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April 18, 2018, 11:12:46 PM
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Here is an article that tackles the size of opportunity blockchain brings to Software Developers and how NEM can be part of it!
Read more: http://bit.ly/Blockchain-brings-opportunities



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April 19, 2018, 05:54:45 AM
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NEM.io  Foundation will be participating in the Global Blockchain Conference 2018 in Kuala Lumpur this 23-24 April. Find out more at http://www.globalblockchainkl.com

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Blockchain Malaysia and Global Blockchain Conference are bringing you "Networking and Cocktail session" on the brand new NEM Blockchain Centre, the biggest blockchain centre in the whole Asia region.
Full details here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nem-blockchain-networking-cocktail-session-tickets-45011273932

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April 19, 2018, 02:36:11 PM
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MyCoinvest targets all users, experts and beginners for crypto currency and then uses NEM blockchain as backend to push their solution using nem mosaic to represent btc, eth, stellar, etc. as homogeneous solutions on one platform. Is that something important for further development?
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April 19, 2018, 06:28:24 PM
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Here's a curated list of Telegram channels related to #NEM! Stay connected and updated. Join the growing NEM community!
https://github.com/Sateetje/awesome-nem-telegram

that´s a great list. This should be linked to the official homepage to find it easily.

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We are delighted to announce that the #NEM team will be present at the #Consensus 2018 event on May 14-16 at the New York Hilton Midtown! See you there! https://www.coindesk.com/events/consensus-2018/ … #NEMTakeover #NEMEcosystem #NEMCatapult
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April 20, 2018, 07:51:20 PM
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Market seems to be moving again. Let's hope NEM can grow with this bump to reach former status in top 10 or even top 5 of all coins!
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April 21, 2018, 07:34:50 AM
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Market seems to be moving again. Let's hope NEM can grow with this bump to reach former status in top 10 or even top 5 of all coins!
The whole market moved, and good Altcoins, like XEM will move most significantly.
Let's wait a couple of days to take profits, everyone.

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April 21, 2018, 08:59:17 AM
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https://medium.com/nemofficial/an-interview-with-nem-core-developer-bloody-rookie-4b05c340773d

Nice interview with one of the catapult core devs. Worth a read  Wink

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April 21, 2018, 09:08:24 AM
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I think a lot of projects are waiting on catapult and the features it will allow. That is one of the reasons, why NEM will grow much in the future.
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April 21, 2018, 09:21:41 AM
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I think a lot of projects are waiting on catapult and the features it will allow. That is one of the reasons, why NEM will grow much in the future.


sure it will give it a push, but a lot of companies and projects are already testing it, since it´s available for devs. The adoption is a highly important fact, and that´s what is increasing right now too

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April 21, 2018, 10:02:46 AM
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https://medium.com/nemofficial/an-interview-with-nem-core-developer-bloody-rookie-4b05c340773d

Nice interview with one of the catapult core devs. Worth a read  Wink

again ...
in these interviews is got that kind of picture that some activity is expected from the community.

From my point of view I am a little bit disappointed on me, coz have stuck in this site. Twitter, Telegrams, etc, are too new for me Sad
And the biggest issue to "learn" new media is the rush in the civil life. Sometimes the future there matters more than the futures of crypto coins Smiley

Well, but I promise to send a message in the near future to Bloody Rookie et al.  Wink


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April 21, 2018, 12:13:00 PM
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https://medium.com/nemofficial/an-interview-with-nem-core-developer-bloody-rookie-4b05c340773d

Nice interview with one of the catapult core devs. Worth a read  Wink

He's having a moan at the community again. Fair enough. But in the past the core team have rarely acknowledged any community effort and weren't remotely interested in interacting with them or listening to suggestions. That hasn't fostered an atmosphere that encourages people to pitch in.

That's changing now but a lot of potential has been squandered and I'm sure people have walked to other more inclusive projects.

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April 21, 2018, 01:27:19 PM
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https://medium.com/nemofficial/an-interview-with-nem-core-developer-bloody-rookie-4b05c340773d

Nice interview with one of the catapult core devs. Worth a read  Wink

He's having a moan at the community again. Fair enough. But in the past the core team have rarely acknowledged any community effort and weren't remotely interested in interacting with them or listening to suggestions. That hasn't fostered an atmosphere that encourages people to pitch in.

That's changing now but a lot of potential has been squandered and I'm sure people have walked to other more inclusive projects.


The case is probably such that in the beginning it was the product's tech part, which was the target.
That did not require so much from the masses. It was enough that there were few coders, few usability people, and a group of eager testers.

But the marketing is another thing. That requires, or if not requiring, but likes masses Smiley

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April 21, 2018, 01:59:09 PM
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https://medium.com/nemofficial/an-interview-with-nem-core-developer-bloody-rookie-4b05c340773d

Nice interview with one of the catapult core devs. Worth a read  Wink

He's having a moan at the community again. Fair enough. But in the past the core team have rarely acknowledged any community effort and weren't remotely interested in interacting with them or listening to suggestions. That hasn't fostered an atmosphere that encourages people to pitch in.

That's changing now but a lot of potential has been squandered and I'm sure people have walked to other more inclusive projects.

I've noticed that too. It did seem more difficult to really connect with the devs as far as making our own contributions, though they've always been very responsive to technical support types of issues. I honestly think it's simply that temperament wise, the NEM developers aren't really people or relationship oriented. They're very focused on coding and the technology and being personable and engaging is a whole other skill set.

