You may notice length of this post and wonder if it's even worth to read it. I tell you what: stay with me and I promise to make it worth those 10minutes of your time. And perhaps, just perhaps, you will end up becoming one of us.

Intrigued? I can only hope so ....



I'm very positive that most of us are entering the New Yaer 2020 with some personal new year resolutions of our own, ideas of what we want to achieve and ever ready to focus our efforts on things that truly matter. And if we want to succeed, then it is absolutely crutial to set up realistic goals and expectations. Ambitious, yet realistic.

Today, I would like to share some of our goals and priorities for 2020. I will explain the economy model behind our community - the one we've been building for the past 9 months (since the idea of @project.hope was born).

Within the last few weeks, I've encoutered a number of challenging questions and the most common one went something like this: how can we provide 100% ROI to delegators? how do we benefit and earn steem? what's in it for you?

I PROMISE, that by the end of this publication you will learn all the answers for those questions and perhaps you will decide that our project is something you would like to be involved in. I will also reveal a few ways of joining our efforts and becoming part of our small, but cosy and well established community.

PROJECT HOPE - who are we


We're group of several individuals, STEEM blockchain early-adopters, building our influence and sharing our passions via the social media platform called Steemit.com (or steempeak.com). We also share similar interests towards topics related to technology, blockchain, AI, machine learning as well as business, economy, psychology etc.

When we started (me together with @juanmolina) - our initial idea was been quite straight forward: to help a small group of friends from Venezuela - some of them are well educated profesors: to secure extra source of income, which would allow them and their families to go through current difficult times. More details (for those curious ones): https://www.projecthope.pl/about_us

Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.

Within the past half year the idea behind @project.hope was shaped and it seemed that we've managed to build a healthy economy. An economy in which many different parties collaborate together. An economy which may allow those few Venezuelans and their families to better their lives and allow them to create "job positions" for themselves. Here. On STEEM blockchain.

Sounds interesting? I hope so :)



Our project is build currently on 3 different groups: DELEGATORS + CONTENT CREATORS + CORE TEAM

A) Delegators do not receive upvotes from us as a form of payment. We do not sell @project.hope upvotes. Our goal is to provide delegators with 100% curated rewards, making sure that delegating to us is profitable and worth it. so delegators = GROUP A

B) We're upvoting manually with 30-100% VP - mostly publications related to tech industry + economy, publications posted mainly by several content creators who are part of this project. You can see those publications while visiting @project.hope and scrolling through recently resteemed post. Content creators = GROUP B

All authors from our group are setting up 20% beneficiary from their posts to @ph-fund (project hope fund) and those resources will be used to support financially 5 well educated Venezuelans; right now I cover all those expenses myself and I'm hoping that within the next 3-4 months @project.hope economy will become fully sustainable.

IMPORTANT: Check out post "Learning to place the beneficiary in a publication" by @josevas217

C) This way, all of those 5 guys (@juanmolina, @lanzjoseg, @fucho80, @jadams2k18, @pedrobrito2004) will manage to earn some extra money and we will be creating job positions for them. Those 5 Venezuelans (CORE TEAM) = GROUP C

Their main goal of GROUP C is to promote our project channels and bringing more traffic to publications of GROUP B. At the same time they are helping me to get more delegators on board (currently almost 40 users, delegating around 250k steem power).

This way all groups (A,B,C) participating in project.hope are benefiting.

And what is in it for me? I'm in the middle of it all - building valuable contacts and expanding my influence. Win-win scenario (at least that's how I see it).





I can only hope that it does. It's crutial for me to learn your opinion and I would seriously appreciate each valuable feedback. I'm mostly interested in knowing, if this explanation does make sense to someone who isn't really involved in our project and who didn't know much about it till now.

Most valuable comments will receive 3-100% upvote - I like to show my appreciation and reward those who actually read :)

Obviously I would love if you could help us and RESTEEM this publication, so it would reach a wider audience.

Yours, @crypto.piotr founder of @project.hope and www.projecthope.pl




As mentioned before - all valuable publications posted by collaborating authors are being resteemed on @project.hope and also upvoted.

The trick is that we're upvoting each post several hours after it's being resteemed. That gives you an opportunity to maximize your own upvotes: all you need to do is visit our profile daily, check out recently resteemed content and upvote it (knowing that 250k SP upvote will follow within few hours).


If you're a content creator passionate about said topics mentioned above, struggling with building an audience, lack of valuable upvotes and having little to no engagement, then drop me a message and let's get in touch:
telegram: crypto_piotr

I will gladly discuss options of you joining our team and collaborating with us.

Hopefully by now you think that our efforts are worth your support and you'll consider delegating some SP to help us grow. We will be happy to have you on-board our project and in return we share 100% ROI (curation rewards) with all delegators.

We share those rewards on a weekly basis and currently 1000SP delegated to @project.hope will result with a profit of average 2 STEEM / week (which is slightly more than pretty much all delegating bots are offering).

More details: https://www.projecthope.pl/passive_income

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  • @yonnathang

    @tipu curate

  • @yonnathang

    Hello, Piotr.

    Thank you for the great work you are doing through your project.

    On the other hand, it is interesting to see how the backbone of what @ project.hope is formed. As we know, nothing is hidden here within the block chain, but it is always necessary to show a little more explicit the situation. This way we can reach as many users as possible.

    I wish you success in this 2020, knowing that if you succeed, surely the rest will be able to take part of it.

    Thank you!

  • @reinaldoverdu

    Well i see this Is a great idea and it involves people that i know. I see that you are helping good people, there's too many people on need of help and with this project they will have an important help. I drop by and give you my support to this cause of good heart.

  • @equipodelta

    I am very grateful that they took me into account and supported my content. You guys do a good job. I hope you continue to cover your project with great success this year and continue to support the great talent on the platform, as well as help those who are starting to grow. Many blessings to all and again, thank you very much for your wonderful support.

  • @achim03

    Hi Piotr, Since you started @project.hope it is amazing to see what this project has become. It started out as a way to help some people in Venezuela and now it is a project that offers quite a lot of possibilities to everybody here on steem.

    As a delegator and content creator, project.hope is for me the only real community here on steem. It fullfills a lot of things:

    • it helps people who really need it by providing them with a regular income
    • it helps content creators to get visibility
    • it helps delegators to get an interesting return on investment

    In addition to that it is a very dynamic project that has the potential to become a real business for a lot of people.

    I congratulate all the members of this project and encourage them to continue their work and dedication.

    Best regards, Achim

  • @chireerocks

    @project.hope, All these points are absolutely encouraging one and i want to appreciate that this Project is focusing towards the Creation of Jobs and i have to say that this kind of ambitious step till now no one taken on the Steem Blockchain.

