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Request AMA — October 2019
All questions and answers from the Request AMA held on Friday the 4th of October — 2019.
Last week the complete team participated in the public AMA, directly answering all the questions asked by the Request community in a two-hour time period. As a lot of valuable information has been shared in this session, we’ve categorized the questions & answers below. This should make finding & making references to the information provided easier.
Question: I believe adoption will come through a strong community. Creating an ecosystem from which even more new partnerships and integrations can emerge on their own is the right way to go in my opinion. Request’s treasury can help with meetup and conference costs, in order to allow volunteers from around the world organize meetups. Is this something you’re considering?
Answer: Indeed, we totally agree. Once we find a solid adoption base, hosting events will be key to exchange ideas, receive feedback, know each other and give visibility to the project. We first focus on the product because it still lacks core features (ETH, ERC20 payment detection and encryption). With these core features, gathering early adopters in events will be easier and more powerful. Regarding community members pitching Request during conferences, we did not think about that. Thank you for the nice idea! The volunteers can get in touch with us directly by sending any of the team members a direct message or send in their idea through the contact form. The success of such an action would rely on the right person going to the right conference with the right pitch.
Question: What is the current status of the Request Hub?
Answer: The Request Hub is still active and it’s a great space we use to talk with developers (Gilded etc) — it’s also advertised on the website ...
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