There are many elements of the community governance document which need to be discussed in the coming weeks and months.
To kick-start the process, the first and most important step is to agree the role of a community leader, and secondly, to choose the first batch of leaders who will drive our community momentum going forward.
Please join this discussion.
- Provide your feedback on the role of the community leader. What do you agree or disagree with? What would you like to add?
- If you are interested in becoming a leader, introduce yourself to the community and tell us why you are interested.
“The first group of leaders will become historical founders of the NULS community. This is history in the making! If you want to be part of something truly great, and are keen to shape and influence, not only the vision of NULS, but blockchain in the wider world – then speak up! “
Reaper Ran, Director of Community Operations
Role Of The Community Leader
Agree, disagree, or add your ideas:
- Community leaders are defined by country. No more than one community leader can be elected from each country.
- We will select 8 community leaders at first, these will be recruited from the following countries: Singapore, United States, China, Russia, United Kingdom, South Korea, Japan and India.
- Once a new country builds a local community of 500 people or more, that country can apply to the NULS Foundation for country status and the position of a local community leader.
- In order to be eligible to run for community leader election, the candidate must hold 20,000 NULS tokens and have already created a NULS node.
- Evaluation of community leader candidates will be based on their influence. The NULS Foundation will choose leaders in a transparent and open manner. Note: Social influence will be taken into consideration, such as number of active Twitter, FB, Discord, QQ Group, Line, Weibo and WeChat followers. If a leader is reported more than 3 times by the community for misbehavior such as buying social media fans, they will be disqualified, or if elected, removed from their position.
- Community leaders should take responsibility for the construction, business development and brand marketing activities of their own communities.
- Community leaders should build their own local teams for future development.
- Issue at least one monthly work report of activities in English to the community.
- A community leader will be dismissed if they receive 3 or more dismal complaints from nodes in the community. The next candidate in line will take their position.
- Community leaders are entrusted with the running of an agent node, requiring 200,000 NULS to be staked from the NULS Foundation. A community leader will receive up to 80% commission from it for discretionary spending and building of their community, and the remainder will return to the community fund.
- The community leader submits a budget to the NULS Foundation, which require 70% node member approval in order to pass.