What is your field of expertise?

I was one of the earliest members of the Elastos Chinese community. I joined at the beginning of the Elastos project, and was fortunate to be part of the initial building of the Elastos community. Years of community operational experience have given me a deeper understanding of the important relationship between the project and the community. Now I wish to continue to do my small part for the development of the Elastos project from the perspective of the community.

What is your goal with Elastos by the end of the council’s next term?

First of all, I hope that the new CR Council members will join forces, learn from each other, and complement each other’s strengths to reach a CR consensus, and generate more collective wisdom to lead Elastos to a new level.

Secondly, I hope that Elastos will promote ecology and community construction as key tasks, find a reasonable solution to attract creative, technology and market-sensitive teams to develop around Elastos, and thus create various dApps on Elastos platform.

It is hoped that the community will strengthen its understanding and support of Elastos and CR, so that die-hard fans can radiate more light and heat, and increase the community’s overall confidence in Elastos. It is hoped that communities, teams, and ecological projects will promote each other and communicate more smoothly.

What is the main issue with ELA, looking at its market performance (dropping out of top 100, currently sitting 500+ in terms of MC)?

I think it is caused by various factors, such as the lack of strong community consensus, the lack of technology development to keep up with the development trend, the failure of ecological projects to form a virtuous circle with the community, the lack of project influence, and the lack of liquidity for ELA in the market. I hope these problems can be optimized and solved in the near future.

What should be Elastos’ killer dApp in your opinion?

In fact, the technical concept of Elastos itself is a huge “killer”. I recognized the strength of the Web3 concept proposed by Mr. Chen Rong many years ago, which will definitely become a major trend in the future.

What exactly the “killer” dApp will look like and when it will appear, it is not easy to predict in great detail, but I think it is not wrong to explore along the lines of data privacy and data monetization, and the “killer” dApp will appear in this field sooner or later.

For example, the two ecological projects of Elastos, CreDA and FilDA. If these two projects can be organically combined to form a closed loop in the future, it is likely to create a new value trust system in our virtual world, which will create a new model that probably make it a “killer” dApp.

How are you going to contribute to the CR Council if you get elected?

First of all, the most basic thing is to fulfill the responsibilities of the CR Council and attend (and contribute to) every Council meeting and every CR proposal in a serious and committed fashion. Secondly, it’s important to look for “bugs” to promote the more comprehensive development of Elastos, pay more attention to and recommend opportunities suitable for the development of Elastos, vigorously support the development of Elastos and community building, and bring more opinions and suggestions from the community to Elastos CR to share with you.

If you are running for your first time, please introduce yourself to the community. Tell us a little about your background, prior experience, and personal vision for Elastos and Cyber Republic. Or, if you are a former council member, please share your contribution to the CRC that you have made.

Two years ago, I was fortunate enough to be a member of the first CR Council, and we participated in the election in the name of “Chinese Community Admin Team”. As the name suggests, it was a small team made up of me as the community manager, and the other Chinese community administrators.

During our tenure, we created a model of team co-decision, where each proposal is given by each member, and finally, in the form of a minority subordinate to a majority, a resolution and the reasons for the decision are aggregated on behalf of the entire team. This is an attempt to practice “small CR governance” by a small team under the framework of the CR governance model.

I am very grateful to the administrators who contributed to Elastos silently at the beginning. They have contributed to the construction of the Elastos community and the development of CR. If there is a chance for me to become a CR Council member in the third year, I hope to carry on their spirit.

Would you say the design of suggestions and proposals, and the CRC in general, has been effective? What could be improved?

The CRC consensus is very good. Elastos is one of the blockchain projects that started to explore the DAO governance very early. Many important projects on the development path of Elastos had been discussed and resolved in the CRC , which is in line with the mission of the blockchain in that crowd-sourced efforts can generate crowd-wisdom, CRC itself is a bold experiment and exploration, and it is worthy of continuous development.

Judging from the previous iteration, CRC also has areas that need to be improved, such as how to support the Elastos ecological construction, how to test whether the final results of each project meet expectations, how to implement the Elastos Ecological Fund, and how to make ordinary community members participate in governance and so on.

Who else would you endorse for being on the Council with you?

I support die-hard fans of the Elastos community and insightful people with professional skills (such as project operation experience, technology development capabilities, investment industry background, blockchain industry influence, etc.) who wish to join the CR Council.

Is there anything else you would like to add?

Since the launch of the Elastos project, five years have passed. After these five years of struggle it must be remembered that Elastos started from scratch, has made progress on both technical/developmental and community fronts, the project has also experienced many ups and downs, and we’ve shared these together.

I remain a man who is passionate about the vision of Elastos, but admit that I really want to get some return from the investment I made long ago. However, I fully understand that the road to success will not always be smooth sailing. Perseverance is a necessary trait for success, no matter the final result.

In the end, I hope that Elastos can build the ecosystem and community bigger and stronger in the future, grasp the nettle of the Web3 ecological outbreak, and use focused effort and power to bring Elastos back to center stage.

We must persist in the development of Elastos…Come on Elastos!