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Rebuttal to appealed Niche

mrgoodsett ·
Is there any way to submit a rebuttal to a Niche idea which has been appealed by another Narrative member? The Niche is under review by the Tribunal currently.
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Brian Lenz ·
Hi @mrgoodsett , There currently isn't any way to submit a rebuttal to an appeal, but you're free to share any thoughts you have here on the community. You can be assured the Tribunal will do its best to consider all angles in terms of niche validity regardless. Thanks, Brian
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mrgoodsett ·
Thanks again @Brian Lenz , useful info as always.
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Re: Rebuttal to appealed Niche

Brian Lenz ·
You're welcome!
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

Malkazoid ·
I think the Telegram brainstorming idea is very good. Time zones will be an issue for some people, but not insurmountable, especially if the sessions are brief as you suggest. This would go a long way towards transforming the Telegram space into a constructive one, and injecting a dose of the positive and hands-on attitudes that prevail here amongst the real community. Nice one!
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

Madhanic ·
telegram is more for chatting i would say. your ideas may be gone once people start spamming the chat
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

Bryan ·
I think of Telegram as the "Front Desk" of the Narrative community. I imagine @David Dreezer is sitting behind the desk, with several phone held to his ear repeating, "just a moment" and then pressing the HOLD button. But, like @Madhanic said, "[Telegram] is for chatting." So, maybe we should/could chat there more often. Time zones do affect synchronous topical discussions, but, there's no reason that brainstorming couldn't happen on Telegram... it's in real-time, and not a great "record" of...
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

David Dreezer ·
That WAS amazing! I have you and a lot of other people as backup. Thank you! I have to laugh when people on telegram get upset that we're talking about the weather. As if that is somehow causing the exchange price to be low, or the beta to be delayed or some other equally disturbing cataclysmic event that would someone cause the world's magnetic poles to shift, therefore causing all of the world's clams to simultaneously march a picket line on the beach in protest. The imagery you paint is...
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

Bryan ·
2 out of 3 millennial agree, Narrative is cool. (How come that one millennial is still thumbs-undecided?)
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

Emily Barnett ·
Great topic @[email protected] and I will take a moment to thank you and @MichelleG ...you two are major telegram troopers. Telegram has worn me out. One suggestion, or maybe it is an observation because I'm not convinced it is the best course of action. I know of another social platform that has a regular telegram channel and then they have a vip version that is invite only. on this it is more constructive. Anyway...I really like the suggestions first made by [email protected] I think it is time to take back...
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

Bryan ·
@Emily Barnett maybe instead of banning, we just "reward" the rabble-rousers with a unique "tag" like the admin have. Only, they are labeled as "whiners" or "FUDder" or something more cleverer.
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

MOLLY O ·
Thanks for the thoughts on this subject. I am hopeful as we continue down our path to launch, conversation and tone will switch.
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

Malkazoid ·
^^^ Fantastic idea. If you want a pool of labels to randomly pick from each time - here's a couple more: 'Negatoid' 'Whingemeister'
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

Emily Barnett ·
I am quoting myself because I have been ruminating on my suggestions listed above. The decreasing members on the telegram is disconcerting to me, and I think it is attributed to negativity burn out. Like I previously mentioned. So here is my revised suggestions for the @Narrative Network Team 1. Start a second channel for Speculators. Many crypto projects have a project channel, and one for discussing token price/exchanges. I think this is important for Narrative to do asap. 2. Hire a...
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UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

[email protected] ·
Updated with suggestions to, how Narrative can benefit from having (a) telegram channel(s). Suggestion from @Bryan Maybe instead of banning, we just "reward" the rabble-rousers with a unique "tag" like the admin have. Only, they are labeled as "whiners" or "FUDder" or something more cleverer. Suggestions from @Emily Barnett (I have edited some of the descriptions) 1. Start a second channel for Speculators. Many crypto projects have a project channel, and...
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Re: UPDATED (06.15) Telegram channel - how to use it to our advantage (the team and community)

[email protected] ·
Thanks for your great suggestions (and cheerful and encouraging words to @MichelleG and me) @Emily Barnett also thank you to everybody, that made other suggestions, or took the time to comment about this topic. I have updated the initial post (first post) with suggestions from you (Emily) and @Bryan (I edited your answers slightly to try and make the first post less overwhelming). Time-outs/banning Just to put things into perspective regarding Time-outs/ban, I think around five people should...
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A welcome thread for new members

