What is Boomerangsr going to do once it becomes SR on the Tron Network and why are we so different to all the other SR candidates.
Boomerangsr is here to serve a community of funders, social investors and social change agents working to achieve positive social, cultural, environmental and community change by leveraging their financial assets and influence by voting for Boomerangsr.
The group here at Boomerang want to share with you the voter the rewards of producing blocks on the Tron network however with a shared goal of the three basics of philanthropy, what, to which and how.
Through discussion and response to literature, young people would define philanthropy as the sharing of time, talent, and treasure for the common good. Young people reflect on the benefit of philanthropy to the giver and receiver.
Could one argue that Education and the study of written text can help young people escape the clutches of Radix omnium malorum est cupiditas
Definition of Philanthropy
The three basics of philanthropy: what, how & to which
Philanthropy is a bit of an awkward term, few individuals know what it is (and what it is not: e.g. a common misconception is that philanthropists are a bunch of rich men). While most individuals (if not all) have been in contact with philanthropy at some point in their lives: either as donor, volunteer or solicitor. Philanthropy is defined as the individual voluntary contribution (money, time, goods expertise) for the benefit of the public good (Payton, 1988). But that is still a wordy description of something so simple and familiar. I can explain it a lot easier by the three basics of philanthropy: the how, what and to which.
What: types of giving
What are we giving? We are giving more than money, even though this is often the most popular one. There are several donation sources: time, providing expertise, goods (Payton, 1988) and body material. When someone donates time we call this volunteering. There are many forms of this type of giving. Another option is to give expertise, which we describe as crowd sourcing (not to confuse with crowd funding which is donating money online). You can also think about donating products like clothes or old cell phones. And a final option is to give body materials. This might sound a bit weird but it is not uncommon, think about donating blood. Or the less common version: organs.
How:seven donation sources
When I mention the word ‘donations’ you are likely to think about the classic door-to-door collections. But there are many sources you can use to give. For instance a charity lottery (e.g. National Postcode Lottery), or charity funds, sponsoring of companies, during church time, legacies. Another option is to make a donation online, like with crowd funding.
To which: eight donation categories
There are several donation categories: church and philosophy, healthcare, international help, environment, nature, animal care, education and research, culture and arts, sport and recreation, societal care and additional.
Boomerang commits to distributing 80% of rewards back to its voting membership, FIXED no IF'S no BUT'S via its BOOM token
These will be automatically rewarded daily in a BOOM token. and reserve 10% for community voting of decentralised and philanthropy projects, but mainly connected with children facing poverty and destitution.in their communities.
And the remaining 10% to cover the overheads of the network administration fees. We are a non for profit group who aim to fund and to help educate these young people along with developing Dapp programs to assist in making a change in their personal circumstances through support and education.
This BOOM token can be exchanged 1BOOM FOR 1TRX, No IFS No BUTS, by simple sending back the rewarded token to our converter address which in turn auto sends back TRX to you the voter.
However, there will be three pots to initially donate into for projects that for the first year of operation Boomerangsr will vote for. This may include young Dapp developers who has a great idea but has limited access to transportation, yet the Dapp could bring reward for his community. By investing in the young generation rewards will then come back to those that rewarded to the What for the possibility of the Dapp becoming a success and wide distribution into other similar communities.
Or the voting might simple include projects that are deemed for the common good of a community or people to get the written text in front of them and empower them with education for the common good of the community.
These features will appear on the web page alongside a calculator for daily rewards for holdings held and voting for Boomerangsr.
After the first year Boomerangsr will put out to the voting community Which to HOW you would like to see Boomerangsr giving to What
All programs funded will be transparently shown with live updates through the Boomerangsr web portal
What makes us the so different to the rest of the TRON SR’s
Finance, like most human inventions, is constantly evolving. In the beginning it was basic: food was traded for livestock, and livestock for resources like wood, or maize. It progressed to precious metal, such as silver and gold. And now, the next step in financial evolution has come to light.
As Boomerangsr is here to serve a community of funders, social investors and social change agents working to achieve positive social, cultural, environmental and community change by leveraging their financial assets and influence by voting for Boomerangsr.
This new form of currency has been constantly evolving over the past decade, developed by an unknown person and maintained by a collective group of the brightest minds in technology. It’s a new form of money that is created and held digitally, and the most important part, of course, is that no government owns it, or decides its value - the peer-to-peer network community does.
We call this new money, ‘Crypto currency or digital assets’.
Historically, world currency has been based on gold - you could give a government based currency to the bank and receive a set amount back in gold. In contrast, Crypto Currency isn’t based on silver or gold - it’s based on mathematical proofs validated by a public ledger called blockchain technology.
Crypto Currency is generated through a complex sequence of mathematical formulas that run on computers; the network shares a public ledger using block chain technologies that record, and validate, every transaction processed.
A single institution, such as the government, does not control the Crypto Currency network. The idea behind the technology has always been - and remains - one of decentralisation - that is, remaining completely independent of a central authority, like a bank, a government, or a country. Anyone can access the open-source software that makes Crypto Currency work, and it’s those individuals interested that maintain it. But, who invented the first Crypto Currency Bitcoin? Is it a valid and legitimate world currency? And why did nobody think of this before?
Boomerangsr is a representative of the community; The majority of our leadership team is from the Tron community itself. We are the community, the users of Tron.
Please vote for Boomerangsr, lets together get the What, the How and To Which into the right places for the good of communities of many and let them escape the clutches of Radix omnium malorum est cupiditas
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