hello. Horizen team.
2023 is just around the corner.
Was it the year you did your best work?
Here are my personal thoughts.
1. Remove Privacy from Horizen
A new direction for Horizen
This year, Horizen made a big change.
We removed privacy from the main chain.
Some might accuse us of losing our identity, but I think we went in the right direction.
But the direction was good, what about the after?
People still think of Horizen as a privacy coin.
Did you do anything to fix that?
It is also categorized as a privacy coin on the popular CoinMarketCap.
Doesn’t the team visit any of these big analytics sites?
I mentioned Coinmarketcap as an example, but there are many more.
Do you analyze these sites to follow market direction and trends?
And why didn’t you think to correct any misinformation during your analysis?
You should probably send a written request to the site so that they can correct the misinformation quickly.
2. The Ambassador Program
I have a question about this ambassador program that marketing has chosen.
What are the criteria for selecting the ambassadors?
What do they do?
Does your team have a system for evaluating your Ambassadors on a monthly basis?
Do your Ambassadors regularly contribute monthly articles?
Do your Ambassadors only see Horizen as their passion?
Ambassadors are involved in a variety of activities beyond Horizen.
If the ambassadors are working hard offline, I apologize for devaluing them.
But if they are only active online, well, I wonder if this has worked out so well as marketing.
Try to quantify your ambassadors’ activities.
What articles did Ambassador A contribute and in what ways did they contribute to Horizen.
I think we can find ways to improve the Ambassador program.
3. How to activate Horizen community
Is the Horizen community well organized?
As far as I know, the main ones are WeChat in China, KakaoTalk in Korea, and Discord.
Regardless of Horizen’s popularity, why isn’t the community active?
I think it’s a lack of upfront information.
Does the team think there’s information to be gained from the community?
From what I’ve seen so far, it’s accurate and good to just look at what’s happening on Twitter.
I don’t think there’s any good information to be gained from being active in the community.
- Are Communities Really Functional?
I received a personalized DM today.
Why is this a personal DM to me?
I think this is something to ask on Discord or via a ticket.
4. Horizen should be going for the blue ocean, not the red ocean.
Horizen is currently lagging behind in many areas, including
-Bitcoin Ordinals - BRC20
Development towards BRC20 with the Bitcoin Ordinals protocol
In my opinion, this is a blue ocean and it’s just getting started.
Why can’t I think of a way to market this? Or is Horizen because development in this direction has been slow?
There are only a few coins in the RWA market, called RWA coins, that really get it right. I hope to quickly gain influence in this area.
I’m sure your team has talked about both of these topics, and I’m sure you’re doing something about it. But if they are, I hope they’re doing some marketing to get word of mouth, to get Horizen in people’s minds.
5. How the average investor sees Horizen
Top reasons to invest in Horizen
I don’t think there is anything else that comes in at the beginning.
Upcoming Price Drivers
- DCG’s Pumping
- ETF Narrative
- Listing on the Korean Exchange
All the team can do here is list on exchange 3.
That’s what people expect.
People don’t think anyone expects Horizen’s technology to drive the price up.
HL had a huge valuation increase in the industry because of its technology.
People do not sure about the technical value of Horizen. If you ask me why Horizen is better, I don’t have a good answer. I don’t have a good answer because it’s a feature that all other coins have and no one has explained to me that it’s a unique strength of Horizen.
Unless about Horizen tech some big upcoming deal that we don’t know about, it’s probably going to be a long time coming, right?
*I’m not a yes man. *
I’m just an investor and a hodler who wants Horizen to do well.
The current price of Zen is very cold.
I want to stay warm for Christmas.
I’m sorry for always making you listen to things that can be rude.
2023 was a challenging year. I hope 2024 will be even better.
To the Horizen team, Sincerely