Proposal “dash-nigeria-bizdev-merchants-feb-april-“ (Closed)Back

Title:Please Downvote: New proposal posted https://www.dashcentral.org/p/dash-nigeria-bizdev--merchants-may---jul
Owner:Nathanielluz
Monthly amount: 98 DASH (17180 USD)
Completed payments: no payments occurred yet (3 month remaining)
Payment start/end: 2019-01-16 / 2019-04-15 (added on 2019-01-11)
Final voting deadline: in passed
Votes: 0 Yes / 80 No / 8 Abstain
External information: dashnexus.org/proposals/5e860dee-1d0e-4847-944c-a4191e6f994d/overview

Proposal description

Table of Contents 
  1. Executive Summary
  2. Why vote YES?
  3. Proposal Scope February - April 2019
  4. Budget Breakdown


Executive Summary

Despite very scattered funding during 2018 we managed to establish a strong basis to build on for rapid Dash adoption in Nigeria throughout 2019. Based on our recently adopted and since proven BizDev and Merchant focused strategy and general Dash ecosystem trends we project to bring Nigeria to #4 on discoverdash.com during the next two months. We can now expand Dash on the foundation we’ve build in Nigeria where people can now easily acquire and spend Dash at various service providers. We believe to have proven to be a flexible, high delivery and low cost team perfectly suited to bring Dash adoption to Nigeria. To bring this to fruition we however need reliable support from the Dao. Based on our strong deliverables and clear strategy we believe our project is undervalued and should be re-evaluated by the masternode owner community. It’s time to make Nigeria Dash’s next growth market. During February to April we propose to onboard 120 Merchants and 9 big integrations like POS solutions, exchanges and high profile services like Bitpesa and taxify. We will also hold a business conference to foster network effects between individual merchants, work on Dash supply chain integrations, generate new leads and strengthen our presence in the Nigerian business community.


Why Vote Yes?

Charities in Nigeria and Germany Utilize Dash for Market Appeal and Security
Dash Nigeria Increases Merchant and Exchange Integrations
Dash Expands Liquidity in Nigeria As Presidential Candidate Promises Regulations

Despite limited funding we established a solid foundation for continued Dash adoption in Nigeria during 2018. Our most significant results can be seen in the infographic above.

During our past operations we have managed to complete 5 large Dash integrations consisting of:

  • Kurecoinhub.com: Offers a wide array of cryptocurrency services for Dash holders such as buying, selling, interest payments on holdings and Dash backed loans.
  • E-esusu.ng: Offers safe investment and savings services for the unbanked Nigerian population. The service is of high popularity and operates throughout the country. Because of our work Dash is the first and only cryptocurrency on the platform.
  • Yellowcard.io: Easy to access gift card based onboarding solution. Especially interesting for the unbanked population which cannot use regular online exchanges.
  • Tehlex.com: Cryptocurrency exchange. Now offered Dash as the fourth supported coin.
  • Kurepay.com: Multinational provider of a cryptocurrency payments gateway, e-wallet and cryptocurrency card.
We have also attended the African Fintech Festival to generate new integration leads. We’re working with them to establish an integration timeline. We will keep you informed as details emerge. Moreover we have on boarded 77 merchants during November and December and listed them on discoverdash.com. We also finished our new website where interested businesses and consumers can learn about us, Dash and reach out in case they have any inquiry. We are currently not fully operational since our last budget proposal was not approved for unknown reasons. We therefore couldn’t pay our contractors which we are since retaining and are awaiting further Dao support. If you despite our achievements decide to not vote in favor of our proposal we’d highly appreciate your feedback.

Proposal Scope February - April 2019 (Deliverables)
We decided to limit our costs to a bare minimum in order to sustain operations only. For this reasons we plan to onboard 9 large integrations and 120 merchants during February to April. Due to our momentum which we’re starting to pick up securing integrations and merchant sign ups is increasingly becoming easier. However we’d rather only promise the same scope as in our previous proposal in case the market drops further at which point we would need to take appropriate measurements in order to stay solvent. The following integrations are currently in mid to late stage and are scheduled to be completed in the near future:

