Meeting the Ontology Harbingers for Multi-Lingual Communities
Harbinger: one that initiates a major change; a person or thing that originates or helps open up a new activity, method, or technology; pioneer (cited from online Merriam-Webster Dictionary.
With the support and help from all of our community members, we have seen a fast-growing multi-lingual community from day 1 since the project was founded.
In light of deeper global market penetration, we have appointed several Ontology Harbingers for some of our strategic markets in 2020 to build a stronger global community presence.
Today we are happy to introduce you to five Ontology Harbingers in our multi-lingual communities.
Emilio Fernández (@Emiliobur) — Efficient Emilio
Emilio has created and been working as an admin for the Ontology Spanish community since March 2018.
Based in a very cold city in the north of Spain — Burgos, Emilio is very passionate about blockchain. When he first learned about bitcoin and understood how it works and its purpose, little by little he went down the rabbit hole, just the same way as Alice in Wonderland. He discovered countless cases in which the blockchain technology could be used and that would allow a fairer and decentralized world, changing the world just like the Internet changed our lives.
The reason he decided to help the growth of the Ontology community is that only a few blockchain projects are clear about their objectives and what they want to achieve with them. Ontology is one of them. It enables a decentralized network environment that solves key issues of identity security and data integrity. “Little by little, we will see how the number of tools under its blockchain grows, giving solutions to a case of real use for society and companies. It will definitely be one of the projects that will last over time.”
Hakan Yıldırım (@hakanyildirim) — Honorable Hakan
As a long-time supporter of Ontology, Hakan officially joined the Ontology Turkish community as an admin since June 2018.
Outside blockchain, skilled in mobile learning, e-learning, and instructional design, he is an experienced lecturer with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry.
Currently, he is a Ph.D. candidate at the world's fourth-largest university with more than 2 million students — Anadolu University, where he received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. He will attend Purdue University in the United State as the RCODI research fellow this August 2020.
Duy Trung (@RoisePM) — Diligent Duy
Duy Trung, Ontology Vietnamese community admin since March 2018 and a Co-Founder of a cryptocurrency community in Vietnam — A&T Community.
As a long time Bitcoin believer, Duy Trung joined the cryptocurrency industry since 2017. Duy Trung is well connected to the local communities in Vietnam and carries out researches on blockchain security technology. Realizing that Ontology is a project that is highly appreciated by the community, Duy Trung has participated in community development for Ontology in Vietnam. On March 28, the Vietnam Ontology community was established, there are now more than 12000 members. Duy Trung will try to develop Ontology as one of the famous projects in the Vietnamese community.
Dilip Ishara (@dilipishara) — Devoted Dilip
Dilip Ishara has been working as our Sinhala community admin since June 2019 and was able to build a very fast-growing community in Sri Lanka.
He is an internet marketing and communication expert with 5+ years of experience. He started his career as an internet marketer since 2015 and became a leading community manager and internet marketer in Sri Lanka. He is also a crypto enthusiast and has helped a number of ICO projects achieve great success by providing consultancy service with a focus on marketing, PR, and communications since 2015.
Jatin Kalra (@JatinkkaLra) — Judicious Jatin
Jatin joined Ontology Hindi Community as an admin in July 2019 and has been developing and expanding the Ontology Hindi Community since.
With great patience and flexibility, Jatin excels at creating a positive and calm atmosphere in the Ontology Indian community. His activeness and friendly behavior are what make him a people’s person and what makes the Indian community thrive. Customer support is crucial and this is what he provides the best.