Team is pleased to announce the first Dafinauts ambassador program. The brand-new initiative will help them empower the community to participate in the adoption of their limitless rewards protocol.
Dafinauts will be in charge of promoting awareness and educating newcomers about DAFI. These active individuals will go above and beyond their duties to support and give feedback on the steady growth of their network by offering timely, consistent, and beneficial contributions.
Developers, content creators, moderators, translators, event planners, artists, designers, and everyone is welcome to champion the voice of DAFI.
As a Dafinaut, you will get the chance to meet their team and partners, engage with the team about different things, and help spread the word about DAFI. You will be entitled to exclusive perks for your active commitment.
Initially the number of Dafinauts will be limited to only a select few members, based on previous activity while team is trialling this out it will then be rolled out to larger numbers of community members over time.
DAFI Protocol reinvents how every decentralized network is rewarded. By creating synthetics pegged to different decentralized networks, every blockchain and cryptocurrency can create a dToken flavor to reward their early users while still enhancing scarcity when demand is low.
DAFI can reward a network even when demand declines by issuing synthetics that will reward user’s later — instead of earlier. This approach will change the foundation of all staking, liquidity, and even social reward systems for the entire decentralized world.
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