    Every Party is contributing something and definitely every Contribution should be appreciated and these points clearly mentioning that how all Parties will be rewarded and benefited.

    I am looking forward to enjoy this journey and Community with Ambitious steps makes the journey more excited.

    Wishing you successful and abundant journey in Year 2020 team. Stay blessed always.

    Posted using Partiko Android

  • @wakeupkitty

    If it makes sense is hard to tell. To me it is hard to understand and I think this can be written down shorter with only a few words. What I miss is what you exactly want/ask/expect from the reader.

  • @votingpower

    Dear @project.hope Thank you for sending the post link in my memo. After I visited your site at https://www.projecthope.pl I am very interesting with your creator idea, I am also interested and want to join your team. But what about my account whose reputation is still low, the SP is also still small, is it okay if I join your team?

    If I may know what @project.hope is there (talkingpoint.co - steemzzang.com - dblog.io)? Please provide me with an explanation how to join via email. thank you

  • @steemitasclub


    Dear @crypto.piotr, thanks for sharing the details about the economic bases of @Project.Hope and how is it structured. It is clear what Project Hope is offering to delegators in terms of profits. 100% ROI is attractive to stake holders who want to support great content creators. We are happy to contribute in the growth of the mentioned educated steemians as well as to be part of Project Hope to help more new steemians. One of our curators will review the project.hope blog to upvote valuable publications. Our objetives are focused also to help and build a better steem in 2020.

    This publication has been upvoted and re-esteemed by Steemitas Club Team to reach more steemians.

    Kind Regards,

    Steemitas Club
  • @pedrobrito2004

    Thanks for the mention, I am honored to be part of Team C.

    I am passing the link of this post to other networks in which I share and I hope it reaches as many people as possible, that may be interested in being part of the @ project.hope and we can all grow in a Win-Win relationship.

    Personally, I came to this blockchain less than a year ago, in this course of time I have learned a lot from many colleagues and I have shared diverse opinions and news on topics that are of shared interest. I have enjoyed a lot and it has also given me an additional income that is also an attraction in this relationship :)

  • @sacra97

    An excellent team that have been climbing have become super collaborators of the hope project, they have learned and now they are going to help others. @crypto.piotr, @project.hope It is a very nice project

    As always I give resteem to support them.

    Un estupendo equipo de trabajo que han ido escalando han pasado a ser estupendo colaboradores del proyecto hope, han aprendido y ahora van a ayudar a otros, es un bonito proyecto. @crypto.piotr

    Como siempre le doy resteem para apoyarlos.

  • @jadams2k18

    Man! You're a machine! Are you sure you're not an AI?? ;D

    I think is a win-win-win situation 😄

    As our friend @achim03 said this project will help content-creators to get more visibility and delegators get a good ROI.

    Resteemed my friend I appreciate your support Stay blessed buddy

  • @ocupation

    Are you guys have a long term plans of coding your own frontend? If so, are you planing on having your own token economics?

  • @chekohler

    I think it’s an awesome project especially in a country like Venezuela where crypto adoption is at an all time high and growing rapidly!

    What may seem like dark days now is actually a push towards the liberation of the people and they could become the example we all would likely want to follow in the future by decoupling money from the state on a national level.

  • @xpilar

    Hi Piotr, you're doing a great job with @ project.hope

    It is important that you now highlight what @ project.hope is and what support it can provide. It is not easy to reach everyone here so it is important to Re-steemed all posts about @ project.hope. Continue to send out memos so I can keep up with your posts

  • @atomcollector


    We also support Venezuelans - a music school who use the @fundakantoria account.

    I ran a charity day to raise funds for them before Christmas which you can see a summary of in this post & video.

    The music school is run as a way to take the children's minds off their hard lives and even a little STEEM, as you know, can go a long way.

    I own both @musicvoter & @musicvoter2 which I use via Steem Auto's fanbase to upvote @fundakantoria and other members who produce music related content.

    So the question is: how can we work together to help even more people?

    Could you please DM on our Discord so we can discuss this further.

    Thank you!

  • @rentmoney

    I think that @project.hope is a great project. I also think its great that you got so many delegators already and I can see you and your team work hard to make Project Hope successful. Currently my SP(upvote) is barely enough to even surpass the 0.02 payout structure so I won't be delegating anytime soon but I may in the future. At some point in the next few weeks I will show my support via creating a topic about your project in an attempt to help spread the word.

    Keep up the great work, @rentmoney

  • @intellihandling

    Dear Piotr, thank you for invitation, i am upvoting and resteem the post and of course i will support your wonderful project as i can...:)))

  • @acido1120

    INTERESTING THIS PROPOSAL I WOULD LIKE TO NOMINATE THE COMMUNITY OF @emp2-00com which has a good project on the way

  • @harpun

    @project.hope właśnie dostałem wiadomość:) Myślę, że projekt jest naprawdę świetny i przejrzałem praktycznie wszystkie połączenia, jak i obserwuje kanały. Jest to naprawdę świetne! Najważniejsze, żeby projekt nie poszedł w całkowitą automatyzację i stworzył coś, dla tych, co nie mogą sobie pozwolić- delegacje.

    Z drugiej strony lepsza jakość i będzie pożądanie dołączenia do takiej grupy. Więc są tego plusy. Myślę, że w ostatnich miesiącach jest tego potrzeba, biorąc pod uwagę nadużycia przez flagi nawet te dosyć mocne konta, których nie jestem zwolennikiem. Sam rozumiesz chciwość, pazerność, zazdrość rujnuje wiele drug.

    Projekty jak Hope czy Curangel są potrzebne, żeby wspierać steemian i nowych. Tak samo, jak jest potrzeba porządnej reklamy w celu przyciągnięcia firm nie koniecznie tych dużych.

    Osobiście jestem w trakcie zbierania steem na giełdzie i na pewno zainwestuje w projekt z tego konta. To konto będzie, odpowiedzią dla tych, co nadużywają władzy, grabiąc innym z postów i dlatego zostaje anonimowe. Powodzenia w dalszych realizacjach. Obserwuje bacznie:)

    Przepraszam, że w rodowitym języku...narzędzia tłumaczą jak chcą:)

  • @doifeellucky

    Nice project! Upvoted, resteemed & shared to twitter!

    #steem #POSH

  • @machnbirdsparo

    #Hope to provide more support by the end of the week. Just wanted to quickly pop in while I finish up a few things for a client.

    Happy thought: I just saw more evidence of the crypto force permeating the conventional online environment.

  • @fucho80

    Happy 2020 friend piotr.

    The projection of this initiative is very good and the expectations are better every time.

