This post is for all the wise souls who believe in Compumatrix and have stuck it out through the years. Are you ready to fly?
There is so much we have learned about crypto-land. If you told me years ago, I would have been part of a groundbreaking company. I don’t know if I would have believed you. Well, I probably would. Like many of us here, I think outside the box.
What I didn’t know is how much patience, education, and perseverance it would take. Most of us had no idea what Henry was up to until a few years ago. And from there, it just kept getting bigger and better. Kudus to all of us who stood the test of time and listened to our intuitions, knowing we are on the precipice of something big.
There is a huge responsibility in being a part of this company, which means being prepared, open & willing. Which, to me, on an efficient level, means having my ducks in a row and doing what it takes. As you can see so far in my blogging here, I’m a big fan of “lists.”
I am an organized thinker. It keeps me focused & clear. My “to-do” list for Compumatrix has shifted over time, depending on our testing & learning. Today I have a clear picture of what we each need to have inline before opening our virtual doors to the World. This is MY list, my sharing.
As I was organizing recently, I realized I had forgotten some things I participated in or the small details of how things work. So I thought I’d share my “latest” list with you, and perhaps it will serve your memory & preparation, too.
Some of you have been here a lot longer than I have. This list only goes back five years. Perhaps you can share in the comment section other details to remind others?
This list intends to inspire us to have things “ready to go” before takeoff so you’ll have it together. This is not a full list; it’s just the start. It serves everyone to be prepared.
So, here we go!
Points: Have you decided how you’re going to earn points, insofar as what we know we will have available?
- Selling Stable Cards (do you remember how this works?)
- Writing blog posts and/or reading/commenting on them.
- Will you be running a node? (if so, are you set up for it?)
Old Transactions: If you participated, do you have an organized list of what is owed to you from past testing situations?
- Transactions or coins sent to Tradeceeds or Compumatrix?
- Any transactions in the old CDAP that didn’t work for you?
- Do you have the total points available that you accumulated from the World Community Grid project?
Wallets: Do you have the pathways set up (external wallets) to send your BTC to and know what you will use to store your coins?
- How do you want to manage what you cash out and use daily?
- Do you have a sheet set up for tax purposes?
- If you’re going to use hard wallets or paper wallets for storage, are you set up for these?
Privacy & Protection: Is your computer & phone set up for success?
- How will you manage passwords?
- Will you use a VPN?
- Do you have a secure email address?
- How private do you want your connections & transactions to be?
This is a quick list, yet each section requires more in-depth inquiry. Are you in need of a refresher? Gail’s tutorials are a great place to begin, too. There are informed decisions to make if you haven’t already done so.
If we want our company to succeed, we must know what choices work for us in each aspect and take responsibility for it. We also must keep up with the changes
Although I believe that one-day our business will be more straightforward, for now, we must be diligent and lead the way for others
Happy organizing! 😄