Man, I can’t tell you how much #RDD has dominated the last month of my life when I’m not working my day job. It’s keeping me up nights. I keep looking for a way to utilize my strengths without a technical background. My skills are better suited in the arena of public speaking, starting dialogue, and idea creation.
As I was trying to restlessly fall asleep again tonight, I sat bolt upright with a sudden rush of inspiration. I think I know what our community needs RIGHT NOW!
I have officially registered a channel on YouTube called RDDtv. And boy do I have ideas.
The first thing I’d like to do is host a bi-monthly web-series discussing Reddcoin implementation and every day application. I think we desperately need a way to connect with new members (I was new no less than a month ago), especially as funding grows and more people begin to invest.
The first episode each month will focus on a new topic for open discussion (for example, one episode could focus on using Social Media and Reddcoin in moments of disaster relief or tragedy to donate).
The second episode will be more of a forum/recap based on the feedback from the first episode. After each recap, I will type up the findings from the community and send them to @Reddcoin. It may take awhile for them to take this seriously, but this is what I’m best at.
We are missing a forum for people to truly gab about ideas. None of us have the answers yet, but if we get enough brainstorming cooking, who knows what might come from it!
Each week, I will post a new forum thread with the episode number on this site so people can discuss their ideas, and I’ve also registered a brand new email for RDDtv as well.
I’m looking for honest feedback! I’m not an expert - but I am a talented 31-year-old with the passion to see RDD succeed, and my reasons are not solely financial. I believe RDD fills a gap in society, and my goal is to interact with the community so we can figure out just how far this can go.
If anyone believes that this is a good idea and that I should move forward with a Pilot, please let me know and I’ll get to work.