    Undoubtedly this is a community that has been consolidated evolving to generate more and better things than when we started a few months ago.

    Friend, you are a true warrior who has clear goals and knows how to work to achieve the objectives.

    Congratulations, I am happy to belong to this wonderful working group.

  • @wongbraling

    That are very great idea. Be combining the humanity project to purpose helping peoples and give some economics benefit to the project's member too, I think that very useful to humanity and so Steemians. I hope, Year of 2020 can be a golden-age to this project.

    I want join as Team A, but there is not enough SP in my account.

    I think as a part of Team B as a way to me joining this programme

    Thank you very much informing this project to me, I hope can join this

    Thank you for the New Year's Gift ;)

  • @lanzjoseg

    Dear @crypto.piotr and @project.hope

    Thank you friend Piotr, I think with your guide we will all get very far.

    Yours.- @lanzjoseg Best of all is when you say it will be a win-win situation

    And that is the aptitude, that all of us here must have.

  • @teenagecrypto

    I think I might delegate 100sp soon to help out.

  • @tryskele

    Honestly I love the idea and the purpose. Sure a benefit is something we all seek. This has a purpose beyond that. My sister-in-law is Venezuelan and meeting so many wonderful people, this is the least anyone can do to help. Knowing others in countries in similar situations, it is the least I can do.

  • @maxwellmarcusart

    I really like the trick you used in upvoting relevant post after resteeming. You allow it to gain it main reward before gaining the ph support. Thst really make sence.

    I also like the fact that delegators will get 100% ROI which would give them more hope and reason to believe in the project and support/delegate more.

    Posted using Partiko Android

  • @badseedalchemist

    I was completely unaware of this project before reading it. After reading, I think I have a pretty good undestanding of what your goals are as well as a loose idea of the ideal mechanics behind it. Rather nicely done there. I have a question, however, as I am thinking of involving myself a little. Here is my inquiry: What are the primary topics and subtopics that content creators will be asked to write about?

    I will give this an upvote and a resteem and I look forward to your response.

    Happy New Year, @project.hope

  • @wilhb81

    Happy New Year to you @crypto.piotr bro :)

  • @solarwarrior

    Hi Piotr, I really have to say that I am very impressed with what you already achieved in those few month! I believe project hope is not only in itself a worthy endeavor, but I also believe that steem org should delegate steem to you, as your project will definitely make a difference for the whole steem ecosystem. And I certainly hope that more people will delegate to the project.hope account so that it can pay for the project itself and not out of your personal pocket. steem on!

  • @ianballantine

    I support your project as long as you and the beneficiaries stick to: "better their lives and allow them to create "job positions" for themselves". What I don't want to see happen is for the lives you are helping turn around then become political or activistic, and endanger the liberty of their supporters.

    Helping lives is one thing, supporting resurrection is another. What regular reporting mechanisms will you put in place? How will these be broadcast to supporters?

    I'm hoping you can get all these issues sorted out and that your project will template many more so that other disadvantaged groups can adopt and integrate your method into their own projects.

  • @crypto.piotr

    Hi guys

    I would like to take this opportunity and say "big thank you" to all of you, who decided to support project.hope and our efforts with larger or smaller delegations.

    Our work wouldn't mean much without your support. It's as simple as that. So thank you again for allowing us to chease some of our dreams :)

    @anothersteemi, @cektop, @alokkumar121, @mariusfebruary, @krischik, @luckyolddaddy, @bitshares101, @nomad-magus, @neavvy, @reeta0119, @cryptobols, @mohsen63, @kimmysomelove42, @chireerocks, @crypto.piotr, @culgin, @achim03, @modern-trojan, @bigpower, @hingsten, @bippe, @reflektor, @xpilar, @forykw, @edgarare1, @doifeellucky, @akdx, @gbenga, @coach.piotr, @creativeblue, @solarwarrior, @lazyman, @lanhange, @gcalex, @majes.tytyty, @tysler, @honarparvar

    Yours Piotr

  • @crypto.piotr

    At the same time I would like to express my gratitude to all those who were involved as a part of our team from the very beginning. Some of you seem to give up on Steemit, but most decided to stay and I can only hope that by the end of 2020 you guys will still be around.

    @lanzjoseg, @alokkumar121, @devann, @pedrobrito2004, @fucho80, @guruvaj, @gandhibaba, @focusnow, @cadawg, @culgin, @hardaeborla, @ritxi, @yonnathang, @juanmolina, @edgarare1, @jadams2k18, @forykw, @spirajn, @blockchainfo, @gbenga, @jjqf, @machnbirdsparo, @honarparvar, @varioso, @achim03, @djennyfloro, @tysler

    Yours, Piotr

  • @nomad-magus

    Early on I was delegating to a few content creators from 🇻🇪, for the same purpose as yours. Since then, the Steem value dropped and many left. I feel project hope may bring to life this channel of helping them. Your post is well understood to me, and I hope that soon group C will be suported through the project itself rather than your own funds. I'm delegating already and I'm proud to suport your initiative. Bon chance💪

  • @cubapl

    hey @crypto.piotr and @project.hope, yesterday and today I had some extra time to take a closer look at your project and other accounts somehow related with it. To be honest, on the last few months it was very quiet about the situation in Venezuela, but apparently it is not solved issue but just hidden from European or North American people. As long as it is quiet in commercial media, it doesn't mean that it is over. On the @help.venezuela I've read that unemployment and poverty together with huge inflation has escalated now into a huge crisis without any chances for a fast solution and current social system is on the extremely low level, providing monthly pension around 5$, which equals one dinner. And to receive this minimal support, people often has to wait over a night in a queue. I see that this project has a great potential to bring at least a partial solution for a current situation and improving quality of life for some people. Since now I will carefully follow all accounts related with this topic, upvote every post, try to be more active in the comment section and obviously follow closer the situation in Venezuela itself. It is not much from me, but at least something. Thank you for your job, honestly I believe that soon you will receive a lot of support from the outside(as we could read recently). You're a great person and your project really makes world a better place. Big up !

  • @gandhibaba

    @Crypto.piotr and @juanmolina and the rest of the team, you guys are doing a really great job. I have no reservations about everything stated herein. It makes perfect sense. It's been working for us over the past months and I am sure it will get better overtime. Cheers!

  • @mllg

    Yo admiro su trabajo , @project.hope También soy venezolana y docente, pero por cuestiones de salud estoy, en estos momentos en España. Quiero colaborar en alguna forma con ustedes, pero en la actualidad sólo puedo ofrecerles, seguimiento, resteem y upvote de sus publicaciones. Ya los sigo. Estoy muy agradecida con @crypto.piotr, me dio apoyo con una delegación y eso me ayudó muchísimo. Así que sus proyectos son importantes para mi. Que tengan un feliz y próspero Año 2020

  • @logiczombie

    We share those rewards on a weekly basis and currently 1000SP delegated to @project.hope will result with a profit of average 2 STEEM / week (which is slightly more than pretty much all delegating bots are offering).

