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7 passionate members from the Komodo community each received 777 KMD this week for their contributions to the project over the past year. We are grateful for their exemplary efforts in building and promoting Komodo Platform.
There are so many people in the Komodo community who enable us to develop open-source technologies for the betterment of society. We thank everyone who embodies the Komodo spirit and shares our common goal of achieving freedom through technology. You all motivate us to keep driving innovation forward, and we’re lucky to have your help at every step of the way.
We felt like these seven contributors have gone above and beyond throughout this year. They are true pillars of our community who are highly deserving of this award. We’re truly thankful for their passion, dedication, time, and energy.
John is a Komodo ambassador who has been an advocate for several years at both virtual and in-person blockchain conferences. In January, John gave a presentation about Komodo’s atomic swap technology and DEX technology at the Tokyo FinTech event. In April, John and I had a conversation about his experience as a Komodo community member.
Regnar has been actively maintaining the Komodo Telegram community channel and AtomicDEX Telegram community channel for years. Whenever a user has a question, Regnar is always there to provide answers.
AcuraAlong with Regnar, Acura shows constant support and passion for Komodo by managing our official Telegram channels. Besides providing answers to community questions, Acura distributes various content pieces related to Komodo technology.
SoldatSoldat has represented Komodo for years by networking with people and maintaining Komodo’s official LinkedIn account. Soldat is also Komodo’s French ambassador, helping present our technology to French-speaking investors, entrepreneurs, and developers.
BarvBarv has made a tremendous contribution to both Komodo ...
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