Community Programs

There’s an old saying that it takes a whole village to raise a child. Likewise, it takes a whole community to raise a successful startup company that can grow, scale and contribute to a healthy economy. We’re on a mission to locate tribal leaders to be our eyes, ears and voice in the Blockchain and Data Science communities. Here are some ongoing projects which we’ll need help for:


We are currently looking for translators to convert English to Indonesian, Malay, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Thai and Chinese for our Web contents, White and Yellow papers, ad-hoc articles etc.

Tone of Voice: Informal, active and easy to read
Terminology: Use industry-specific jargon

Do ensure that you proofread before sending over the translated version. Be on the lookout for spelling mistakes, grammar, punctuation, or omission of words.

All submissions should be in the form of a Word doc.

Content Contributions

Want to share articles on our rolling digest with the rest of our tribe? Here’s how it works:

Articles submitted for consideration should be of interest to our community and can include content around emerging technologies such as Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, ICO, cryptocurrencies, technopreneurship and innovation. It should have a tone that is appropriate for DATAVLT, be written by a person and not a PR department. We appreciate lively, polished writing that balances research or news with fun and memorable anecdotes or examples that help illustrate your point of view.

While we encourage drawing from your own experiences to support your ideas, over-the-top self-promotion (of yourself or your company) will prevent us from publishing your article. The same goes for dense jargon and abstract, blanket assertions.

Please no pitches, abstracts, outlines, press releases, interview offers or even phone calls.

How to Submit
Submitted contents must not be longer than 600–900 words in a Word doc format.

If you wish to start contributing, please send your articles over via email to