    Hmmmm, ok.

    Delegated 777.777

  • @gcalex

    These guys are great, i strongly suggest delegating especially if you are not active but still want to help improve and earn steem

    Posted using Partiko iOS

  • @ecoinstant

    Thank you for inviting me to read this post! This comment will attempt to both answer your questions in this post, and continue conversations we have previously had.

    I like that you are trying to build something real on #steem! It is my belief that profitable businesses when combined with #steem will comprise the next wave of success stories. I don't think that any business that gets its revenue fully by extracting #steem will last without a pivot to other revenue. With an already profitable business model, #steem becomes a competetive advantage.

    Your post helps me understand Project.Hope a lot! One question I have is what are group C doing? It does not seem explicit in this post what these 'educated Venezuelans' are doing as part of the core team, nor what they are doing to earn the income, which might be the same tasks. The project would come full circle for me if their education could be transformed into something of value outside of the #steem ecosystem, or perhaps through it but not from it; this would also make the project scaleable for new group C members in a way that is not dependent on #steem price.

    I am currently building two things on #steem - one is a fund that pays daily dividends, on @ecoinstats, and the other is a sustainable development project just getting beta-tested on @quintaesencia; I consider these to be side-by-side projects (like Ford Motor and Ford Foundation). As a part of the fund, I consider active projects to be the lifeblood of #steem, and try to partner with them.

    Although the fund is low on delegatable #steem, I do have some delegations coming due in less than a month on @ecoinstar, 8-9 thousand SP looking for a new home, and project.hope is on the top of my list. I want to see what you can do with this idea, and I hope you make all the mid-course corrections necessary as you go to build something fantastic!

    I would also love to get your feedback on my dividend paying fund token, INCOME, when you have the time! I am working on steem-as-a-service automation and write about technology topics sometimes.

  • @honarparvar

    Hey Piotr, I wish you and all the HOPE team a prosperous year :) what I noticed in your explanation of the project is its way of being organic in making income for the right contributors. and I can say it really is, according to my personal experience of being in touch with you guys.

    I believe this is the key for you to keep the good work up in future. good luck

  • @chrisaiki

    You should add new categories :


    • upvote @project.hope posts
    • Give new ideas to improve existing projects
    • do not request payments back (upvote are welcome if you think the volunteer is doing a good job)


    • Partners will pay @project-hope core team in Steem for marketing services

    I feel good following @project.hope

  • @certain

    Greeting dear friend @crypto.piotr This small seeds (#project.hope) is the result of your hard work and sweat that gave it the shape of a big tree. Surely it is your unwavering effort behind it to flourish it.. Absolutely a dream begin to appear in reality. I hope in coming days project.hope will be the most popular project on steem blockchain.. Have a nice time...

  • @hardaeborla

    @crypto.piotr You've actually come up with a great explanation about what this great community(@project.hope) is all about and I can confidently tell you I now understand the motive and intention of this community. I think you will actually be a very good teacher(just like you joke though) 😊.

    I also love the fact that you tend to impact people's lives positively just like what you've done to create employment for some Venezuelan on Steemit. We all are much aware about the unfavorable condition in Venezuela and I also sympathize with them all in the cause of whatever difficulties they may actually be going through.

    As for project.hope, I think community like this should be supported. I just hope Steemit Inc or team will also show their support by delegating more steem power to this great project because this is actually one of the things we need on Steemit. I am quite sure this project will attract more content creators and even new users on Steemit due to the reward or support they can get for their quality posts. I think a time would actually come when we will need more people in the Curation team to avoid drudgery or more work pressure on a single person.

    I will also want to ask about the requirements required to join this community as a content creator. What can I also do to gain the attention of the community anytime i make quality posts about the required niche.

    In conclusion, I must commend you and the team for coming up with this great community like this which will surely impact the steem blockchain positively.

    Thank you for sharing this great post with love from @hardaeborla and I hope you have a great week ahead 💕❤️💕

  • @vgalue

    Excelente proyecto. Conozco a @lanzjoseg y se que será todo un éxito mas que nada por la calidad de los integrantes del equipo.

  • @rokhani

    Hi @crypto.piotr, you have a big goal. you have the ideals of starting and moving with real action. I hope @project.hope grow and get support from many Steemians.

  • @pundito

    Hello Piotr, I think it's impressive what is achieved already. It can for sure make a difference! On #SPUD9 I powered up 150 STEEM and would like to delegate these plus additional 50 STEEM to make it 200 in total. It's not a lot but I think many small delegations can be helpful too.

    Hopefully, I can raise this delegation soon.

    Keep on the good work and

    STEEM ON!!!

  • @lecumberre

    The suggestive name and noble purposes make it worthy of praise and enthusiastic applause to move forward. We must support you decisively. God bless you.

    My vote is approval.

  • @mmunited

    Hello This is a great idea. Delegators, content creators and core team. I like it.

  • @akdx

    Dear @crypto.piotr, this platform needs such a sincere and well thought out plan to help people who are capable but are not in a good condition because of their circumstances. I am 100% sure that project.hope will be a great success and it will be able to achieve its goal in a short period. I have delegated some SP to this mission and I am willing to delegate more but I don't have enough SP and I am also not able to buy more as cryptocurrencies are banned in my country. So, I am trying to earn as much as possible and trying to power up so that I may have enough SP to help people. Thank you!

  • @ropaga

    This is a great project. I had run myself a small charity project on my account, however I did not get enough user engagement so I cancelled. However, considering that this time there are more interesting initiatives like @project.hope and that beneficiaries can be directly selected from Steemit interface, I may get back to it.

  • @knircky

    Love seeing real projects on Steem!

  • @jdkennedy

    Greetings, @crypto.piotr: PH does seem like an interesting project, but there are a few points I am unclear on:

    • Are creators accepted from all countries, or is the focus on Venezuelans only?
    • What language(s) will the creator posts be in (my Spanish is no bueno)?
    • How do you determine that a given creator is 'worthy' of PH support - what is the criteria or basis for that determination?
    • If I choose to delegate SP, but later (be it weeks or months) decide that I have another need for that SP, how easy is it to undelegate it so that I have access to it again?

