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Nebulas Super Contributor Incentives: An Opportunity to Earn NAS

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If you ask the folks at Nebulas to describe Nebulas, the answer you get is:

“Nebulas is a next generation public blockchain, aiming for a continuously improving ecosystem.”

With the Nebulas Incentive Program, they are succeeding in continuously improving the Nebulas ecosystem. Nebulas has even gone further now with Super Contributor incentives that started on June 10 and will end on July 8, 2018.

Super Contributor rewards will be distributed to community members who successfully invite the most people to the Nebulas ecosystem. A total of 20 Super Contributors will be selected each week, and they will share a 10,000 NAS reward, split proportionally according to the number of people they successfully invited. Super Contributors will also be included in a new voting process to determine the best DApps of the week during the Nebulas Incentive Program.

To win a chance to become a Super Contributor, users need only register on the Nebulas Incentive Program website (incentive.nebulas.io) and obtain a unique invitation, and then invite others to register on Nebulas using this code. All community members, industry media, influencers, exchanges, and other groups and individuals, are encouraged to participate.

The thinking behind this program is to raise broader awareness about Nebulas DApps and reward those that contribute and grow the ecosystem. The good news is that the program rewards both developers and non-developers. Super Contributors will also get voting rights and help determine the best DApps of the Nebulas Incentive Program.

Here’s how it will work.

The top-20 accounts (those that invited the most people) will be selected as Super Contributors, and share a prize of 10,000 NAS. This prize pool will be proportionally distributed across Super Contributors, according to the number of people invited by each Super Contributor.

Super Contributors will also be able to vote on the best DApps in each week of the Nebulas Incentive Program. The 20 Super Contributors will be joined by three Nebulas team members to form a 23-person judging panel for the previous week’s champion, runner-up, and third-placed DApps in NIP. This 23-person jury will also vote on the monthly champion of NIP.

In addition to the weekly awards, the Nebulas Incentive Program also features monthly awards. In a four-week period, a total of 12 crowns, first and second runners-up DApps were generated. The final monthly development award will also be selected by members of the jury. For more information on the voting process, Nebulas laid out the rules in this Medium post.

Look for the new Super Contributor incentives to bring many new developers to the Nebulas ecosystem. So far, the growth has been impressive with nearly 3,000 DApps already being deployed since the mainnet launch on March 30, 2018. This is impressive when you consider that Nebulas now has DApps on its platform than Ethereum. Overall, look for more developers to continue embracing Nebulas over Ethereum as Nebulas keeps stepping up its game and rewarding those that contribute.

Learn more about Nebulas:

Official website: Nebulas.io

Github: github.com/nebulasio/go-nebulas

Slack: nebulasio.herokuapp.com

Telegram(EN): t.me/nebulasio

Twitter: @nebulasio

Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Global Coin Report and/or its affiliates, employees, writers, and subcontractors are cryptocurrency investors and from time to time may or may not have holdings in some of the coins or tokens they cover. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency and read our full disclaimer.

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