This week we were excited to share the Kambria 2019 Business Model Master Plan with you! If you haven’t already reviewed it, please be sure to take a look to learn how Kambria will drive our primary initiatives of building a strong token economy; building a strong developer community; and generating real-world revenue streams.
Our Master Plan discusses the community services we will provide, how we will deliver Open Innovation as a Service, our Innovation Hubs Program and more. You can review the full plan here.
Since our last update, our development team has been hard at work. They have completed the proof of concept for the new KDNA system, utilizing IPFS and RDF. Related to our bounty program, the team has continued to implement the smart contract for the Bounty Judge protocol, created a way for users to request to become a judge of a selected bounty, and enhanced the user interface of the Bounty system. Please stay tuned for more updates going forward!
To celebrate the listing of Kambria on CoinAll, CoinAll is rewarding users for depositing and trading KAT. Through January 22nd, users with net deposit amounts over 5,000 KAT can enjoy KAT airdrop. The more the KAT you deposit, the more the KAT you can win. Note: Limited amount, first come first served. Visit CoinAll for rules and more details.
Asian Financial Society Competition
We are proud to announce that Kambria placed in the Top 5 for the Asian Financial Society’s Alpha Award! Dr. Tra Vu, Kambria’s COO, proudly represented us in AFS’s Fintech Startup Competition in New York City. After two days of presenting on stage, Tra received the Alpha Award! 👏 Thank you, AFS!
Blockchain: From ICO to Practical Application
On Sunday the 20th, Kambria hosted a meetup in Saigon with KuCoin Exchange entitled Blockchain: From ICO to Practical Application.Kambria’s Marketing Manager, Mai Luong, shared Kambria’s recent developments, as well as our updated roadmap and master plan for this year. We had a great turnout and lots of great feedback from the audience; it was clear that many attendees were truly interested in Kambria and the road ahead.
Why is Open Source & Ethics Important for AI and Blockchain Technology?
On February 21st, please join Kambria team members Jared Go and Michelle Tsing for a lively discussion about open source, AI and ethics in San Francisco, California. We’d love to see you!
That’s all for this week! Don’t forget to review the Kambria Business Model Master Plan. And please stay tuned to our latest updates as they happen through one of the Telegram channels liked below. We always love hearing from you. Have a great week!
The Kambria Team
KAT is a token used on the Kambria platform.