    The source of my hesitancy is mostly my concern over the political situation in Venezuela. I admit this is largely due to ignorance and a distrust of the mass media news outlets in the United States to provide an unbiased picture of the situation there. My (likely flawed and oversimplified) understanding is that the country there is very polarized into the ruling elite and the impoverished lower class. If this project is really only benefitting the elite to the detriment of the lower class then I would be reluctant to support it. I would be fine with a core team that comes from the elite, but truly are working to improve the situation of the disadvantaged lower class. It would be even better if the supported creators are disadvantaged people from any part of the world that is similarly polarized.

    I am perhaps overly cautious when it comes to such projects because too many (not necessarily on steem) have turned out not to be what they claimed to be. But I also desire to be educated where my understanding is flawed. Ultimately, I wish to aid the truly disadvantaged and not further the cause of the already privileged elite.


  • @mariluna

    Excellent project, I see it quite feasible contributing new jobs to Venezuelans and the most important thing is to win my regards from Venezuela.

  • @krakonos

    Hi, for meit's a little complicated. Also because English is not my mother tongue. !trdo

  • @nurseanne84

    Dear Piotr,

    I am glad that project hope is pushing through.

    I just want you to know that as of now, the wisest thing for you to do is to make a token and issue them to your team. I am not against paying anyone but:

    • its value has the power to increase if kept in token form
    • it would serve as an insurance that anyone who kept posting using your tag will not get "officially" paid by you

    I salute you for supporting the Venezuelans and, I do not have anything against it. But, aren't you going a bit myopic? I mean, why Venezuelans only? Why not everyone who meets whatever criteria or qualifications you set up?

    I believe that you will get more people to support your cause if you will expound your boundaries. Any citizens living from any parts of the world have an issue or another with their lives.

    What I am saying is this: Capitalize on your ideologies and expand from there!

    I am wishing you all the luck and, rest assured, I am supporting your causes.

    Good luck for the year 2020!

  • @drlobes

    Wait, what? How did I get here? I'm lost 🥴

  • @manoldonchev

    Well, I am mostly neutral about this. Each piece of good content that comes across my path, that I value, as usual. The cause seems to be a noble one and I support such initiatives. I wish all of you success. We shall meet here and there, I guess.

  • @gadrian

    I wonder if you're not trying to do too much with this project. It has elements of a curation project, a non-profit project as you described it in a comment to me, and a ROI provider for delegators.

  • @atnazo

    First of all I want thanks for invite me to this article. I thought long time what is exactly yours project - project hope. Now I get the valuable answer what you exactly do and how it project work now.

    I think is really good that small group of involved people can bring that much to the steemit blockchain and in that way help poor people in Venezuela.

    I am really surprised that you Guys can share 100% ROI, which in this times are really almost impossible to see around. Good luck with your vision and I hope so that you will be prospering better and better in this new year 2020!

  • @alokkumar121

    Happy New Year @Crypto.piotr and this is the first post by @Project.hope

    As you mentioned in the beginning about the post length but certainly its worth and this post shares adequate information about Project Hope and its future plans. Few of the things that I liked and want to mention-

    • We focus on everyone (content creator, delegator and team) which is good and I think this way everyone will be happy and even we are open for more delegation and even creators who share the same interest but struggling.

    • Delegation reward definitely higher as compared to other bots and it will help us to get more delegation since everyone likes to get more ROI and we just need to spread more awareness. Even I have asked a few of my friends to add some delegation (this won't be big as they are not whales) but any support will make us grow.

    • This project was started with a vision to help few people from Venezuela on steem but with the passage of time and we have grown and our vision too. I am quite confident that in 2020 we will be in a position to support many more. I hope more people will come forward to support us this year because of our bigger plans to support and grow the community.

    I know man, you have been putting lots of money and effort in this project and hope you will be feeling good to see it growing. I am proud to be part of the project and will always support. You can always count on me.

    Thanks for sharing the nice post with everything about PH. Fantastic first post of the year and worth sharing so re-steemed to bring more eyes on this.

    Thanks much.

  • @sarez

    @crypto.piotr please know that you are one of the few steemians I look up to. I am grateful that you are creating something good not only for the beneficiaries of @project.hope but Steem in general as well.

    If you look at my SP most of it is delegated to me. I have just over 500SP only. That aside I do upvote and resteem your posts.

    If you have something not very technical in mind- a topic/ event- I would love to write about it for you maybe once every 7-10 days.

  • @vipservice

    Cool man let me know what I can do to help support your project. I love seeing stuff like this where people are actually using the blockchain for what it was intended to be used for, not just for nonsense blogging about their daily activity or what they ate.

  • @arthur.grafo

    Thanks for thinking of me, but a lot has changed since we last chatted.

    Since then almost all the people who communicated with me either left steemit or, for whatever reason, stopped answering me, or if they did respond, it was with the promise that they will answer soon...and then never do (a typical web behaviour)

    Also, as from the last HF, when rules were changed so as to encourage vigilantes to flag everyone, dozens of new accounts were opened, with no comments or posts, just flagging everyone while remaining safe.

    I object to these useless bastards flagging me, even if it costs me nothing. So, I had to rethink my strategy.

    I decided I no longer am interested in earning Steem and the whole idea of Rep is a game for vain childish minds (I can say that since for a time I was one of them).

    I very rarely post anything apart from my personal articles and stories. As most of them have #steemchiller as my beneficiary - I no longer worry about flags, as they are not flagging me (it seems they got the message, as they stopped flagging me). You can see a notice about this on my Big Posts of my LC Books (at alt accs arthur-grafo8, for instance).

    So, since I never make tech or crypto posts and nobody can upvote me, there is not much point in my involving myself in projects. All I want to do, right now, is get my books on the blockchain and then I'll see...

    Have you abandoned the stories you were writing?

    PS: If I see posts that I can tell are from Venezuela, I give them an upvote, whatever their post is about. That is about all I can do for now.

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  • @karamyog

    This is a brilliant project. @crypto.piotr, i wanted to go through this post earlier but I just didn't get the time. First of all, congratulations for just a brilliant project. This is truly a great thing you're doing and this a great use case for steem blockchain. I hope to check out some of @project.hope content but I am sure it's good content. Using that, you're supporting talented authors, 5 families and providing incentives to curators. Hat's off! A delegation will be coming from me as well, hopefully soon. Keep up the good work my friend.

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  • @lextenebris

    Within the last few weeks, I've encoutered a number of challenging questions and the most common one went something like this: how can we provide 100% ROI to delegators? how do we benefit and earn steem? what's in it for you?

    I PROMISE, that by the end of this publication you will learn all the answers for those questions and perhaps you will decide that our project is something you would like to be involved in. I will also reveal a few ways of joining our efforts and becoming part of our small, but cosy and well established community.

