Telos Blockchain And The Community

The Telos4Africa is back to active life after the fun-filled holiday with unlimited interaction, peer-2-peer activities, community building games, educational content and lots more. Our social media handles have been buzzing with life and all Telosians are welcome to join us. There are diverse fun-filled varieties activities on our community platforms designed to ensure everyone is able to connect in one way or the other as well as lots of benefits and rewards for participation. Please see our daily and weekly schedules below and note the days and activities that fit in with your areas of interest;

Daily Activities

  • Monday – Jokes and memes (WhatsApp/ telegram) 
  • Tuesday – Let’s talk about music and movies (WhatsApp) 
  • Wednesday – Talk about blockchain (Telegram) 
  • Thursday – Sports/ Promote your business (WhatsApp) 
  • Friday – Telos4africa night (Everything telos and more, Whatsapp) 
  • Sunday- Share your ideas (Whatsapp) 

Weekly Activities

  • Weekly Contest/Challenge – Begins on Tuesdays & submission closes by 12 noon on Fridays
  • Discord Hangout: Holds every third Wednesday of the month, 7:30 pm GMT+1 (any change in the plan will be communicated beforehand)
  • Bi-weekly Trivia: Starts in February & holds on Mondays.


  • Telos Africa (5 syllables; Te/los/Af/ri/ca)
  • Spread the word to everyone (7 syllables; spread/the/word/to/eve/ry/one)
  • Spread the Telos love (5 syllables; Spread/the/Te/los/love)

This week’s challenge was simple, fun and for the poetic at heart. The contestants were to write a “Haiku” using the words, ‘Telos’ and ‘Africa’. The idea was to come up with a short poem using very few words as creatively as possible. A Haiku is a simple poem with 3 lines in a 5-7-5 format. Unlike the more common poems, the lines rarely rhyme but the Haiku is distinguished by its unique structure in which the first and third lines have 5 syllables while the second line has 7 syllables. See the example below;

We had a total of 5 entries and all entries were rewarded. However, we have 2 winners who followed the poem’s rules and still turned out to be very artistic and beautiful.



In other news, the Telos4Africa team will be representing the global team live at the EOS Invasion conference. There, we will be fulfilling our mandate to form healthy liaisons with other blockchain communities, impact lives and spread the Telos gospel to the African community. There would be several other blockchain communities represented at the event and an unquantifiable wealth of knowledge would be shared. Of course, there would also be Telos giveaways and all interested participants should be armed with a working Telos account to be able to benefit from it. The conference schedule and details are below;

Date: 15th February 2020

Venue: J. F. Ajayi Auditorium, Unilag, Lagos

Time: 11 am

What’s on this week’s roster?

The weekly open contest begins again on Monday 27th January 2020. Invite your friends to join the Telos4africa community. See you all next week and don’t forget to invite your friends to the T4A community.



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A community building project to educate African youths about the possibilities of blockchain technology powered by the Telos network.

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