  • Yellowcard.ioDash currently in beta version. Full launch and push into 8,000 stores across Nigeria. For the duration of this proposal, 3 months, Dash would be available for sale in some hundreds of stores, less than 1,000. Hitting the 8,000 stores mark would take us some more time.
  • Coinbarter.co: No Signup, KYC instant crypto/fiat conversion service.
  • Paylot.co: Bitpay like service for Nigeria. Provides instant settlement options for risk averse merchants. They will accelerate establishing a strong Dash merchant base in Nigeria.
  • Bitfxt.com: Multinational African crypto/fiat exchange. Will offer Dash as their third cryptocurrency.
  • Bitmama.io: Nigeria focused cryptocurrency exchange. It will integrate Dash as their forth cryptocurrency.
  • Xendbit.com: Upcoming semi-decentralized exchange, also offering centralized fiat onramp and credit options.
  • 3 big car dealers: We are integrating Dash into 3 big car resellers. They import cars mainly from Europe and resell them in Nigeria. Because of the downsides of traditional cross border payments Dash fits their needs perfectly. They each move 6 figures per month.
  • Bitpesa.com: No. 1 cryptocurrency based remittance service worldwide.
  • Taxify.eu: One of the top 5 ridesharing services worldwide. It has achieved market dominance throughout Africa and east Europe. Sees Nigeria as a test case for platform wide Dash integration. We’re especially excited about this integration. This is a big one.
We’re constantly replenishing our integrations pipeline and will update the proposal throughout the month as details emerge.

We will have a Merchants Low Cost Adoption meetup program. This would involve holding meetups in a merchants shop, setup new wallets, tip them, and get them to spend a part of it on refreshments at the merchants’ shop. That way, it’s a win-win situation. We envisage a minimum of 10 new participants per meetup. And we would tip each with $10.

We also propose to organize merchant networking events. This would onboard new users and strengthen the Dash community in Lagos, Nigeria. We’d also target 100-150 participants in this event consisting of our Dash merchants, interested new merchants and our sales staff.

This serves multiple purposes in this budget environment. For one it lets us save merchant retention costs we’d otherwise incur in our Dash bootstrapping phase. Secondly it allows us to generate cheap leads and sales of interested, not yet integrated businesses. Thirdly it provides us the opportunity to go for supply chain Dash integrations otherwise not possible in 1 to 1 merchant interactions. We propose to hold one of these during the next three months.

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0 points,2 months ago
Thank you MNOs.
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0 points,2 months ago
DASH Nigeria Set to Alter the Bitcoin Dominance in Africa with Business Crypto Payment Acceptance

https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/dash-nigeria-set-to-alter-the-bitcoin-dominance-in-africa-with-business-crypto-payment-acceptance/

P.S The article titled "How Dash is dominating Nigeria" has received over 10,000 views in 24 hours of it's publishing.

Kwwp supportjng us for more.
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0 points,2 months ago
*keep
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1 point,2 months ago
News: How Dash Is Dominating Nigeria

https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2019/03/how-dash-dominating-nigeria
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1 point,2 months ago
Article on Dash Nigeria activities gets thousands of views.

https://cryptobriefing.com/amp/dash-nigeria-bitcoin/
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1 point,2 months ago
Dash Watch March 26th 2019 Report on
Dash Nigeria BizDev by Nathanielluz
https://dashwatchbeta.org/r/MAR19/dash-nigeria-bizdev-merchants-feb-april-
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1 point,3 months ago
Dash Nigeria in the News...

https://cryptotvplus.com/dash-adoption-conference-seeking-to-promote-currency-use-in-nigeriadash-adoption-conference-seeking-to-promote-currency-use-in-nigeria/?source=push_monkey
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1 point,3 months ago
A brief video on the Dash Adoption Conference in out!!!

https://youtu.be/wcGA0aiWZGQ
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1 point,3 months ago
Dear MNOs and Community,

As a wrap to our work in February, we're pleased to release our video update as a supplement to the Dash Watch Report.

https://youtu.be/BvU6kxgmeZQ

Kindly vote to keep us funded.

I'm available for any questions arising.

Thanks.

