Cardano launches an ambassador program to increase positive contribution


IOHK’s Maki Mukai announced that they are launching the Cardano Ambassador Program.

The program is for people in the Cardano community who go the extra mile and make positive contributions to the project.

They have identified four roles for the Ambassador Program initially that help build the community. The roles are the following:
  • moderators
  • content creators
  • translators
  • meetup organizers

The people who become ambassadors could be organizing meetups in their local area of helping translate Cardano information into other languages.

Community members will be able to nominate a potential Ambassador by filling a form on Ambassador Page. Most ambassador programs allow you to invite your friends to join the program. This one is no different.

Let’s break down every role within the ambassador program.

Meetup organizers are people who want to or already are hosting Cardano meetups regularly. These meetups can be organized for a technical or non-technical audience and can be hosted in a variety of formats.

Those interested in becoming meetup organizers should contact the Cardano community team to set up a local group on meetup.com.

They must hold at least two meetups with a minimum of 10 attendees and arrange a meetup at least once every three months.

Moderators are people who help Cardano to maintain a safe and active community.

To become a moderator, one needs a deep understanding of social media platforms and must be active daily, as well as receive approval from current moderators.

Content creators are members who create informative and engaging content for the community and the wider world about Cardano.

Content creators are required to have produced at least three pieces of content and must share at least one piece of content per month.

Translators are people who translate content to help Cardano grow in non-English speaking regions.

The interested members must have translated at least 3,000 words of which at least 1,000 words must have been translated in the past month.

What about rewards?

Most ambassador programs will offer rewards to their top performing ambassadors, but there isn’t any sign of rewards on their page at the moment. This may change later, but either way, it is a good way to build up your personal brand and a community behind it.

 


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Samuel Tan

Samuel Wan has been an analyst and cryptocurrency evangelist for the last few years. Previously he worked as a consultant for a Big 4 consulting firm and is passionate about how blockchain will make an impact in the world. You can contact Sam at s@cryptomenow.com

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