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Proposal “BuildingADashyAfricaPhase2“ (Closed)Back
|Title:||Building a Dashy Africa - Phase 2|
|One-time payment:||72 DASH (7766 USD)|
|Completed payments:||1 totaling in 72 DASH (0 month remaining)|
|Payment start/end:||2018-05-19 / 2018-06-17 (added on 2018-05-15)|
|Votes:||591 Yes / 103 No / 42 Abstain|
Building a Dashy Africa – Phase 2
Article About DashyAfrica
This proposal will achieve the following and more:
Expansion of the DASH Africa Ambassadors Program Academy (Creation of more content in English and French)
- 3 DASH conferences in Nigeria
- Integrating more businesses to adopt DASH as a means of Payment in Nigeria
- Continuous DASH Meetups and Ambassadors Drive across Africa
- Seek to make DASH the most adopted cryptocurrency in Africa
- Publication of 3,000 informative Dash brochures (bilingual) to be shared at events.
- Content would be sourced from https://dashafrica.org
- Expansion of the DASH Africa Ambassadors Program Academy (Creation of more content in English and French)
2. Partnership with other organizations
We will partner with organizations who share thesame ideology with us and speak at their events. We will do presentations
to the audience and members and have an inquirydesk at the event were people could come for more information.
$1,000 * 4 events = $4,000
3. Publication of 3,000 informative DASH brochures
These brochures would be a guide to newbies onDASH. We hope to reach thousands of people through this.
$3 * 3,000 = $9,000
4. Dash Fintech Conference Lagos
This is a breakaway from the norm. After several events reaching out to mostly students and youths, the Dash Fintech Conference this would be the first conference for professionals. It's high time Dash awareness in Nigeria gets to the industrial players of the economy.
To this end, we plan to host key players fromthebanking industry, Directors of large corporations, and Entrepreneurs at the
Dash Fintech Conference Lagos.
Part B - Translation, Outreach and Community Development
1. Translation of Dash content to Dagbani
There is a need to translate Dash content to Dagbani, a local language in Dash with over 1 million speakers. This local Dash
school would increase the velocity and massive adoption of Dash in Ghana.
2. Dash Clubs
There are Dash clubs in five schools with the aim of promoting Dash in their respective schools. They would be trained,
equipped and released as Dash ambassadors tofoster individual and merchant adoption of Dash in Ghana.
3. Dash Community Connect
The Dash clubs will have a programcalled"Dash community connect". With this project, we will have a
community which will cover activities such as #Dashfestival where Dash block chain technology will be explained in local dialect
to the entire community members. This would be a Dash-only event and all transactions will be strictlyin Dash.
4. School - Media Connect-
With this, we will be engaging the media houses, especially the local media houses to train its presenters and they will
further help promote dash on their variousprograms and other platforms. We will also have at least two local interviews
on Dash block chain technology.
TOTAL = $28,500
Total $28,500 at $410/Dash (Current Price +5% Volatility Buffer) = 69 Dash
Remuneration = 2 Dash
Escrow Fee = 4 Dash
Risk Fee = 5 Dash
Proposal Fee = 5 Dash
Total = 85 Dash
Remaining Funds From BADA Phase 1 = 13 Dash
Grand Total = 85 Dash - 13 Dash = 72 Dash
The objective of this proposal is to take Dash from a “speculative asset” to a “cryptocurrency with utility” in Africa. Once
more businesses and schools are on-boarded and conferences are completed, benefits will be obvious and demand will grow. People of Africa will demand Dash for their transactions as it solves many problems with their national currency, including portability, security, and perpetual inflation. We will make Dash ubiquitous in Africa with high utility and velocity - with its greater security, medium-of-exchange and store-of-value properties than legacy currencies.
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