I'm very excited to see so many unofficial community "country accounts" popping up. Hive Venezuela, Hive Pakistan, Hive Indonesia - This is amazing to see.
Shout out to @themanualbot for making Hive logos per country! https://hive.blog/hive-174578/@themanualbot/find-your-country-hive-logos-per-country-up-for-grabs-suggest-for-additional
I believe the fastest way to mass adoption is one community at a time. What faster way to onboard communities than to onboard entire countries?
The great thing about having unofficial community twitter accounts that promote a Hive community for that country is it's very easy for newcomers to join. Join a community from your country, speaks the same language, have similar interest and makes local meetups much easier to coordinate.
Hive is decentralized, you, me, that Hiver over there, we all own this place. Our tiny stakes (compared to the whole honey pot) gives us our permissionless access to everything Hive has to offer. You don't need permission to create a community, we must take ownership of what is ours and take responsibility to make sure others benefit.
Look around the comments/Hive/Twitter for your countries Hive community, first. If after looking around and your country does not currently have a Hive community, create one. If your country does not have a community Twitter account, create one.
Twitter community country account examples: https://twitter.com/hive_blogvzla - https://twitter.com/IndonesiaHive -https://twitter.com/HiveCoinPk - https://twitter.com/HiveUa
This initiative will be introducing yourself to your community challenge. This isn't just a, "Hi, my name is Dan and I like poker" type of intro, but also include what it is you like about your country. Do you like the food? The people? Any cool places to go? Not only introduce yourself but also feel free to tell people what you like to do in your country.
If you already have a country-specific Hive community + twitter account combo, please post them below for a visibility upvote.
- Write a introduce yourself post to the country-specific community you live and share your Hive post to Twitter.
- In your tweet, tag your country-specific community Twitter account and use the hashtags #Hive and your country IE #venezuela.
- Use the tag #mycountry + your countries (IE #pakistan) tag on Hive and put your tweet link at the bottom of your intro post.
Up to ten (or more) intro posts (shared on Twitter) will be rewarded with 100% upvotes. Even if your intro post isn't in the top 10, upvotes will be given in lesser amounts to active participants.
Earn extra rewards by making a video intro because @threespeak will be curating videos for this initiative as well!