The Anoma Foundation, a charitable organization that focuses on blockchain technology, made an announcement on October 19 about the introduction of a Community Builders Program for Namada, a multichain privacy protocol.
The aim of the program is to hasten the adoption of greater privacy features in public blockchain systems, according to the most recent information that Finbold has received.
By using zero-knowledge encryption across a number of different blockchains, Namada offers anonymity that is independent of the underlying assets. The Namada Community Builders Program pulls together a network of people and groups in order to construct a gateway that bridges the gap between the public and private digital spheres.
Participants in the program have the chance to work together, share information, and make meaningful contributions to the advancement of digital privacy.
Anoma Foundation plans to reward contributors
The Anoma Foundation intends to incentivize and reward the contributions of Community Builders by giving 10,000,000 NAM tokens solely to selected participants in Namada’s Community Builders Program to encourage and recognize their efforts.
After the conclusion of the Retroactive Public Goods Funding (RPGF) Round, the information on the allocation of NAM tokens will be encoded into the genesis block of the Namada blockchain.
Between November 20 and 26, the Namada community will vote on who deserves recognition and compensation for their contributions to the project’s early stages as part of the Community Builder RPGF Round.
The privacy-enhancing activities that Namada supports are funded via a number of different channels. Public Goods Funding (PGF) enables governance-elected stewards to support public goods across multiple domains, and it includes Shielded Set Rewards, a kind of Continuous Public Goods Funding (CPGF).
Finally, participants in the Community Builders Program are also encouraged to follow Namada on Twitter and join the Namada Discord Server in addition to submitting the Community Builder Form.