Nathaniel Luz
Lead, Dash Nigeria Biz Dev
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1 point,3 months ago
Proposal Update:
Article published on Dash Nigeria Twitter campaign that reached over 10,000 people.

https://cryptotvplus.com/is-this-banking-system-really-helpful-2/
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1 point,3 months ago
Dash Watch February 24th 2019 Report on
Dash Nigeria BizDev by Nathanielluz
https://dashwatchbeta.org/r/FEB19/dash-nigeria-bizdev-merchants-feb-april-
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1 point,4 months ago
Proposal Update:

GigaLayer Web Services Integrates Dash Expanding Usability Options in Africa, thanks to Dash Nigeria.
https://dashnews.org/gigalayer-web-services-integrates-dash-expanding-usability-options-in-africa/
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4 points,4 months ago
Coming by to check on this proposal. I'm pleasantly surprised that it is passing! This is great news for adoption and our growth in Africa, and Nigeria specifically.

Funding teams like this is the simplest way to spread adoption, as we can clearly see from our commanding lead in the cryptospace. With over 4800 stores accepting Dash directly, there is no one within 1000 miles of us.

Don't let the price fool you either. Even though the 'market' is tanking, by fair value Dash has been GROWING, by over $100 this last month, up to $370. So people ARE noticing our efforts and investing in Dash as a result. As a reminder, fair value uses on chain metrics to arrive at a price, exchange data is off-chain so its basically a guess.

We all have to do our part to further adoption. Funding teams like Nathaniel's is precisely the work that needs to be accomplished before we can say that Dash is Digital Cash for everyone. So let's keep it up everyone, this time next year I hope to have 30,000 stores accepting us in Nigeria!
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5 points,4 months ago
Reluctantly voting yes. There seems to be a lot of waste that needs to be cleaned up and some expenditures that aren't prudent in a bear market that needs to be reduced.

The work is good just overpriced and a bit over-exaggerated IMO. I'm big on adoption in Africa so this prop gets a pass from me this month but no guarantees next month, I will be watching closely.

P.S. Please don't PM spam me about this proposal anymore, Thanks
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4 points,4 months ago
Thanks for voting yes. The tips would be reduced from $10 to between $2 - $5 as you suggested. All accounts of the tips would be provided to Dash Watch.

Apologies on the spam.

Thanks for your support.
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6 points,4 months ago
Luz , you been doing a lot of outreach in Nigeria and Africa .
you been doing amazing work , been very active in the community and you got my support ! good luck
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3 points,4 months ago
Thanks a lot. These encouragements mean a lot to me and my team.
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3 points,4 months ago
Massive remittance market; millions unbanked, but with cell access - Africa is begging for Dash and this team passed the DashWatch with flying colors and stayed the course while being unfunded for many months.
We need to get a toehold in Africa - other coins are already moving in.
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1 point,4 months ago
Yes. We want to keep working for Dash and we hope we're successful with this proposal.

Thanks for your support.
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1 point,4 months ago
An End in Sight for Dash Nigeria?

The next few voting hours are very much crucial as they will make or mar much of our efforts for several months.

1. https://beta.yellowcard.io launch will not be able to hold as we have to fulfill our part of the bargain. That which this proposal funds. This integration took us 7 months to complete. All we have to do now is get it launched.

This was supposed to get Dash being sold at 8,000 stores in Nigeria. Might no longer work.

2. https://bitpesa.co integration will be halted. Thisis the largest remittance company in Africa.

3. Taxify integration would be halted.

4. Getting importers to pay with Dash. They move 6 figures monthly buying cars from Europe.

5. We were in a deficit of $2,500 since December and have to get in resolved. Kindly see Dash Watch report for evidence.

6. Continuous integrations and merchants campaign would be halted. This is as I can't keep working without pay after being in a deficit of $2,500 and losing a number of proposals.

We have delivered well in the last few months and can be testified by many.

We're surprised at having our last proposal fail and this current one having 150 NO VOTES without comments to that regard.

Dash Watch Reports, Dash News articles and the comments on our proposal on are all positive showing proof of our works.

Want to strengthen Dash in Nigeria? Then vote YES
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3 points,4 months ago
You have my support
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3 points,4 months ago
Thanks a lot. We appreciate every support we've received.

Together, let's make Nigeria Dashy...
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0 points,4 months ago
8000 stores selling dash*. - correction
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0 points,4 months ago
8000 merchants?, How many tx per day, and churn out rate of merchants?
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0 points,4 months ago
8,000 stores selling Dash in Nigeria not 8,000 merchants.

This is possible via the yellowcard launch.

