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​Mapala Mission is to erase the boundaries

After the last interview with the architect of Mapala Project @, there was a talk behind the blog's curtain:Tarimta: Things have been quiet recently with MapalaKatrin: Yesterday we posted an article in the Mapala's blog – it is exactly about this calm period, you can read itTarimta: I read, and I votedKatrin: so, you see)Tarimta: The interview was definitely moderated) I would ask plenty of tricky questions)After that a lot of tricky questions were addressed to @, it was even qui...

The World Citizen.

Hello, guys! This is Phoenix with you today, I would like to introduce you with the new project that was launched a week ago – “The Citizen of the World”.As mentioned, we will publish the interviews of the most vivid and inspiring users of (blockchain start-up).The first guest was really nice and agreed for an interview with me was… (a drum roll).. – SHARKER!You will be also excited (as me) to discover the ‘t...

​How Mapala was conquering the capital. Part 2. Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference, walking with tambourine, interview with Humaniq and other))

The second day of joint staying of Mapala team in Moscow promised to be hot. For this day there was only one main thing planned, but, oh boy, that thing was great! Joint march to the largest event in the field of crypto world and blockchain-technologies - Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Russia.About the conference."...Blockchain is not only for IT-people. It is also for entrepreneurs and for end-use customers. The use of blockchain is not limited by crypto payments – smart contracts, auctions,in...

How Mapala was conquering the capital. Part 1. Evening with Golos, meeting with the MSU (Moscow State University) Faculty of Geography and conversation with Petr Osipov.

Giving coverage to participation of the Mapala team in the international exhibition SUMMER-2017 we promised that interesting news about off-line activity of the dream team were waiting for you. Past two days were so filled that they couldn't be put inside one post.Everything began on Tuesday - with team meeting where gathered @, @lehard, @natasha, @Ac1d, @arjun, @uralresp, @kilogramm82 and your obedient servant. Brain storm, dedicated to the strategy of project development, which had be...

FAQ (FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS)

Why is good for me? Why do I need it? is a global tourist knowledge base, social network and new generation corporation. At this stage of the project, you can post articles about your trips and interesting places and get paid for it. You can also learn some information from our original content. Further, the project will become a platform which will help you to plan the route of your trip and become your reliable partner in your journeys. W...

[Mapala] Alpha Release 1.03

ALPHA 1.03 Added a “curation trail” function (it will work only with Steem right now). Added receiving SBD for Steem Pre-ICO. Now, if you have some free SBD on Steem, you can use them to participate in MapalaNet Pre-ICO. Added an ability to add the key from the author’s UNDEFINED page. Now we’re showing the user why their blog could be empty. Added the previews in Telegram. Fixed metadata for every article, that would also allow better indexing by the search engines. Added a module to repost i...

Weekly Statistics of community Mapala.net

We bring to your attention the report according to the statistics of Mapala's community for last week. Posts and payments: 330 posts are published in a week (+59%); Amount of rewards for all posts 145423 rubles ($2503,84); Average reward for a post with mapala tag - 440,60 rubles ($7.58) (-37%); The best post of this week again from @sharker. Post Baikal. Island of Olkhon. South side of the island collected rubles ($82.93) and 156 votes; The greatest total award of one author. Here@...

MapalaNet: Vanilla startup or harsh hardcore?

Hi, guys! It is @lehard speaking, and today I'd like to talk about our blog's format and share the problems we face. We are not the first or last people who decided to run a blog and talk about what we do. Reading most of such blogs, I can see them saturated with success. It seems that if you touch the screen, you will be a success yourself. Every one with MacBooks, every team member is a genius and a daring Zuckerberg. But is it actually like this? I took part in many projects, and from my ex...

First development, first fail and meeting @lehard


11 reasons why you should become an author on Mapala.net right now

You want to change your life and fill it with bright colors? Or maybe you are a frequent traveler and looking for someone to share your impressions with? I have some great news for you! Take advantage of the unique opportunity to become part of the most promising and fast-growing Internet community of travelers – MAPALA!

How to register and format your first post on MAPALA.NET

< registration Registration is necessary for merger Steem and Golos accounts, tourist rating creation and future distribution of MapalaNet tokens between investors and active participants. Click Signup button. Go to website and click the “Registration” button. Choose a username (you can change it later in account settings) and password: Click Signup button. Add Posting Key Mapala website works on Steem (English) and Golos (Russian) blockchains. In order to post on mapala.n...

