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EOS Block Producer Candidate Roadmap

We are excited to announce our candidacy for EOS Block Producer:


Block Producer Candidacy Criteria

1) Links to the following ID information, all posted to the Steem blockchain (either in one post or multiple):

A) Official block producer candidate name.
B) Location of company headquarters.
C) Expected location of servers. 
D) Type of servers (cloud, bare metal, etc).
E) Current employee list and pictures of at least 67% of staff.
F) Relevant background qualifications for at least 67% of staff.

Clear identity of company and employees is important, according to the majority of BP candidates.

As a public representative of a powerful common resource, a community presence is expected.


2) - Block Producer Candidate Roadmap on values, community project timeline, finances, transparency, or any other topic the candidate deems important. Please show the direction and future of your candidacy in a Steem post for the community.

Any roadmap labeled as such by the block producer candidate will earn a check mark - community gauges the effort.


A)  Position on Dividends (The sharing of Block Producer inflation rewards with unaffiliated voters, AKA "vote buying.")
·  Please describe the block producer candidate's stance on sharing inflation rewards and/or paying dividends to EOS token holders.
·  Will the organization offer payment to EOS token voters for any reason, including BP elections AND worker proposals?


·  Does the organization have a written policy of no-payment for votes? If so, please provide a link.


B)  Public website URL and at least one social media account (all social media links offered by candidate will be shared in report)


3) Estimate of technical specifications and total expenditure for resources by May 10, 2018 - posted to Steem blockchain.

Check mark given for any estimate, modesty encouraged by permanent Steem record. Quality and accuracy of effort judged by the community in public document.

4) Estimated scaling plan for hardware after June 3, 2018 - posted to Steem blockchain.

Rough outlines receive a check mark, open review gauges the effort.

5) Community benefit project outline, only for projects expected to be public by May 10, 2018 - posted to Steem blockchain.

BPs overwhelmingly agreed on the importance of community benefit projects.

6) Listing of Telegram and node names for community testnet participation.

If you still need to join, start at https://t.me/CommunityTestnet

Currently we have 21 candidates signed up on BP candidate form. If you haven't filled out the candidate form you won't be in the report; all candidate names are pulled from the responses.

Candidate form questions:
- What else should voters consider when grading block producers?

- How should EOSGo objectively grade independence, integrity and transparency?