Thanks.
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3 points,4 months ago
You have my support, good luck.
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2 points,4 months ago
Thanks for your support.
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4 points,5 months ago
Hello MNOs , I beseech you to give Nathanielluz's group this funding to keep them going; keep up their momentum. They've been an amazing asset to Dash. I have not been able to read Dash Watch's report, as the site is down ATM, but I'm expecting a great report card. Nathanielluz has been great with communication that I've seen. If that report is good, please support this project because we need to keep momentum going in every part of the world. If Dash is accepted and used everywhere, it will be the most powerful payment network ever!
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3 points,4 months ago
Thanks for your support.
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4 points,5 months ago
Dash Watch January 25th 2019 Report on
Dash Nigeria BizDev by Nathanielluz
https://dashwatchbeta.org/r/JAN19/BusinessandMerchantIntegrationinNigeria
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3 points,4 months ago
Dear MNOs, please see Dash Watch Report.

Evidence of our works thus far.

Thanks.
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3 points,5 months ago
Dear MNOs,

We noticed that there have been issues with our mode of communication, and several people couldn't understand our video clearly due to the difference in accent and language barriers.

We've added an English subtitle to our proposal video.

Kindly view here:
https://youtu.be/_9Ij1XVBwcY

Looking forward to your votes and feedback.
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3 points,5 months ago
ok guys, you have my votes. I can see on discoverdash that things are starting to happen in Nigeria, keep up the good work.
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3 points,5 months ago
Thanks for the support. Nigeria is currently number 8th position on discover dash merchants ranking.

With this proposal, we should comfortably be in the top 3.
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5 points,5 months ago
The weekly meetup giveaways need to be reduced to $2-5 dollars. That is what we did with the Dash Force meetups due to the bear market and it will stay that way for a long time. $10 is too much, especially for your region.
It looks like the same ten or so people show up every week and collect $10. The idea is to grow the meetups with different people. I would limit the amount of free giveaways to $5-10 per month per person.


It says you are spending $1500 a month on large events. Where is the video and pictures from these events. Seems like a lot to spend in a bear market unless the ROI is way up there, I see no evidence this is the case however.

How many of these $1500 events have been held? The cost breakdown is for....
1 Venue
2 Event promotion
3 Refreshments
Can you give me the numbers for each of the 3 expenses.
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1 point,5 months ago
Thanks for the comment.

1. The weekly meetup was a concept we got from a call with George of Dash Columbia. It's not like the regular meetup. The idea is to get the participants to spend the Dash at the merchants place and have some little change left. It's a double edged means of getting new merchants and users once. The meetups would hold in the shops of different merchants that want to start accepting Dash/ already accept Dash. That's why we have $10 per tip. We would look to reduce the tip depending on where the meetup will be held.
Reducing the tip would enable us tip more people. Data from the tips would be shared with Dash Watch.

2. We were to hold one of the events for November and December each last year but the decline in price affected it and we stated it in our DW reports.

We'd be contracting an event planner to plan the event within our budget of $1,500, because the total amount can hardly get you an event hall in Lagos. Kindly see the most used venue booking platform for transparency https://ogavenue.com.ng/conference-centers-in-lagos/victoria-island/for-200-400-guests

There's hardly a hall for the total budget we made for hall, publicity, refreshment, logistics. Event planners have a way of working around your budget to give you your desired event.

Thanks.
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1 point,5 months ago
3. Also, it's not $1,500 monthly on a large event. This 3month proposal has only 1 of such events. If this proposal passes, it would make it 1 Dash event in about 7 months in Nigeria. We think in a bear market, 2-3 events annually wouldn't be too much. In this case, it's 1 events in 7 months.

Thanks.
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6 points,5 months ago
These guys keep banging the work out, despite very intermittent funding. I have found Nathaniel Luz to be super responsive to questions, concerns, and even constructive criticism. Including https://kurecoinhub.com/

That integration allows people to buy, sell, and save Dash (with interest) or even get a loan against deposited Dash. What other countries even have this?

Voting Yes, solarguy
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3 points,5 months ago
Thanks greatly for your support. Appreciated.
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3 points,5 months ago
Easily one of the BEST proposals this month!
I´m deeply ashamed of all the no voters in here, who are apparently too lazy to take a look at all what Nathaniel and his team accomplished on behalf of Dash and with very little funding so far. Dash Watch in their last report has pretty much confirmed the integrity and efforts of this wonderful endeavour.
Voting Yes
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3 points,5 months ago
Thanks for your support. Appreciated.
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5 points,5 months ago
Don't forget to support this team in Africa that's doing all the right things to get Dash adoption there?

