Summary of Today’s Netleaders Webinar: Wednesday, May 23.
Today’s webinar featured John Pretto, Michael Mathias and Dave Courvoisier.
DASC on CoinMarketCap.com
As expected, with increasing DASC volume on external exchanges, DasCoin has now been officially listed on CoinMarketCap.com. Currently, the DASC listing does not currently show an accurate Total Supply figure and instead shows the figure for Circulating Supply in its place. An API has been created by the tech team to provide a live update of Circulating Supply and a clarification has been made regarding Total Supply. These revisions should show up shortly, at which time the listing will show an accurate market cap figure.
An event will be held in Barcelona on June 30. The event will be a leadership summit that will be limited in size. Invitations are being sent out and only 500 of the top leaders in the NetLeaders organization will be in attendance. Those leaders will also receive the first 500 cards for DasPay. At the event, the first five projects of Das33 will be presented. The event will not be live streamed but the content will be published shortly after for all Advocates to view in the back office.
A great idea for daily updates came out of meetings in Belgrade last week: a daily feed of 15-second video selfies from people throughout the ecosystem (and all over the world). These video showcases of “good news” and moments of creation or contribution will be an ideal way for people to better understand how dynamic and active the people of the Das ecosystem are every single day. Look for this starting very soon…
British Columbia Restriction
Regarding an inquiry by a regulator in British Columbia (a province in Canada), the matter is being addressed by DasCoin Limited, which is in direct contact with the regulator. The company is in the process of clarifying the circumstances and the nature of the regulator’s concerns. Nonetheless, because all of the entities within the Das ecosystem have taken a strong stand to always remain compliant within active jurisdictions, it was decided that NetLeaders will no longer accept new registrants from British Columbia within its system. Starting today, license purchasers from Canada will need to identify their province during the purchase process, and residents of British Columbia will not be permitted to purchase a NetLeaders license. Through continued communication, it is hoped that the situation will be clarified to the regulator’s satisfaction so that this restriction can be lifted. In the meantime, we ask for understanding and patience from any affected British Columbia residents. We are seeking to address this matter in the most professional and expedient manner possible.
Pay-Ins Through Berkeley
“Fund Account” and “Purchase License” are now available through the Berkeley Financial Systems digital wallet.