    Over and above anything else, the biggest problem for you on this project is you open with these two paragraphs – and then you steadfastly fail to actually do what you say in them. Possibly because you're missing the basics of economics; it's so common these days that it's almost impossible to tell if real issues are rooted in a simple ignorance of how systems work. But at no point do you really explain how you can provide 100% return on investment to delegators, how you actually earn Steem, and most importantly – what's in it for me.

    The text provided smacks heavily of the classic pyramid scheme (as much of the crypto space often does).

    But let's go in a little more specifically.

    Delegators do not receive upvotes from us as a form of payment. We do not sell @project.hope upvotes. Our goal is to provide delegators with 100% curated rewards, making sure that delegating to us is profitable and worth it.

    How does that work? You have made a naked assertion without any kind of support. Anyone that's been around a while knows that delegation doesn't actually provide effective 100% curated rewards that grant 100% return on investment unless someone is defining "100% return on investment" so loosely as to make the statement meaningless. Are you suggesting that you can make at least as much SP/STEEM of that delegated amount as I could – if it were just sitting unmoving in my account? That's easy; it would be earning nothing and earning nothing or more is trivial. Are you suggesting that you can make as much SP/STEEM off of it as I could as a manual curator? Maybe that's true, but if that's your claim, you actually have to provide numbers to back it up.

    We're upvoting manually with 100% VP - mostly publications related to tech industry + economy, publications posted mainly by several content creators who are part of this project. You can see those publications while visiting @project.hope and scrolling through recently resteemed post.

    This just says that you're one more curation group and that I can see what posts you're upvoting. Congratulations, that gives you exactly equal stature with everybody else, which translates into none. You are going to have to provide numbers that actually state that your upvotes are going to content which is rewarding at a level that makes anybody's external investment worth putting in. You have to show a successful trend. Now, it might be sufficient to show a list of posts and content which you have recently been active in voting up, but not doing some of that here makes this a lousy pitch. You're making me do work to justify giving money to you. I'm doing your job. I'm not going to do your job.

    But okay, sure – let's give you the benefit of the doubt and go look at the things have been recently Re-Steemed by Project Hope.

    Oh, look. The vast majority of it is cryptocultist content, mindless beating the drums in favor of Cryptocommodities and telling everyone around you that they are good people for being involved. Nothing particularly revelatory, but worse, nothing in particular that every other group of curators on the platform isn't also doing. Nothing differentiates you from the vast bulk of the rest of the platform. Worse, nothing really differentiates you from Trending, the worst possible competition you could have.

    All authors from our group are setting up 10-20% beneficiary from their posts to @ph-fund (project hope fund) and those resources will be used to support financially 5 well educated Venezuelans; right now I cover all those expenses myself and I'm hoping that within the next 3-4 months @project.hope economy will become fully sustainable.

    Yeah, that's great and all – but what if I don't care? This is one of those things that you seem to think is "what's in it for me," but has nothing to do with being in it for me. It's in it for those five guys that you're supporting. Five guys that, ironically enough, you make sure to identify as "well educated," and which inherently begs the question "if they're so well educated to have such interesting things to say, why don't I just vote for their content myself? That way I could use the full power of my un-delegated VP and reward the more – if they are providing content I actually think is valuable."

    I can only hope that it does. It's crutial for me to learn your opinion and I would seriously appreciate each valuable feedback. I'm mostly interested in knowing, if this explanation does make sense to someone who isn't really involved in our project and who didn't know much about it till now.

    The truth is that it's a bad pitch. The truth is that it's not really a great idea from the bottom up. Other than charity, there's no good reason for anyone to delegate their SP to you or your project because you are aggressively evasive about providing actual numbers which speak to rate of return. In fact, you spend a lot of time at the beginning setting up how this is a great financial idea, tap dance around anything financial, and then get to the midpoint and start spinning toward how humanitarian it is. This is a common problem with things in cryptocommodities, the only thing they know how to sell is get-rich-quick schemes and don't trust enough in what might be an interesting part of a pitch to go with that.

    As it stands, this is definitely the kind of project I would advise everyone with disposable SP (if those people exist) to stay away from because it doesn't have enough of a coherent aim, enough of a direct plan, to hold together. Its vagueness tied together with good intentions. That is no way to run a railroad.

    This would actually be more interesting as a project which specifically existed to promote an upvote content about Venezuela. If you went out of your way to find Venezuelans writing about Venezuela or even people from outside writing about Venezuela and then providing commentary on what they wrote, that might be something worth supporting. It would certainly be a lot more interesting. What the investor would get is more content about something they're interested in because that kind of content receives greater rewards. What the curating group gets is more curational rewards. What the creators get is more creator rewards. Everybody gets what they actually want.

    But that's not what you're selling; what you're selling is a wish in one hand and a dream and the other.

    I did warn you that you probably wouldn't enjoy what I had to say.

  • @worldtraveller32

    this for sure is good way to help others by united everyone to help out, i think it is good idea

  • @enm1

    Good initiative you got going here and it worth my support. Have been looking for ways to bring people most especially students to the steem blockchain to earn a living and support their education reducing the pressure on their parents/gaurdians and have been racking my brain to see how i can do that without making it seen like a waste of time and resources to them.

  • @cyemela

    Loving it. Getting that delegation together.

  • @kimmysomelove42

    Thanks for the shout out about this post and Happy New Year @project.hope and @crypto.piotr! I love the concept of this project and how it has grown. Over the last year here, I gotta say you @crypto.piotr you have been tenacious and dedicated to inspiring community and positive growth within the steemit platform! I personally wish I could lengthen my day to create more creative consistent content and had more time to read so many amazing blog posts! It seems it really takes a few people that have the financial freedom and time to keep at this idea, creating worthy content and community crossover. Keep at it mate this year gonna be the best yet!

  • @thecryptodrive

    Hi, thanks so much for supporting the Venezuelan community, I wish your project much success. It would be nice if you could maybe show some examples of earnings, say if you delegate 1000 SP to project.hope, how much you can expect to get back per day or per month etc, with so many groups A,B and C it is hard to understand and some people might just bypass it because it isn't simple. People in this day and age are very time poor so it needs to be easy and diagrams help too.

  • @happyme

    I was asked for my comments and here they are, although you may not like what I have to say:

    This project is just another form of circle-jerk (although in reality, the entire system is mostly a circle-jerk and it is designed to perpetuate it), so I have no problem with that.

    There are far more than 5 people from Venezuela struggling to earn a few cents on this platform and I would like to see the most needy get help instead of a select few. How can we determine who actually needs help the most?

    At what point do we/you determine that your chosen 5 have learned to fish well enough that another 5 should be supported?

