Community Member of the Month, July 2022
As everyone in our community is aware, PARSIQ launched the Tsunami API in July!
We’ve been riding the wave of good vibes ever since — getting some nice attention from BNB Chain (who’s hosting an AMA with Tom Tirman this week, on August 3rd!), Crypto.com (who’s also hosting an AMA with Tom this week, on August 2nd!), as well as plenty of Twitter action from Avalanche and Polygon!
We’ve also noticed plenty of community support, spreading the news on socials as well! In light of this, we’re pleased to announce this month’s Community Member of the Month (CMM)…
The CMM for July goes out to Ry (@Aurelius1313)!
The PARSIQ team has long noticed Ry’s constant support on socials, and positive dedication to the growth of our platform. So, when it came time to decide this month’s CMM, the decision was easy!
If you’re not following Ry on Twitter, be sure to give him a follow:
Congrats, Ry! Cheers to you!
Wondering about what the Community Member of the Month program is and how it works?
Basically, we’ve put together the CMM program as a way of saying “thank you!” to our wonderful community, which constantly inspires us. Whether it be answering questions for newcomers, providing feedback to the team, sharing information on Twitter, or creating amazing content, you all are always up to something that gives life to PARSIQ.
Each month, we will select someone from the PARSIQ community as the previous month’s esteemed CMM. The chosen individual’s pfp will be immortalized on our brand-new wall of fame and will also receive a reward of $100US in $PRQ.
In a broad sense, the CMM will be chosen based on positive contributions to our community. Everyone’s way of contributing varies greatly, so we’ll be watching out for constructive, project-building activity of all sorts. We’re approaching this campaign with a spirit of fun, and look forward to using it as a way of thanking our community members for your continued dedication.
PARSIQ is a full-suite data network for building the backend of all Web3 dApps & protocols. The Tsunami API provides blockchain protocols and their clients (e.g. protocol-oriented dApps) with real-time data and historical data querying abilities.