We can support both Venezuela and W. Africa.
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3 points,5 months ago
Thanks for your support.
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3 points,5 months ago
Nathaniel, I am getting the impression that you and/or your business associates are actually among the operators of Kurecoin. Is this the case?

Also, I've a question about the contents of your most recent video. What do you mean when you say that your partners are relying on you and your team "for liquidity"? Has this expectation been met for all your partners?

Thank you for answering these questions.
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3 points,5 months ago
Hi Callalilly,

1. No We are not. Kurecoin is a famous ICO project from Nigeria. Though Nigerian, we met first at the World Blockchain Forum, Dubai (I was among the organising team, they came to meet investors I suppose. You may find out more about them online. CEO is Abikure Tega.

2. Partners? Companies such as Yellowcard.io made a condition of liquidity being provided. We accepted and connected them to an OTC exchange in Nigeria.

Thanks.
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1 point,5 months ago
Thank you.
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1 point,5 months ago
Thanks for the questions. We appreciate when we hear concerns and feedback.
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3 points,5 months ago
Indeed, considering how easy to use and how much business bitrefill.com is doing, Dash branded gift cards would be a perfect daily growth strategy. This team is not only focusing on traditional boots-on-the-ground adoption, they are also innovating adoption and growth strategies.

Is it any wonder then that they cannot get funded!? These guys have the potential to double, maybe triple our daily volume of 10k a day in the year with ideas like this.
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1 point,5 months ago
This comment was in reply to @T-Heights
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2 points,5 months ago
a) Yellowcard giftcards with Dash units ----> early adopter phase of adoption curve is technical-savvy users (registering for exchanges, submitting ID docs, figuring out how to exchange)---> next phase with much larger % of consumers is easy in-person purchases

b) this is the 1st proposal in history of the Dash-network to bring forth the model of giftcards with Dash units on them? This is a potentially ground-breaking strategy to increase Dash units purchases globally
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2 points,5 months ago
Yes, you're right. We've been working on this innovation for 8 months now and we'd be glad to get this proposal pass so we can pay the manpower to get this rolling...

Thanks for your support.
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0 points,5 months ago
Update: Dash Nigeria BizDev announcement: Kurepay.com integration now live!

We’re happy to announce our Dash integration into the payment services of kurepay.com.

Kurepay now offers its merchants to accept Dash and optionally instant convert the received funds to fiat.

Kurepay features payouts in 30 fiat currencies, a mobile android app and services 1000 merchants with a clear strategy for expansion.

Their service enables us to now also convert risk averse merchants which require volatility hedging.

At the same time this integration is one of our first channel partner targeted at merchant adoption. They will operate alongside with us with no additional cost to onboard even more Dash merchants in Nigeria and Africa in general.

We’re now working with them to update their existing client base for Dash acceptance and list them on discoverdash.

We’re making Nigeria the next big Dash growth market. If you want us to continue making Dash the currency of Nigeria please support our proposal.
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6 points,5 months ago
I feel it is extremely important to keep pushing Dash in emerging economies. We're doing a bang up job in Venezuela, but it seems to have come at a cost to our teams in Nigeria and Ghana especially. I think it's a big mistake to drop our support for our teams in Western Africa, who have been relentless and energetic in their work on-boarding local and not so local companies. There is so much potential for growth as well as making a difference in Africa. Africa has the highest credit card and banking fraud rates, thus banks just don't want to do business there. This means the economy is stagnant, normal people can't build anything/sell anything. (I understand I'm using absolutes, but it's almost absolute)

I don't think we have to worry about this team; they've been working hard for over a year now and I don't think trust is an issue. Dash can NOT be defrauded, only people and banks can. Thus, Dash is the way out of this stalemate.

No, Dash will not see billions of dollars flow into the Market Cap on this proposal, but with Dash being the catalyst for change, for releasing talented Entrepreneurs and making trade possible, 5-10 maybe 20 years from now, we will see Africa's buying pressure influence the price of Dash and the worth of Dash's network. Also, the more world wide Dash is adopted, the more useful Dash and the Dash network are. This is the real, functional and undisputed way of increasing your Dash worth, and it takes on the ground work. Our Dash Evangelists are precious commodities and we need to start supporting them better! Please vote yes, keep them going!
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2 points,5 months ago
Thanks for the encouragement.
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3 points,5 months ago
This is a clear yes. Africa is a huge growth zone. There are hundreds of millions of young people with experience with mobile and digital payments. So we definitely have a market. They also frequently experience currency crises like in Zimbabwe and like in Venezuela, thus there is incentive for people to use it over their own national currency.