    It seems discriminatory to choose certain topics that will be supported while anything you don't find interesting should be rejected as bad content no matter how good it is or how much effort goes into creating it. At least when people curate naturally, they choose what to read and vote on their interests. This "system" seems to kind of force the votes that may not otherwise have been given; or taken a vote away from someone else because the vote was used in the system and now the VP has run out for what might otherwise have been curated by the voter.

    Please don't take my comments as hateful or as an attack; It is not my intention at all. It is just that I don't beat around the bush with my words and I say it as I see it. Under normal circumstances, I would simply not say anything at all, but I was invited to come here and give my opinion. I have always believed that the truth is better than a lie and that it is better to hear the truth than to believe everything is fine when it is not.

    At least you know that I've read your content and I made an effort to give you my honest opinion.

  • @cyberspacegod

    Dear @Project.Hope,

    Let me start by congratulating You for all the amazing work, helping others the best way You can ;)

    Allow me to denote that..

    I'm very positive that most of us are entering the New Yaer 2020 with some personal new year resolutions ...

    It's Year.. YEAR x)
    ( ..just letting the troll in me out of the cage for a while =P.. )

    Oh and..

    Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.

    It goes more like, "Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to fish, and you have one more fish."

    Now for real, Project.Hope is an awesome project as I might have already stated a couple of times before ;Þ

    Everything is well explained, and the core-team definitely deserve all the best, they all create great content and indeed are well educated I must say..

    Yet I can't find anything of value to add at the moment, there was a plan and it has been put to work, so, keep it up, this is one must needed project and example on this platform!!
    ( Now let us hope more people follow the example ;).. )

    Wish You all the best,

  • @deeanndmathews

    First of all, what you intend to do is noble. There are, however, some kinks that would have to be worked out before I would invest.

    Second, my understanding of your three-tiered system is as follows: Team A provides SP through delegation to give big upvotes to the content creators in Team B, who have agreed to delegate part of their author rewards to Team C, the five chosen Venezuelan authors who will be earning their support by reaching out to delegators, promoting Project Hope's channels, and promoting Team B's content. Project Hope then delivers the curation rewards to the delegators, and the agreed-upon percentages from Team B's author rewards to Team C's members.

    Having now laid it out as best I understand it, here are some additional questions and statements:

    1. How is it that Project Hope can guarantee 20 percent above what we would earn if we were to manually curate the articles Team B is putting out?

    2. A statement: 20 percent is not a convincing metric to me since under normal circumstances I probably would not have seen much of the content in Team B. This leads to the next question:

    3. Will Team B's subject matter expand with time? This comes from the knowledge that only a certain number of people are into reading and voting on the content Team B produces, and if Steem were to drop significantly, you would need to shore up Team B's readership in order to maintain even the same level of reward to distribute and remain profitable to delegators at the level you have promised.

    4. Somewhere on this page you have presented a metric of every 1,000 SP delegated putting forth a return of 2 Steem every weekend. How would this be accomplished, exactly?

    5. A statement: those of us with good facility in math know that with there being 52 weeks a year, 1,000SP delegated will lead to a ROI of a little over 10 percent a year for just about 10 years -- ASSUMING things in Steem stay as they are. I'm not going to lay out the math here. That's your job. Those of us who don't have a round 1,000SP especially need to understand how the percentages work, and both whales and the whale-minded smaller delegators may discount your project just because you didn't provide the numbers.

    6. Assuming things will stay as they are in Steem is a fool's proposition -- so, in generalized terms, how will you provide stability in ROI given that you cannot control the direction of Steem and that you have chosen to make Team B limited to niche subject matters that may or may not grow in proportion to changes in Steem?

    7. What reports will you generate to show transparency to delegators?

    8. A statement: I have been to your passive income page, and this is what is written: "if you were to delegate 3k SP increasing total amount of delegations to 60k SP, then you would receive 5% of all curation rewards on weekly basis. Therefore your delegation will serve a great cause and you will enjoy passive income." Again: I have sufficient facility in math to understand your example, but I also have sufficient facility in reading to know that on this page you have already said that the account has 250K in delegation already, meaning the possibility of investing 3K SP and picking up five percent in curation rewards every weekend is long gone. Again: whales and the whale-minded who notice the contradiction are likely to discount your offering from the gate. We need the real numbers, and we need them to match. I am not going to do the math here to correct the percentages for you on what 3K SP will actually earn an investor in who comes in while you already have 250K, although I can. That's your job. The fact that you have not done it already I like to think is an oversight.

    My heart wanted to break off what I could spare and put it in this project -- however, I have not achieved having more than 1,000SP to work with in just ten months here by following my heart. When numbers clearly do not jive, I do not invest. Because I care about the work you are doing, however, I want you to seriously consider and solve these problems so that the project can be as credible as it can be when I return with more resources in hand to look again. I wish your project well.

  • @leveuf

    Hello @Crypto.Piotr and all the team in @Project.Hope!! Thank you very much for the invitation to this post in which I finally get to meet this great project. Certainly I've seen many members of the group with a great engagement in the platform, always an inspiration for people like me that struggle with such dedication in here. I'm happy to visit and know more about your great effort which I see getting good fruits. I think that thanks to this well exposed post I have a better picture of the work and goals of the project.

    I'll be attending your publications and trying to get in touch commenting and upvoting, definitively your topics are something that I have a lot to learn. I send my best regards for all the members in the core group, creators, supporters and of course for the head of this wonderful project. May 2020 be a year of many satisfactions and growth.

  • @ritxi

    Hi all, I would like to give you my perspective on this topic.

    In the beginning, I didn't understand the goals of @project.hope very well. At this moment, I feel it is a great project with ideally set-up incentives. I really think from this project can benefit all the three groups - A, B and C, described in the article.

    I just delegated 1000 SP to @project.hope a few minutes ago to participate not just as a member of group B, but also as a member of group A - delegator.

    I think Steemit is about communities. One itself without any support can be lost here as a little fish in the pond. I am quite happy that I am also a member of my Czech community, but as I like to express myself in English also, I feel very well in the company of project hope members. The articles about psychology, technology, blockchain, economy, business, marketing etc. are just about my favourite topics, so that is great for sure in my eyes.

    I wish more success to Project Hope in the future! Great job, pals!

  • @mintymile

    I think its economic model, not economy model... otherwise content and explanation looks pretty clear to me.

  • @olivia08

    Job well done! Keep it up!

  • @nachomolina

    Hi, @crypto.piotr! I've been busy since the beginning of 2020, preparing my new phase of creating crypto content! @ project.hope, has several options that favor everyone who gets involved. I would recommend that anyone approach this initiative and can contribute in some way to its development.

    Virtually all steemit users are somehow "content creators", others are lovers of blockchain, cryptocurrency, ai, etc. By joining all these factors we have already reached the user profile required to enter @ project.hope, to live an experience like no other.