Bitsurfer7 ·
Hey Guys, to get started here i think we should all know each other a bit better. So i’m starting, my name is Manuel. My crypto pseudo name is always Bitsurfer. I love to creating new content and share it to others for free. I’m an active member of bitcointalk, reddit, discord, telegram, facebook and twitter. I just changed my personal instagram account to a site where i review ICO’s and share use of crypto in the real world. We all should spread the word for $NRV So let’s start folks
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鸣凤 叶 ·
i like
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Bitsurfer7 ·
This is kind of spamming that you receive community active points! You have to post a little more or i report it to an admin! This is not helpful to get to know you Please change yours, bitsurfer
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Rushikesh ·
@Bitsurfer7 Nice to know more about you thanks for sharing. I am new into the crypto world, started couple of months back & learning it in bits n pieces. I have done couple of successful ICO's while learning this market. Apart from crypto I am an Executive Search Professional & running a outsourcing Firm Nectar Solution catering to the various needs of clients from UK, USA, India, Australia. Regards Rushikesh
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Bryan ·
@Bitsurfer7 @Rushikesh I, like my unencrypted username states, am Bryan. This is my first foray in to the world of crypto-currency — or any type of investment for that matter. I think the thing that has attracted me is the end goal of the Narrative platform. I am really flexing the old brain on the content I intend to generate and any niches I might be interested in managing/owning. Community-learning and collaboration is what I'm excited about, the NRV is just bonus... and possibly...
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Harj ·
Hi Guys Like some of you guys, im new to crypto brought my first crypto in 2014 Doge! wish I had stayed in but came back in start of this year with Steemit late to the party really so was looking for a good platform I can join at the start and along came Narrative : ) so looking forward to the journey and posting! Harj : )
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Malkazoid ·
Hey - I'm Malcolm - thanks for starting the thread Manuel! I'm an ethical investor - whether in the cryptosphere or outside: mostly interested in helping to grow initiatives that evolve us in positive directions than anything else, but of course happy to profit from making any right choices. Narrative was a no-brainer! I look forward to seeing people take ownership of their content, and have high hopes for a fair and transparent moderation process. My main areas of interest are oceans,...
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

mrgoodsett ·
Hello folks, My first name David and I go by MRGOODSETT. I have been researching social media blockchain for a few months and Narrative is one of the few BC I think can really take off. Looking forward to a long relationship with NN community.
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

cicbar ·
Hi Guys, I am one of those persons who like more to read some good posts and comment them,then to write, mostly because I don't have enough time to focus on writing. I have wrote some blogs on Steemit, maybe one per week and my plan is to post at that pace also on Narrative. I really like idea of Narrative and I hope it will be fun being part of this community. That is why I have invested in NRVE... Nice to meet you all
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Akshay Shinde ·
Hello Guys, I am Akshay and by profession i am a Developer. I entered cryptomarket few months ago as i like the concept of blockchain. I am learning lot of new things in this world. In short period i studied the ups and downs and know which can be better options to invest and make money. Narrative Platform is one of them. Their concept for Sharing your views and make money of that is awesome.
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Harj ·
I think we guys are the real founders of Narrative! : ))))
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CryptoPhil ·
Good Evening Everyone, My first name is actually Phil, not Crypto. I am far from being a tech person. I own and run a Building Maintenance Service that caters to Universities here is Southern California. Basically when the kids move out for the summer, my crews go in and renovate the apartments and/or dorms. Repair, Paint, and clean the living quarters. You can only imagine what some of these rooms look like after one school year. I been doing that for 4 years now. I had heard about bitcoin...
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Harj ·
Hi Phil, your main goal in life as you said of being "possitive influence on others" is working on me! thank you phil. I really enjoyed reading your post on your experiance with Bitcoin and work history/coaching. I wish we had all got in really early with Bitcoin and others but we are in early with the new movment of where we are now especially with Narrative which is amazing. Welcome to the community Phil! Im following you
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

