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ARK is committed to fostering a growing community of engaged participants. Today, we are adding to the already long list of initiatives by enhancing Reddit.ARK.io. Our subreddit will now automatically generate questions and discussion topics for the community, with the ARK team weighing in by responding to all top-level comments.
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Reddit.ARK.io is Evolving
There has never been a better time to subscribe to the ARK Subreddit. Reddit is a pretty effective platform for the purpose of coming together and sharing opinions and ideas (save for a few quirks). In fact, a large number of people have started using Reddit for the first time solely due to their interest in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, myself included. Moving forward, we will be capitalizing more on what Reddit offers and leverage it to establish a deeper connection with the ARK community.
The initial inspiration behind these improvements comes from the 30 Days of ARK campaign, where the ARK Community Committee asked for the community’s opinions on 30 ARK concepts over 30 days. Those opinions were merged into an educational resource called ARKThoughts.com, where everyone can read through first-hand opinions on everything ARK.
What We Did
Every three days, the auto moderator of our subreddit will pose a new question or topic of discussion to the community. These questions and topics are different from the 30 Days of ARK topics, and they will offer a unique twist that we believe will spur community engagement and give us even more valuable insight. Here are a few examples:
- What are your pain points in using ARK technology? Find anything odd that we can improve on?
- What’s the most interesting thing you read in our blog over the past couple of months?
- Would ...
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