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Can I use NRVE Tokens?

Dinuxen ·
Hello, I want know can I use my NRVE tokens for develop my article more in This platform ? Anyone have any idea on this ?
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The Organisation

Roger Sels ·
Just though I repeat here my Telegram question about the Organisation to share the responses and if anybody wanted to ship in. Question about the Narrative Organisation. How are they kept sharp after the launch? I mean, they will be responsible for the development of the product. This is something which is never ending... The 15% income is one thing. But will it be enough. And who has an impact on who resides in the Organisation? In addition, has the community any leverage on the...
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Priorities for improving niche validation

Malkazoid ·
Fellow Narrators, Some riveting discussions have been raging over niche validation, and how we might improve it. I've reached a point where some certainty has emerged on at least one aspect of the problem, and any certainty is probably good to focus on and try to expand from. I've become convinced that we need to take rapid and real steps towards fostering dialogue around each niche we validate, before we vote. The rest of this post will help you follow my train of thought, and I hope, get...
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Frank Cooke to Lead Web Development at Narrative

Melanie Mathos ·
We are excited to welcome Frank Cooke to the Narrative team as our Sr. Web Developer! As an accomplished front-end engineer, Frank has a wide range of experience developing web and mobile applications, and with API integration and UI/UX. He specializes in full-stack JavaScript development, responsive mobile optimization, and scalable, performant CSS. “As a platform for creators, Narrative will raise the bar for the content experience. Our focus will be to help showcase content to drive...
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The Narrative Newsletter

Malkazoid ·
Just got an email containing a... Narrative newsletter. "Welcome to Narrative News" Thank you for all those on the @Narrative Network Team who made this happen, and I look forward to the next one. We've been hoping for better communication of this sort - it's great to have it. As for the newsletter itself - I enjoyed: well written, succinct and hitting a lot of different developments.
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Narrative @ Work: February 28, 2019

MOLLY O ·
Welcome to the February edition of Narrative @ Work. We’re committed to keeping you well-informed with progress being made on all fronts as we journey toward our public launch in April 2019. Narrative @ Work complements our newsletter  — be sure to subscribe to receive Narrative News in your inbox. Although a short month, February was packed with feature releases. We rolled out Certification, onboarding enhancements, a major Reputation formula update, and a Niche slot limit increase. We also...
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Re: The Organisation

ClosetCrypto ·
I think that is a very good question. I do not see much of an issue overall due to the way narrative is setup with the org handling the infrastructure and marketing while the community handles how narrative functions day to day as well as how it evolves. That being said what if the members of the org, being only 5 currently I believe, are all on the same plane as it’s sucked into the Bermuda Triangle? (Comedic relief as I don’t want to imagine an actual tragedy) Point being, what happens in...
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Rosemary ·
Just to give you guys some comfort level...we have no travel plans to the Bermuda Triangle area in the near future Also, Narrative will not be run out of someone's basement. This is an actual company that will have live staff and structure in a physical location (we're currently in hiring mode). Part of running a real business is having things like disaster plans, "key man" insurance, and continuity plans, so that the operation can continue if something unexpected happens.
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ClosetCrypto ·
haha perfect! And that is great to know. I appreciate you taking the time to communicate that with us.
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Re: Frank Cooke to Lead Web Development at Narrative

Bill Cawthra ·
Welcome Frank!
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Re: Frank Cooke to Lead Web Development at Narrative

Emily Barnett ·
Frank, welcome aboard! this is terrific news!
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Re: Frank Cooke to Lead Web Development at Narrative

ericnovak ·
Welcome Frank, excited to have you as part of the project! Hopefully, this is your best project yet!
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Re: Frank Cooke to Lead Web Development at Narrative

Frank Cooke ·
Thanks so much, everyone! Excited to be a part of the team!
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Re: The Narrative Newsletter

MOLLY O ·
@Malkazoid , Thanks for your feedback! We know everyone is hungry for information.
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Re: The Narrative Newsletter

