Meet the 13 Newest Lisk Ambassadors
Lisk recently announced 5 new Lisk Ambassadors, bringing the total number to 13.
🎖We’re thrilled to announce the final batch of #Lisk Ambassadors for 2018. It was amazing to see so many enthusiastic applications from our global community. We’ll be announcing more details about this program and how we plan to evolve this program early next year. Big congrats! pic.twitter.com/b2ch3IyT1A
— Lisk (@LiskHQ) 29 ottobre 2018
The largest represented delegate pool is Ascend with 5 Ambassadors: Brandon Glosson (aka Nimbus), Remo Bonfante (aka Anamix), Ian Fortney (aka Southpaw439), Benjamin Favre (aka Crypto_embassy), Ty Diamse (aka Diamse).
There are then independent delegates such as Meyade Curfs (aka Elum), Tony Morinello (aka Tonyt908), Tom Ploem (aka Endro), Edward Trosclair (aka Stellardynamic) and Matthew Chauvin (aka UltraFresh from Lisk USA).
There are also independent individuals that are not delegates, such as Alexey Usanov (aka RTranslator), Tim Yau and James Baker.
The Elite, Sherwood and GDT are not represented by Ambassadors.
But let’s go back to the basics for those who are not familiar with the program:
What is the Lisk Ambassador program?
In order to establish a strong community, Lisk has put together a program for members that wish to host Lisk Meetups.
We all know how important grassroots movements are, especially in the blockchain field and that’s the purpose of the program: to provide resources and support to host meetups.
What does it mean to be a Lisk Ambassador?
Those selected to be Lisk Ambassador will receive resources and support, as well as constant updates regarding the latest news. With these resources, Ambassadors will be able to establish themselves as leaders within the Lisk community and organize high quality meetups.
There are different tiers, depending on the size of the event members wish to organize:
How can I become a Lisk Ambassador?
In case you’re wondering how to become a Lisk Ambassador, here’s what you have to do.
The application process is very easy, you only need to fill the Lisk Ambassador form with a description of the meetup you wish to organize, as well as your details. The team will then review your applications and, if selected, you will then be invited for a Skype call.
Right now applications are closed but there will be many more chances to become part of the program.