Open Source University ICO Bounty program
The tokens which are going to be distributed for the bounty program are 960,000 tokens as follow:
- 30% Media Publications — articles, vlogs, YouTube videos, LinkeIn
- 20% Blog Posts — Bitcointalk.org (+Signature & Avatar), Reddit, Medium
- 20% Social Media — Facebook, Twitter
- 30% Translations and Community
All your bounty contributions need to be registered here. After the token sale you’ll receive your tokens from the bounty program according to your contribution and rewards as mentioned below. *
Read the main Bitcointalk Bounty Thread for detailed information or write us at email@example.com
Amount of EDU Tokens allocated for media publications: 30 % of the total bounty supply.
We need your help creating articles, vlogs, YouTube videos and other types of posts on popular media outlets. The articles/publications will be judged based on their quality and publisher — from 5–500 shares.
Read more about the Rules and Quality here.
Amount of EDU Tokens allocated: 20 % of the total bounty supply.
Blog bounty will be distributed between the creators of the posts, reviews and press releases about Open Source University project.
To ensure your participation, register through the blog contest form.
Some ideas for the posts include what the benefits of Open Source University are over other platforms, why investors should participate in the EDU Token sale, in what way a global learning platform on the blockchain beyond institutional and national borders will change traditional university education, the changes in corporate learning and development caused by the Open Source University project etc.
Amount of EDU Tokens allocated for social media is 20 % of the total bounty supply.
Use the Open Source University bounty campaign signup form to participate.
To read more about rules and rewards read here — Bitcointalk Bounty Thread
TRANSLATIONS AND COMMUNITY
Amount of EDU Tokens allocated for these bounties: 30 % of the total bounty supply
Translations — This campaign is for translating the Announcement thread and maintaining it, e.g. answering questions in the thread, etc.
For our white paper and website, professional translators that have translated technical documents, marketing materials, websites, and/or white papers are invited to post in here as well.
People who want to manage a local community are also invited. Open Source University will be happy to help you build a community in your local place and provide you with all the needed information to do that.
We believe that there are a lot of people out there that might be interested in building a community around the idea and grow. Feel free to ask for additional information about it.