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Venehsoftw proposed developing university communities in Venezuela and Argentina focused on the Arbitrum Ecosystem to promote blockchain-based knowledge and innovation. However, concerns arise due to the lack of clarity on the project's overall cost and end date.
This discussion revolves around a proposal made by Venehsoftw1 to develop university communities in Venezuela and Argentina that are focused on the Arbitrum Ecosystem. The proposal is rooted in the belief that universities are key sources for the generation and promotion of knowledge, particularly in the field of blockchain-based technological solutions. The plan includes a series of steps for implementation, such as the acquisition of mobile devices, development of social network profiles, hiring of domains, and the implementation of bots for content management.
The community's reaction to this proposal is not explicitly mentioned in the summaries provided. However, the fact that the proposal has been put forward and is being discussed suggests that there is interest and engagement from the community.
The proposal is positive as it aims to equip universities with the necessary tools for the development of blockchain-based technological solutions. This could potentially lead to the generation of new knowledge and innovation in the field. Furthermore, the implementation of this proposal could foster a stronger connection between academia and the Arbitrum Ecosystem, potentially leading to more collaboration and advancements in the future.
The negative aspect of this proposal is the lack of clarity regarding the overall cost and the end date of the project. The timeline for the project is set to start on 01/10/2023, with development taking place throughout October 2023. However, the end date is not specified as the dissemination of content and performance of activities is expected to be maintained over time. This could potentially lead to uncertainties and challenges in terms of project management and resource allocation.
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