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In December 2018, Waltonchain mentioned in A Letter to Waltonchain Supporters that one of its major directions for 2019 is comprehensive promotion of global community autonomy. To ensure the orderly, fair and open implementation of community autonomy, Walton Chain Foundation hereby releases Waltonchain Global Autonomous Node Manager Recruitment Program.
Waltonchain Global Community Manager Recruitment Program aims to promote more efficient development of the Waltonchain ecosystem while rewarding outstanding project supporters and operators. With the help of global community managers, Waltonchain can reach users around the world faster and more accurately, and communicate latest project progress and information to the whole world.
I. Autonomous Nodes
1. What is an Autonomous Node?
Waltonchain plans to recruit global Autonomous Node Managers all over the world. An applicant for Autonomous Node Manager needs to build an Autonomous Node — an active regional online community of 150+ members, continuously maintain the community and keep it active, regularly plan and hold local Waltonchain Meetups, participate in the Waltonchain ecosystem promotion and construction, including child chain customer development and servicing, and expansion of local government, media and industry resources etc. Communities can be divided into the following three categories according to their size:
Waltonchain plans to recruit 50 Autonomous Nodes globally. Master Nodes have application priority.
2. Autonomous Node Rights
1) Monthly funding of up to 1000 WTC;
2) A right to apply for financial support, souvenirs and promotional materials from Walton Chain Foundation for local community and industry meetups;
3) A right to carry out local ...
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