I've watched a few of the Inside NEM episodes, and I think Alexandra Tinsman comes across as very friendly and personable. It may be that her job responsibilities could and maybe should also include community engagement, organizing community efforts, etc. Or, if she already has her hands full with the marketing efforts, then maybe someone with a similar demeanor should be hired for things like community and investor relations.

This is a situation where honestly, no one is doing anything wrong, but there is a critical need not being met. Hiring the right person to meet that need would make all the difference.
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April 21, 2018, 02:30:00 PM
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I've watched a few of the Inside NEM episodes, and I think Alexandra Tinsman comes across as very friendly and personable. It may be that her job responsibilities could and maybe should also include community engagement, organizing community efforts, etc. Or, if she already has her hands full with the marketing efforts, then maybe someone with a similar demeanor should be hired for things like community and investor relations.

She's very good and I hope she does more.

It is improving rapidly with meetups and much more active social media accounts and so on, but had similar engagement happened in the earlier days it's likely things would be considerably further along.

Better to be ground up than top down.

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April 21, 2018, 04:07:20 PM
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I am really glad things are improving, and I don't think it will be long before things catch up to a level we think they should be. We can't go back in time, but the future looks bright.

I've watched a few of the Inside NEM episodes, and I think Alexandra Tinsman comes across as very friendly and personable. It may be that her job responsibilities could and maybe should also include community engagement, organizing community efforts, etc. Or, if she already has her hands full with the marketing efforts, then maybe someone with a similar demeanor should be hired for things like community and investor relations.

She's very good and I hope she does more.

It is improving rapidly with meetups and much more active social media accounts and so on, but had similar engagement happened in the earlier days it's likely things would be considerably further along.

Better to be ground up than top down.

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April 21, 2018, 04:31:49 PM
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in these interviews is got that kind of picture that some activity is expected from the community.

Yes. Network effects are very important to the value of a cryptocurrency. More active engagement - whether technical or social - is encouraged and needed.

From my point of view I am a little bit disappointed on me, coz have stuck in this site. Twitter, Telegrams, etc, are too new for me Sad
And the biggest issue to "learn" new media is the rush in the civil life. Sometimes the future there matters more than the futures of crypto coins Smiley

This thread has been barely monitored in favor of the NEM forum (https://forum.nem.io/) for a few years now. There are other more active communities (e.g. Telegram) and more recently longer form posts on Medium have begun.

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April 21, 2018, 04:38:04 PM
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But in the past the core team have rarely acknowledged any community effort and weren't remotely interested in interacting with them or listening to suggestions. That hasn't fostered an atmosphere that encourages people to pitch in.

I would have to disagree with this. Both the Nano wallet and the NEM library/sdk efforts were started by the community. The responsible developers were rewarded with jobs in the NEM foundation and continue to contribute positively to the ecosystem. There is also that whole community fund thing.

As far as I know, people interested in interacting have generally been engaged. The NEM foundation has a whole team for this purpose. Maybe you know of some counterexamples?

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April 21, 2018, 04:50:43 PM
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I've noticed that too. It did seem more difficult to really connect with the devs as far as making our own contributions, though they've always been very responsive to technical support types of issues. I honestly think it's simply that temperament wise, the NEM developers aren't really people or relationship oriented. They're very focused on coding and the technology and being personable and engaging is a whole other skill set.

Lol. It's called division of responsibilities and delegation.

If you go back in the NEM time machine, you'll find that the core developers were much more active earlier on in the project before the first "Marketing Lead" (xtester) was brought on. It was an intentional decision to separate into two teams - development and marketing - at that time. With that separation in place, there was less need for the core developers to directly engage in marketing activities. Nonetheless, any technical people who wanted to join the project could reach out to us.

As time went on, the division became starker and became far more formalized around two years ago. The development team partnered with TB to begin catapult development. The marketing team evolved into the NEM foundation and focused on NEM1 marketing.

You can disagree on the effectiveness of this approach, but it's a bit unfair to claim the developers are not personable. This is all by design. Building catapult from scratch requires a LOT of effort and focus and some insulation was needed to hasten development.

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April 21, 2018, 05:37:13 PM
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I've noticed that too. It did seem more difficult to really connect with the devs as far as making our own contributions, though they've always been very responsive to technical support types of issues. I honestly think it's simply that temperament wise, the NEM developers aren't really people or relationship oriented. They're very focused on coding and the technology and being personable and engaging is a whole other skill set.

Lol. It's called division of responsibilities and delegation.

If you go back in the NEM time machine, you'll find that the core developers were much more active earlier on in the project before the first "Marketing Lead" (xtester) was brought on. It was an intentional decision to separate into two teams - development and marketing - at that time. With that separation in place, there was less need for the core developers to directly engage in marketing activities. Nonetheless, any technical people who wanted to join the project could reach out to us.

As time went on, the division became starker and became far more formalized around two years ago. The development team partnered with TB to begin catapult development. The marketing team evolved into the NEM foundation and focused on NEM1 marketing.

You can disagree on the effectiveness of this approach, but it's a bit unfair to claim the developers are not personable. This is all by design. Building catapult from scratch requires a LOT of effort and focus and some insulation was needed to hasten development.

I think what people are commenting on is that there seems to have been a gap in reaching out and interacting with the community between the time the decision was made to have devs focus on development (a totally legit decision) and the time that marketing and outreach efforts have gotten more formalized and underway.

I don't think it's going to make a huge difference in the long run, but yes, there has been a significant time when there didn't seem to be much communication between the dev team and the community. Again, I don't think anyone did anything wrong. It's just something I'm glad to see is being remedied by better marketing/outreach efforts and expanding the team.
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