Ambassador Team

Community Contributors


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Ahmed Asaad

medo@nexus.io
Slack: @medo_nz

Having come from a telecommunications engineering background, I gravitated towards Nexus in 2017 as I was fascinated in the vision of building a truely decentralized blockchain protocol that could also be accessed via a decentralized network, made possible by the implementation of a satellite and ground mesh technology. The innovative and unrelenting approach applied by the core development team in building the Nexus protocol, coupled with the amazing ethos displayed by the Nexus community has motivated me greatly to become more involved and contribute to the project in any way possible. I have been an active member on the various community channels, contributed to content creation and look forward to raising further awareness of the Nexus vision. With many years of experience in telecommunications engineering, strategic asset management, project and programme management, I hope to utilize this skillset to continually contribute towards Nexus.

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April Bunje

april@nexus.io
Slack: @maid

April has been actively involved in the Nexus community since 2017. True to the name of Nexus, it was the connections of the many that brought her to the community and she became a contributor to support its vision, values and innovations. Her interests in economics, technology, investments and compliance provided meaningful contributions to co-writing content. April’s experience and constant research helped define terminology, provide context and varying perspectives which support Nexus’ solutions.

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Guillermo

Slack: @Guidisix

Guillermo AKA elmoSantorini, is a South American earth scientist (PhD, M.Sc), born in the Spectrum(ASD). He has always been interested in learning many things, such as computers and science. He studied at the National University of Chile(B.Sc), then move to Australia to Study a ANU(M.Sc) and UQ(PhD candidate). His focus lies in the improvement of local communities, governance and equity in education, health and the development of open source solutions. After learning about Nexus in 2017, he believes in the vision, philosophy and technology. Currently, he is working to spread awareness of Nexus in Chile and Argentina, and translating content. He is proficient in Linux, Databases, JavaScript.

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April Henderlong

aries@nexus.io
Slack: @Aries
Telegram: @Aries

April graduated from the Academy of Art University with a BA in Traditional Illustration. While in college she started doing graphic designs for various companies and websites. In January of 2015 April discovered the emerging world of Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies and obsession quickly took over. It was August of 2016 that she found Nexus and immediately knew she wanted to become more involved. She created a merchandise and apparel shop for Nexus where products continue to ship around the world. She currently works with the team doing NexusOfficial and NXSCommunity Twitter graphics, and is starting to create some website imagery also. April hopes that her graphic efforts will help bring awareness and education to Nexus in the present and consistently in the future.

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Cain Nussdorfer

Slack: @nustiman

Cain Nussdorfer has been a blockchain advocate since 2015. He works alongside the AU Embassy to help spread awareness about Nexus and its technology through social media, meetups, exhibitions and conferences. In it for the technology, and excited to be part of bringing global adoption to build better efficiencies using blockchain innovations. Aspiring Python, JS, Linux and HTML/CSS developer and pianist.

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T

Tom@nexus.io
Slack: @T
Telegram: @T

The passion and dedication of the community is what attracted T to Nexus in late 2017. With a background in mechanical systems design and education, he quickly fell in love with the Nexus vision. T currently coordinates the Nexus Community Twitter page in hopes of sharing with the rest of the world the wonder that is Nexus.

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Nino Teodosijevic

Slack: @Nino00
Telegram: @Nino00slav

The impact that new technologies such as a truly decentralized blockchain could have on existing systems, is what fascinates me the most. I discovered Nexus in 2017, and was especially attracted by the prospect of a truly decentralized internet. The awesome Nexus team and their ‘no comprises’ approach - to do it the right way, instead of going the easy and wrong route, is why I started to help and support Nexus' Vision. I am active in all community channels for all questions, and my technical background helps me support the community with wallet problems. Due to my work in power engineering and energy economics, I am particularly interested in the impact of blockchain on the wholesale markets, energy trading, and the possibility of shared renewable assets.