We are excited to announce the release of the new Horizen Zenvangelist Program. The program focuses on supporting our Zenvangelists and giving them the flexibility and support they need to succeed in their goals!
The new program is a “design your own” style program where potential ambassadors, called Zenvangelists, can determine the best fit for them. We want to help each other grow! Anybody can contribute to our ecosystem using their own special skills.
The new program also includes a new way to incentivize our community and Zenvangelists alike!
The new incentives are separated into two different types. There are tasks that anybody can do and earn some ZEN. These tasks will be available on our Discord server and include tasks like sharing specific Horizen content on Twitter, spreading the word about Horizen to content creators.
Then there are incentives for our Zenvangelists that are available on the Horizen Developer Environment and range from content creation like YouTube videos, articles, and how-to documents to existing content translations and more.
We will also have exciting new incentives and opportunities planned in the future. So, be sure to look out.
Daily tasks and Zenvangelist tasks are already available on Discord and HDE! Head to #Daily-Tasks on Discord to start earning bounties.
Welcoming our new Zenvangelists!
We are excited to welcome Darren, Manon, Michael, Sidarta0, Thretto, and Zicen to the Zenvangelist Program.
Darren runs a Horizen website for sharing the latest project updates and more! Manon is a very well-known project volunteer who creates YouTube videos that help people learn more about our project. Michael is the person behind the Horizen Clips YouTube channel and records our Weekly Insiders. Thretto is the original Zenvangelist! He is often seen in our social channels helping out newcomers and held Horizen events before COVID-19. Zicen works closely with Guan Yin to evangelize Horizen in China. He can be found at local events and more!
“The ability for the smallest voice to be heard is what drew me to be an active Horizen community member. The team and community are extremely accessible and always validate input from others. The community is empowered to take ownership of Horizen, and realise that this project is as much theirs as it is the team’s.” says Michael from Telegram. “The ability to be rewarded in ZEN for contributions will help make community involvement more sustainable and foster greater participation. I encourage anyone and everyone to get involved and join the Horizen family!”
How to become a Zenvangelist
Becoming a Horizen Zenvangelist is easy. Read our ambassador page to learn more about the program and complete the application process. This includes telling us about yourself, what your goals are for the program, and how we can support you in your goals. The team will take care of the rest!
If you have any questions about joining the program, reach out to Erica Hamilton our project lead via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.