Propy’s Open Source Initiative Invites Developers to Create Positive Social Impact
There is some fantastic news that we want to share with you. We are officially launching our open source initiative, which aims to give back to the community. Developers will be able to draw from their unique sources of inspiration to help drive the Propy experience, creating a positive social impact.
Creative Developers to Help Drive the Propy Experience
You might recall that during the 2017 token sale, Propy allocated 15% of its tokens to its open source initiative. The initiative’s goal is to drive open source development of new projects that will benefit Propy and the blockchain ecosystem.
Thank you for joining us!
There are a variety of opportunities for technological development on Propy’s platform. Currently, Propy is interested in developing a blockchain explorer and a deed mining protocol.
Do You Want to Help Society Through Technology?
You might already know that property titles are often disorganized and poorly handled. This logistical issue opens up opportunities for the data in the titles to get lost or manipulated. Propy has been trying to solve this issue since 2017 with a deed mining protocol. Currently, there is a need for developers who are interested in Propy’s open source initiative to join the team.
How You Can Join the Propy Open Source Initiative
If the prospect of using your skills to create a positive benefit seems interesting, then sign up to join the Propy open source initiative today. To do this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can visit Propy’sGithub page and attempt to solve these issues with code development; there, you will see a selection of open source repositories.
Propy is open to suggestions. You can reach out to us through email or Telegram to share your thoughts or questions. Please note that Propy has already set aside 15% of its tokens to reward individuals who help its open source initiative.
Thank you in advance for your support. We look forward to hearing your comments.