MOLLY O ·
Hey everyone…..Let's get this thread moving again..it was buried. We have a lot of new community members that have joined in the last month. This is a place to introduce yourself. We look forward to learning about each of you! Post away! Molly
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Marty B. ·
@Brian Driggs We've noticed that you're a new member and we'd like to get to know you better. Please join this thread and tell us a little about yourself.
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Malkazoid ·
Hi Marty, I'm wondering if it might help to make this thread a 'featured topic', so it stays at the top of the list of topics?
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Marty B. ·
We're contacting some of our new members that we'd like to get to know better. Please join us and tell us a little about yourself. @Dana @Erdem Kaynak @Jhoe @John Ravan @Mark Horler @Matt Millar @Maxwell Bruno @Mayank @Miller @Nikola @Rebekah Collinsworth @Smitop @Stahlberg @Thomas Nelson @WesODonnell @Zappenduster
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WesODonnell ·
Hi folks! My name is Wes O'Donnell and I am a public speaking and charisma coach and content strategy manager. I'm also a professor of predictive analytics and a crypto-infant. I was attracted to Narrative not for the NRVE but for the idea that content creators get rewarded in this new content economy. Looking forward to engaging with the community! Yes, I'm using my real name and real photo here as I'm a minor public figure in the veteran community; may as well own it. Cheers! ...
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Marty B. ·
Excellent idea! Thanks Malkazoid
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Brian Driggs ·
Whoa. This is cool. It's nice to be noticed. Thank you. I'm here because I love the creator-first mindset. I haven't really done much since signing up because it feels like everyone's primarily focused on the crypto-blockchain, niche-auction, revenue-model stuff moreso than content creation. It's neat, but I'm not interested in any of that; just interested in publishing someplace where the content—and content creator—is valued, and can maybe make a little money in the long run. I've never...
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John Ravan ·
Hey everyone! My name is John Ravan. I'm a software developer and a professor of Computer Science at The Citadel in Charleston, SC. I graduated from The Citadel in 2011 with a B.S. in Computer Science (Lima Company) and then an M.S. in Software Engineering and Information Systems in 2014. I also serve as the CIO of Global Leadership International which is a non-profit based in Charleston, SC focused on leadership development in Kabul, Afghanistan. I'm currently in the dissertation phase of...
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Malkazoid ·
Welcome Wes - I approached Narrative for similar reasons!
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Stahlberg ·
Hi, I'm Steven Stahlberg, lead artist at a game studio in Kuala Lumpur. As a workaholic artist for over 50 years I'm recently trying Patreon and Steemit, and now Narrative, to see if maybe I can make something back from all that time (mis)spent creating. Like for instance my graphic novel androidblues.com Thanks
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

MOLLY O ·
@Brian Driggs @John Ravan @WesODonnell @Stahlberg Thanks for introducing yourselves. I enjoyed learning more about each of you. Our crowd is diversifying! @WesODonnell Congratulations on your new Niche - you got a good one.
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WesODonnell ·
Thanks @MOLLY O ! I am a veteran having served in the U.S. Army and then the U.S. Air Force for a total of 10 years. I am looking forward to creating some great content for the military niche; military history, news, trending, military technology and op-eds! I have a large military and veteran community of writers and videographers that is looking forward to rocking the niche.
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Matt Millar ·
My name is Matt and I'm into a little bit of everything. I work on my family's farm (specializing in strawberries and raspberries) that was started by my grandfather. I am also a PC/network technician and own my own business. If that's not enough, I am also running for city council in our upcoming municipal election. I try to do some weight training a few times a week, and I play volleyball and badminton as often as I can.
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MOLLY O ·
@Matt Millar . Thanks for introducing yourself. Good luck on your election.
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Re: A welcome thread for new members

Dana ·
Hi! I've been in the web business since the early 90s and have been an early adopter to all things 'web' and 'social media' ever since. Of course, being involved in all the social medias can really burn you out and one can quickly lose interest from the futility and superficiality of it all. When I finally quit using almost everything a few years ago I realized that the next 'big thing' was going to be the reputation/content economy so Steemit got me REALLY excited! It wasn't long, however,...
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Mark Horler ·
Hi everyone, I work in the vertical farming/urban agritech industry, in a variety of ways. I also maintain an active interest in solutions to the problems the world faces, of all types. Unsurprisingly then, I see Narrative as a potential solution to the issues with social media currently. I am hopeful that it can be something really special that can have a genuine impact on this. It's about time! I live in Scotland, not too far from Glasgow.
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Nikola ·
Hi! I'm Nikola and I'm from Belgrade, in Serbia. I'm studying electrical engineering and I'm strongly interested about artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science and stuff like that, which probably don't mean much to non-scientific world. I'm currently finishing my college and I hope I'll get my diploma by the end of this summer Beside that, I'm a big fan of art and I love going to museums and exhibitions in my free time. I used to play volleyball as a kid, but now I'm some kind...
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AtomCollectorRecord.com ·
Hi all, I'm JJ and I am an independent musician (that's me jumping) and I also run Atom Collector Records , a website and host of other free services that help musicians get more exposure and earn money from their art. I am also now the proud owner of the " musicians " niche and can't wait for the beta to start so I can get all our members contributing! If you are interested in hearing some of my music then you can do so via this "Best Of" playlist on Choon.co. I also host a live...
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