Melanie Mathos ·
Thanks @Malkazoid - this is just the beginning - more to come!
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Emily Barnett ·
Thank you team. I look forward to reading it as soon as I have read all my topic alerts.
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Emily Barnett ·
Just read it. @Melanie Mathos great job! I look forward to this...it gives us more info for our grassroots toolbox.
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Dr. Rick ·
Great to see a newsletter and great to see what the team are up to. Keep up the good work ...
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Jose Angel Solo ·
I am here because of it. And could not be happier about it.
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Malkazoid ·
Welcome Jose - good to hear the Newsletter moved you to jump in here. Have a look around: lots of interesting discussion surrounding key aspects of the platform that is being built. I'm sure your input can help the process!
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Emily Barnett ·
Welcome to the community Jose! Happy to have new voices in the mix, especially during this very young stage.
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Melanie Mathos ·
Thank you - and know there are some other fun things in the works!
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Melanie Mathos ·
Welcome, Jose - we're so glad you're here!
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Jose Angel Solo ·
Thank you. It is a real pleasure to be here. I plan to stay for the long run. First on the English site, but being a native Spanish speaker, I really hope to be in the first seat when the Spanish-language version of this site is launched.
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Jose Angel Solo ·
I am glad and honored to be here, too. This project is on top of my list.
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Jose Angel Solo ·
Thank you. I will, for sure. I am ready to help, even if it is a little bit, wherever is needed.
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Bryan ·
@Jose Angel Solo your English is great. We do have at least one other Spanish speaker in here who might benefit from connecting with you. @carlos has been posting only in Spanish and probably feels left out/misunderstood.
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Emily Barnett ·
Smart thinking José!
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MichelleG ·
Dumb question - could there be more links to sign up for the newsletter besides the main homepage? I don't see it around here in the community.
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Melanie Mathos ·
Smart question! Will take a look at making it more discoverable.
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Malkazoid ·
So - incredibly stoked by the second newsletter. I haven't finished reading it all yet, but wanted to jump in and talk about it as a visual experience. I think you're doing a stellar job at picking and placing images that speak to 'quality'. There is a richness in the tones, an originality in the editorial decisions (the owl: TERRIFIC) - the aesthetics speak to our ethic of aiming for quality. But you're pulling this off with out it feeling stuffy, or elitist. If you can keep this up, and if...
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Melanie Mathos ·
Thank you so much, Malkazoid - your energy and enthusiasm is a great boost to the team!
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Dr. Rick ·
Guys, just wanted to say how impressed I've been with the greater presence on Twitter recently. The tweets have certainly increased which undoubtedly will improve the scope of Narrative. Its goes without saying that the Newsletter is a massive plus and I can only second what @Malkazoid is saying about how professional this looks. Keep up the hard work guys, its great to see the team growing and the end result of the work in better communication and marketing.
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Melanie Mathos ·
Thanks so much - and we appreciate your retweets!
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Re: Priorities for improving niche validation

kragklages ·
@Malkazoid As usual, a very thorough and well thought-out post. I love the conflicting priorities synopsis - it captures perfectly the ongoing situation. I have a little bit of a simpler approach. Given that you can only win and own 5 niches at the moment, one can assume that those niches are valuable to the owners. Which means that those owners are going to put time and care into the descriptions of those niches and the ensuing content creation. So why not eliminate the description from the...
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Malkazoid ·
Thanks man - it felt worthwhile to try to do so because its the kind of problem that people can give up on because there are two many threads and angles to follow. This was considered in another thread, and I probably should have tried to represent some of that here - was trying to keep it simple. The 'Confusion' button idea is interesting, but isn't it just reintroducing the description in another way? I understand that many would not require the confusion button, but from a systemic...
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Re: Priorities for improving niche validation

kragklages ·
Lots of great points (as usual!) On this point, however, I don't think I agree with the underlying assumption that descriptions need to be dealt with officially. Again, owning a niche comes with responsibilities and coming up with a good description of your niche(s) is part of that responsibility. Why have a "suggestor" of a niche write a description that will probably get changed by the owner? I personally am going to change all of the descriptions of my 5 niches so they are thorough, well...
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Re: Priorities for improving niche validation

kragklages ·
One more thought as an improvement: I'd like to see the number of comments and number of votes on the main page where the niches are listed. This way I can easily see where there is a debate or where someone has had some thoughts on a niche quickly.
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Re: Priorities for improving niche validation

Malkazoid ·
Because everyone benefits from the extra clarity of what the niche is intended to represent. The owner benefits too - if I'm going to spend NRVE on a niche, I want to know what kind of description is going to work. I don't want to spend 10k NRVE, only to find that what I assumed would be a good description for the type of niche I want to operate, is something the community is rejecting adamantly. It isn't friction, it is communication. Communication carries the risk of friction, but also has...
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kragklages ·
@Malkazoid I guess what i'm not fully understanding from your reply is that it sounds like your saying the descriptions that are created by the suggestor, which get voted on, stay as they are once someone owns the niche, but that's not the case. I can immediately change the description once I own it. But I may totally be misinterpreting what your saying with your last few points about owners changing descriptions to something that doesn't reflect the intent of the niche.
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Re: Priorities for improving niche validation

Malkazoid ·
No - I understand the descriptions can be changed. Of course they can. This does not negate the importance of the initial description, as detailed previously. It also doesn’t negate arguments in favor of changed descriptions requiring review or at least being subject to appeal.
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Re: Priorities for improving niche validation

Emad ·
well done
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Cryptorrin ·
Yeah this is quiet the pickle. With the system the way it is, a person can propose a niche that they have no intention of owning (I have done this myself), which may or may not cause them to haphazardly write a description that the community may or may not support. The community must then vote to accept the niche as is (niche coupled with description). Then once the niche is purchased, the owner can just change the description at will? (correct me if I'm wrong) So in the less than ideal...
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Re: Priorities for improving niche validation

Malkazoid ·
I’m in complete agreement - this is an important component of making the niche validation process ship shape.
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Re: Can I use NRVE Tokens?

Rosemary ·
The first opportunity you'll have to use NRVE tokens in Narrative will come when we release Chaucer alpha on March 29, and you have a chance to bit on owning a Niche. No way to use NRVE here in this community.
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