- Tell us how you found out about eden?
Daniel Larimer and EOS Telegram feeds.
- What is it about the community’s vision/values/ideas attracted you?
Scalability, fast transactions, and low energy consumption thanks to DPoS consensus.
- Why do you want to become a member?
I believe that EOS can beat ETH if we focus on solving real-world problems like financial inclusion and privacy protection. I want to become a member to create a bridge between EdenOS and enterprise solutions, mainly in decentralized finance and cloud storage.
- In what way do you see yourself contributing to the community?
I can help identify new features, contribute to software development and maximize the efficiency and return of the EOS community by getting universities and students involved in EdenOS.
- If you were to become an elected Eden Genesis representative with a budget, how would you spend that budget?
I will ask for the EOS community feedback and validation of new features that will help us beat ETH. Their team is busy with something that we already, the PoS consensus. It’s time to catch up by increasing our position in the following areas:
Partnership with universities
Partnership with startups and companies
Decentralized cloud storage
My story with EOS:
I first discovered EOS on Steemit and participated in its token sale before the Mainnet. On June 1, 2019, I attended EOS conference in DC during which Daniel Larimer and Brendan Blumer announced Voice and EOSIO2 projects. Since I am a full-stack full software engineer, I was very interested in EOSIO APIs. Three UIC graduate students and I designed and developed an Angular web application for signing documents using the EOSJS framework, EOS smart contract, and Scatter plugin. Since then, I started working on my startup Kotiz, a personal finance assistant which combines the power of AI, Fintech, and EOS blockchain. My contribution to the Eden community would be integrating EOS blockchain in the real-world application, including FinTech, decentralized finance (DeFi), savings, rewards, crowdfunding, crowd-financing, and documents management. I believe that the only way to promote the development of the EOS blockchain is to solve real-world problems with it. I am also interested in contributing to EdenOS software development.
My current EOS project:
Encrinus 6S decentralized cloud storage and secure document management.