plan to have every participant repeat this process periodically in order to prevent abandoned accounts). The second way is by relying on trust relationships from the real world. Circles (pre-beta) does this in an interesting way: On Circles, each new participant is issued UBI payouts in their own personal currency. That currency is not worth anything because no one agrees to exchange it yet. To make their account balance worth something, Circles participants need to trust each others currencies by being willing to exchange them. From the Circles documentation: "The value of a specific personal currency is a measure of how many other accounts trust it. This means that users who are new to the system and don’t have many trusted relationships have a less valuable currency than someone who is well-established in the network. It also means that the currency of new users gets more valuable over time as they create more trust relationships." Enumivo plans to do a combination of the social graph and voting solutions. People who want to join Enumivo will have to find someone already in the community to sponsor them. To sponsor someone, a community member stakes 200 tokens (10 weeks worth) and then other community members have 30 days to vote on them. There are also standalone identity projects like uPort and Civic that future UBI projects could potentially leverage. Generally we are very interested in learning more about self-sovereign identity projects that could enable decentralized programs like UBI. Are These Projects Sustainable? There are two ways most UBI projects fund their development: by holding a percentage of their tokens (most UBI projects do this), and by collecting transaction fees (some UBI projects do this). What I like about these revenue sources is that they align the core team’s interest with their users’ interests. The better the core team grows the network and token economy, the more their tokens are worth, and the more transactions there will be to collect fees on. Wrapping Up One of the applications of blockchain that we are very excited about is UBI, and we hope to keep learning about how different projects are implementing it. If you’re working on something in this space, we’d love to hear from you. Reach out, I’m dani@usv.com.
  5. Good day.. This is samest airhawk-project moderator on discord.. The introduction of Enumivo community was brought to me by marshallife and I check through the project and caught my attention. I coordinate a server of above 600 users on discord and over 3,600 on telegram... Majorly the community focus on Crypto trading and Steemit platform but presently I have develop medium to communicate different project to the members in which Enumivo project is one of the project. This information I'm delivering is to introduce airhawk-project server to support this project and push this project with what we have... Watch out for new breeze from us. Yours sincerely, Engr. Samest....
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  7. My name is Victor Ekpo, I reside in the GMT+1 time zone and I work remotely. I am a professional social media manager and a community moderator across all social media platforms, I have worked with gicfamily.org, shopiblock.io, bountyhive.io and I write articles for several ICOs including DATA, PYCOIN, PEDPILLCOIN, 4NEW and a whole lot of others. I also provide marketing solutions for ICOs ranging from bounty management on bitcointalk, telegram bot promotion and lots more. In the area of ICO marketing, I and my team have worked with Pycoin, Woldex and Kelta ICOs with successful campaigns. You can reach me via my email officialsirvic@gmail.com or my telegram handle @officialsirvic. Attached here are a few of the projects I have worked with in regards to article writting. BITTWATT 2.docx DATA 3.docx 4NEW 1.docx DATA.docx AIDOC 2.docx
  8. Thanks to the ENU team. Great community, great developers, great ENU
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