As Ryan said in this interview with DataDash, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZnjV7zhTPQ, almost ALL of the work for Venezuela came from the local grassroots communities that sprung up. This team is just like that.

They've been working for more than the last year in order to spread adoption. Already there are 70 stores on DiscoverDash.com, although they will not list that country for some reason. Therefore, it makes sense that if we want to repeat the successes we've seen in Venezuela, then we have to start funding the teams that are working towards that on the ground. I can't help but notice we've recently defunded all the Africa teams.

KuvaCash, the team in Ghana, also the team in Haiti. With Dashboost also pushing them out. This is clearly detrimental behavior, and thus can be considered as a potential attack on the network. Considering the great lengths our detractors have gone to these last 5 years, it stands to reason that attacking us by using the cover of racism against black teams (so the backlash stays within the community instead of going to them) would be the most easy way to stifle our adoption, and prevent another Venezuela situation.

We have embarassed the ENTIRE crypto community! In one short year we have shown that they have all been sleeping at the wheel! We went from 500 stores accepting us last year, to 4500+! 500 is more stores than accept the original Bitcoin! Bitcoin Cash is accpted at maybe 700 stores online and in real life. We have completely blown them out of the water! So it make sense that our enemies would wish to slow us down and make inroads themselves in these growth markets.

Africa and Asia will hold 9/10ths of the world's population in 100 years. Whoever wins there, wins the cryptocurrency race. We are the ONLY coin with the ability to self-fund our adoption and rapidly increase our userbase. This is why trolls attack those who wish to give Dash away, because they do not want us to expand our economy.

Gentlemen, this is the last barrier to mass adoption. Once we clear this hurdle, the damn will break and we're looking at tens, even hundreds of thousands of organic transactions per day. That means demand will be through the ceiling, with a fixed supply. If you have a masternode,
vote YES for this proposal and make your investment really worth it!
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1 point,5 months ago
Thanks for your support. We're looking forward to building a Dashy Nigeria!!
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3 points,5 months ago
These guys are rock'in it in Nigeria/west Africa! Lets show them some love, finally, this month!
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2 points,5 months ago
Thanks for your support.
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5 points,5 months ago
voting YES. Personally, I want to see some emphasis on 'Dash as a store of wealth' too. Saving money is important, and Dash can be part of that. I am a fan of CrowdNode.
Have you connected with 'Dash Core Group' in relation to some back-up when it comes to approaching BitPesa?
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3 points,5 months ago
Thanks for your support.

On savings, we got Dash integrated with Esusu.africa, though they're still in beta.

We connected with Dash Core Group previously in making the beta.yellowcard.io integration a success. We'd connect with them again for Bitpesa.co, we simply want to get to some level with the integration first. Thanks for the reminder.
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3 points,5 months ago
You've got my vote. Hang in there Nathaniel, surely the MN tide will turn in your favour.
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2 points,5 months ago
Thanks for the support. I'm positive.
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5 points,5 months ago
I'm unclear on why this proposal has recieved so many no votes, could someone explain?
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2 points,5 months ago
This is very strange to us. We've delivered on our promises even after Dash fell losing over 60% of the budget allocated.

We've delivered on solid integrations with the potentials of bringing in thousands of new users to Dash. One of such is beta.Yellowcard.io.

We're on the process of integrating Dash into Bitpesa.co and Taxify.

We hope to have explanations regarding the negative votes while expecting that this proposal passes ultimately.

Thanks for the support.
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3 points,5 months ago
You are really committed, you have my support.
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2 points,5 months ago
Thanks for recognising our commitment to making Nigeria Dashy. Thanks also for your support.

It's our hope that our works would be appreciated and we'd have this proposal pass.
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7 points,5 months ago
Come on guys !!
Please vote in favour of Nathaniel's proposal
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3 points,5 months ago
Thanks for your support.

It's actually strange seeing negative votes without comments to that regard.

We hope the community appreciated our works and votes to get us funded.
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