    In the same way, we all progressively accumulate a certain amount of SP associated with our account ... This is the point where I would like to make a recommendation:

    "Maybe I could plan, accept delegations of 50SP, 100SP, 200SP, 300SP, Etc."

    I think that could give you opportunities to join smaller fish and new users who are interested!

    With love, @nachomolina

    I hope I contributed to the forum!

    Bye, friends ... :) Luck!!!

  • @shortsegments


  • @terrybrock

    Upvoted @ 100% and wishing you the best! Keep us posted as it develops

  • @camiloferrua

    Hey @juanmolina! me parece muy interesante este proyecto, no sabía de su existencia y me gustaría hablar contigo para ver de qué manera podemos ayudarnos, yo trabajo con dos proyectos de curación @celfmagazine y @votomasivo. Estamos buscando promover el Steem en Venezuela para al igual que tú buscar brindar oportunidades de desarrollo para aquellos que tienen cosas buenas que compartir a través de esta plataforma. Para inicios de este año (probablemente febrero) realizaremos un encuentro en donde queremos generar una encubadora de proyectos para llevar el blockchain de Steem "a la realidad" por decirlo de alguna manera. Sería muy bueno ver si alguno de los integrantes de tu proyecto pueda particiar.

  • @jjqf

    Greetings, a pleasure to be back here with the small but powerful team of @project.hope (of which I feel very proud to be part, since they are a unique team) and more than anything to read all the progress that has been obtained with a lot of effort and dedication from the colleagues.

    First of all thanks to all the people who delegate, and contribute their grain of sand in one way or another so that everything goes smoothly, God will multiply it.

    And I can tell you that it is truly an honor for me, and a pleasure to belong to a project like this. And even more to know that in steemit there are people trying to help others through a good work, as does my friend @cripto.piotr, to whom I am grateful for the opportunity and also for helping many Venezuelan colleagues who are part of the project.

    Since I entered the project, I have noticed commitment from everyone and that desire to move forward, to go all for that goal, which is great and makes you feel accompanied in what would be the walk by steemit.

    Likewise I can tell you that if we all push towards the same direction, nothing will stop us, because a good teamwork achieves much and even more if it goes hand in hand with a good administration and coordination (it's already coming out of me a little bit of what I learned in college subjects haha) and here is that fortunately.

    Without further ado, thanks to those who read my comment, I will not leave without wishing you a good day, afternoon or evening.✌️

  • @jaguar.force

    apparently you dont understand what ROI means....

  • @deathcross

    I read the post twice, as it seems to be the basis of your project. It seems to function, having benefits for groups A, B and C. It is a flexible adaptation to the actual, written and unwritten rules of the Steem realm.

    On longer term, I'm skeptic, because:

    • Steem inflation is too high
    • Steem price is in downwards trend and I don't see any factor to change that (mass adoption has no sense for the masses)
    • Competitors can be strong (Ex. voice.com launching plans on the 14th of February, FB Libra or something similar)
    • I don't see enough good posts on Steem etc. Maybe I should write my new post about it. Am I too pessimistic? Old grumpy man of me.
  • @block.token

    My question.!

    Two of the three projects, A and B, will it run all the time or only a few time in the future?

    Our project is build currently on 3 different groups: DELEGATORS + CONTENT CREATORS + CORE TEAM

    A) Delegators do not receive upvotes from us as a form of payment. We do not sell @project.hope upvotes. Our goal is to provide delegators with 100% curated rewards, making sure that delegating to us is profitable and worth it. so delegators = GROUP A

    B) We're upvoting manually with 100% VP - mostly publications related to tech industry + economy, publications posted mainly by several content creators who are part of this project. You can see those publications while visiting @project.hope and scrolling through recently resteemed post. Content creators = GROUP B

    All authors from our group are setting up 10-20% beneficiary from their posts to @ph-fund (project hope fund) and those resources will be used to support financially 5 well educated Venezuelans; right now I cover all those expenses myself and I'm hoping that within the next 3-4 months @project.hope economy will become fully sustainable.

    C) This way, all of those 5 guys (@juanmolina, @lanzjoseg, @fucho80, @jadams2k18, @pedrobrito2004) will manage to earn some extra money and we will be creating job positions for them. Those 5 Venezuelans (CORE TEAM) = GROUP C

  • @nabil.nassiri


    Working in this way requires significant capital to generate important profits. Because the more profits are good, the greater the interest in the subject and the greater the desire to create important topics, and the greater the desire for research and innovation. It is very important and attractive and deserves to be part of this project. We are also in Morocco. The situation is not much different from Venezuela or New Zealand. Everyone here wants to improve its financial position, but the problem of creating good capital remains to help in obtaining important profits weekly or monthly. The project is important and deserves follow-up and attention. Tout @nabil.nassiri

  • @offgridlife

    Awesome.... I will be in Group B... I am a Content Creator. I have written hundreds of posts and videos on small Offgrid Solar Projects.

  • @cryptolohy7

    Hello, a couple of newbie questions

    1.- How do I join this group??? what is the specific steps to join?? in my mind I was expecting like a facebook button that says "join group" but nothing of the sort is laid out. So, how do I join?

  • @awah

    Thanks @crypto.piotr @project.hope

    Although new to PH, it is an interesting concept and I understand well from your post how it works. I love the Venezuelan them too. It is a nice idea of supporting a few people who are living through a difficult situation where that support helps others learn about things that can provide all of us with a better future.

  • @hafizullah

    In Great Initiative, On my view after reading the details of the great project. It would be a real pleasure for me to be able to work with this initiative. And happliy add my name your trail.

  • @akdx

    Dear @crypto.piotr, I have edited the delegation to project.hope. Now, I have increased it and have delegated 100 SP to it. Have a great day my friend!

  • @ale.aristeguieta

    I must say first of all that I love the basis of this project when it comes to the beginning of this project and its vision of a self-sustaining economy that is born at the base of philanthropy. I think it also maintains a fundamental principle within crypto, the fact that they are capable of forming autonomous and decentralized economies. But nevertheless it works as a great neural network, where each part does its job, as in this case it is exposed in the article.

    If I think you could better explain the guarantees of the project, this is what I mean with what I could guarantee to you the creators of you, for example; that the work of Group C will be fully carried out so that the community grows optimally.

    The rest I think everything is understood, I find it a very interesting project, I think the development of a self-sustaining autonomous economic system is fascinating, I would like to see how the community grows, from here to the end of this year. It can be quite large.

  • @trabajosdelsiglo

    both the project and the messages left by other users are impressive, the understanding of the project and the challenges overcome are really fascinating