Our community is just like any other community — differences exist. In our case, it’s the organizational differences. This is normal and something we should all embrace. However, we should not allow our differences to be a stumbling block in achieving our goal in developing our HTML blockchain as a community. Our community is strong because we are diverse and composed of different people around the world, which makes us one big family.
As of now, nothing has changed in our Mission and Vision as stated in our White Paper. Our team will continue to develop our projects as stated in the White Paper. In fact, as part of our restructuring and reorganization, it is integral that we invite more experts in software development to finish the stated projects as reflected in our roadmaps and pipelines.
This restructuring and reorganization is a phase every organization can’t shy away from. It should be seen positively because this will enable us to recruit more talented individuals around the globe to help us develop our software offerings. Remember, the Htmlcoin is just one of the many products that we are developing now. We will continue to develop more products in our blockchain. We encourage outside developers to create new tools and projects that will benefit our community. To do this, we will set aside a budget to help encourage talented developers to join our community.
The recent chaos has been caused by negative misinformation which resulted in fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) among our community members. To mitigate this, we will continue to monitor our social media outlets and make reasonable adjustments necessary to make sure it will not create unnecessary anxiety to future and current community members.
The forking of CoinGather was in line in with the fiduciary spirit. The CoinGather funds will be handed to a 3rd party entity to secure the coins in the near future. This has caused many controversies. One of the concerns is that it creates an extra supply. But this is not the case because the old wallet sent to CoinGather is frozen and cannot be spent. Hence, not able to enter in circulation. In essence, nothing was added.
Another concern is that our blockchain was compromised because of the forking. Nothing has been compromised so far as Peter Bushnell, our Executive Vice-President for Technology, can attest.
Coingather（取引所。HTML5も上場されていたが、2017年11月に突如閉鎖）の詐欺的閉鎖に伴うHTMLのフォークは正しい判断でした。近い将来、Coingatherに預けられていた資産は第三者機関にわたされます。懸念されることとして、供給量が増えてしまうことがあります。ですが、Coingatherのウォレットは凍結されているため、供給量が増えることはありません。もう1つの懸念は、フォークすることでHTMLブロックチェーンが危険に曝されることです。これについては、Peter Bushnell（Executive Vice-President for Technology）が何も問題はないと証言しています。
The Global Family
Once an Htmlcoin member, always an Htmlcoin member. That being said, we are a global family. Yes, differences will exist in such a large and global community as ours. But, in reality, it is our diversity that actually makes us stronger! We should respect our diversity and celebrate it! For now, the most important thing to do is to regroup and move together as a strong and unified Htmlcoin community.
In the past week, there have been some exchanging of words among the teams that should have not happened publicly. We are all humans and prone to errors. Emotions were involved and feelings were hurt. This is part of our human experience and things such as this need to be handled privately within the team. Such negative and public exchanging of communication differences has the potential to shake the very core of our community. I am personally disappointed for what happened, especially all the unnecessary fear, anxiety, and stress caused to the community.
I would like to make a reconciliatory statement among teams, that is — As an Htmlcoin community, we need to regroup and pick up the pieces together. To do this, we will collaborate to find common ground. By moving forward, we will have to burn old bridges and build newer and better ones.
I ask our community members to reach out to us (email@example.com) and to ask what they can do to help heal the community. By becoming proactive members, we will recover from this brief setback more quickly. The community’s support is an integral part of the solution. Healing will create momentum for a more positive future in the community.
To start the healing process, we will implement some changes to how we do things as a community. That is the way we hire new talents, appropriating funds for projects, and project management.
As part of the rebuilding process, Simon Telfer is rejoining the team as Technical Advisor for Technology and Business Development. He will help formulate Technology and Business strategies in the community. Ilir Tahiri is also joining, he is a veteran in the community and will help with project management. Antony is also joining in the marketing team to help create more responsive content. We will hire more people and will seek professional help in finding the best talents to join us. From this day forward, everyone that is hired will be introduced formally to the community and the community will get a chance to meet and know them.
Another equally important matter is that we will publicize our projects, including the ones in the roadmaps and timelines for community members to prioritize. After we, as a community decide what projects we will undertake, we will then start promoting them throughout the community. We have several project developers wanting to develop in our blockchain, waiting for the team’s approval.
Developers seeking to develop in our blockchain and in our community will then present their project to the community for comments. We will also include projected budgets for transparency.
Simon Telferは技術とビジネス開発の技術アドバイザーとしてチームに再び参加します。彼は地域の技術戦略とビジネス戦略を開発する手助けをしてくれるでしょう。 Ilir Tahiriも参加しています。彼はコミュニティのベテランであり、プロジェクト管理を支援してくれるでしょう。 Antonyもマーケティングチームに参加して、より反応性の高いコンテンツの作成を支援してくれます。さらに、才能あふれる新たな人を雇います。
HTML is listed on more and more exchanges without deviating from existing plans to launch new Web sites, mobile IOS, Android wallet. Details are posted on HITBTC, Kucoin and others. Otherwise advertisers are not involved in the internal activities of our organization and are purely sharing guesswork.
The POMA team also has a great job in developing the POMA software package. We allocate the budget for this along with the new talent we have joined to realize this. This will make the community more powerful and bigger by providing software.
I am sincerely grateful to the POMA team members. It is a pity that our members leave the HTMLCOIN team. New talent will join the team, add more products and services, develop the possibilities of block chain technology and focus on the best for the community.