Learn What it Takes to Become the Next Ontology Harbinger

Harbinger: one that initiates a major change; a person or thing that originates or helps open up a new activity, method, or technology; pioneer (cited from Merriam-Webster Dictionary).

The Ontology Harbinger team was first introduced in March, 2020. This program has been successful in helping us build a stronger global community presence.

To celebrate the 3rd anniversary of our MainNet launch, we are excited to launch our Harbinger Program v2 to further expand and grow Ontology’s community and ecosystem around the world.

What is an Ontology Harbinger?

Harbingers are exceptional leaders that help Ontology continue to grow its community and ecosystem, making it an ever-stronger blockchain, and decentralized identity and data leader.

How to become a Harbinger?

We aim to choose members who have proven themselves to be invaluable to Ontology and our community. Harbingers are ambassadors of Ontology’s vision, constantly responding to community questions and advocating for Ontology on social media and beyond.

Harbingers need to be passionate about blockchain, crypto, decentralized identity and data, and of course, should already be a supporter of Ontology and care about its development.

If you are already an active, loyal, and supporting Ontology Tier 1 admin:

Congratulations! You are automatically recognized as an Ontology Harbinger for your wonderful support in our past three years’ journey. You will be a role model for our new Harbingers. Please keep up momentum!

If you are a community member who wants to contribute and add more value:

Easy! Simply complete the tasks below and gain 200 points to be qualified to become a Harbinger. Once you’ve reached a Harbinger Score of 200, fill in the form to let us know!

Project/Product/Social Channel involvement (including but not limited to Ontology, ONTO, Wing, SAGA, DeID Summit, Li Jun)

What are the Privileges of Ontology Harbingers?

  • Recognized as part ...

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