First community on a Steem Blockchain. Mapalanet — society of independent travellers.

We are proud to announce the project, built on a 2 blockchain bases at the same time: Steem & Golos. We’ve been already successfully operated for 3 weeks with Golos blockchain. Our hashtag has reached a strong position at the top of the tag list, rarely moving down from Top-5. Finally, we decided to present our results to the Steemit world community. Right now as well as its younger brother have diverce and unstructured stream of information. All the important feature...

[Mapala Blog] Shaman meetup

Hello, my friends! It is @lehard speaking, and I want to tell you about our second team meeting that was this weekend. The previous meeting was in Miass, and after that we decided to launch our preICO. The last meeting went productive as well. We organized that meeting spontaneously. In the middle of the week we just decided that it was the time to fix our structure, we couldn't postpone it any longer. More and more people join our team, so we had to establish all the processes urgently, otherwi...

[Mapala Blog] The first journey with the Mapala team and the new idea – MAPALANET

The story of @ In April 2015, my good friend went to Indonesia, so we needed to organize "something" special! I contacted Olen and asked for help. We prepared a 1 month route. The first week is a journey across Java Island. We planned to descend to several caves, fly on a paraglider, go to waterfalls, beaches and ride bikes off-road (it was the first time we ever drove them, by the way :)). Everyday was something new, something dangerous and safe at the same time, because everything was ...

[Mapala blog] Moscow, Moscow. You are so surprising! How Mapala leads went to Moscow

@ here, and in this post I’ll tell you about our Moscow trip. We participated in a blockchain conference, where we presented our project. We were met with a open arms, and we were able to talk with activists from other projects, including: - AgroCash. They have a site close to Moscow, where they are building a blockchain mechanism for controlling agroindustry. All of that is really distant from us, but Agro-tourism is a topic that works with us. They are in contact with abo...

[Mapala Blog] Chelyabinsk -> Yekaterinburg -> Moscow

@ here. Only a day after Mapala meetup in Miass, I’ve got a call from @uralresp, who told me that there’s an interesting man nearby, and it is important to meet him. So next morning, I’ve packed a bag, and took a ride on Blablachar (p2p taxi), and traveled to the nearby city of Yekaterinburg. Minus 25 degrees celsius (minus 13 farenheit). Cold, but what can you do? 250 kilometers later, me and @uralresp walk in Yekaterinburg towards the meeting place. Our conversations over the hour, are...

[Mapala Blog] Hardcore Ural Meetup

Hi friends, @lehard writing. At year’s start, right after the New Year, there was a meetup that was significant for our team. Right during the meetup we officially announced our project to the Russian speaking audience, and only a couple weeks later launched a pre-ICO, where we gathered first finances for our project. I was invited to the meetup before the New Year, with the pitch being that it was a meet of the local blockchain-community. It is important to notice, that Russian block...

Mapala Traveller Community. How it started

@ writing Everything started 2 years ago (Spring 2015). I was in Indonesia then, lived for a first two months there, and was searching for what I found in the end. I have an interest and a soft spot for risky outdoors travel, and I was really glad when I met Olen. We were introduced by our mutual friends at a party, and we found common ground quickly, even despite the fact, that his English was really bad. Olen is a member of the original Indonesian Mapala community, his base is locatedI...

Idea behind MapalaNet Travel Community and its short story

MapalaNet project was born in May 2015 in Indonesia, as a common commercial project and during 2 years of its existence transformed into the idea of a Global Travellers Community as well as a “People’s Corporation”, that would be able to bring the advantages of decentralization and blockchain technologies into the real world. We aim to create a number 1 tourist company and sideline such industry giants as Tripadvisor. We will tell about what we went through as well as about the current events i...

A story of certain startup. Mapala travellers community blog launch

@lehard writing. I am writing this 10 000 meters above ground. A bit more than 100 years ago a few people would believed in the possibility of such thing. 10 000 meters, over the mountains and clouds! But a couple of eccentrics — Wright brothers were able to progress from a far room in a workshop to the manned flying vehicle in just a few years. They did not have a cadre of scientists, they didn’t have special technical education, they didn’t have backing by large magnates with unlimited financi...