An embassy is a nonprofit entity created for the purpose of technological development and adoption, alongside education. As nonprofit entities, they have no owners, are represented by a volunteer board of directors, and are operated by teams of creatives and delegates. Embassies are independently funded by a portion of each NXS block that is mined. The NXS automatically transfers into the Embassy’s signature chain. Each embassy is sovereign, creating a decentralized organization for network wide governance. Embassy funding is reviewed every year, and voted on by the Nexus community. Currently, Nexus has one embassy.
Developing open-source technology to support decentralization, innovative applications and responsible values.
Nexus is a community-driven project with the common vision of a world inspired by innovation and responsible values, expansive technology, and the fundamental quality of connection being ubiquitous, free, and available to everyone. Our technology is designed to simplify lives, empower communities, and streamline business, while embodying the founding principles of Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin.
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Colin Cantrell is a software architect, engineer, musician and composer. Having been raised in the aerospace industry, he took up programming at the age of 11, and was helping to build rockets by the age of 16. Through these combined interests, in 2014 Nexus was born, bringing together technologies to promote a greater distribution of resources and communication. His ultimate vision is to increase the accessibility of these technologies in order to help people to build a greater connection to one another.
US Embassy Board of Directors
Carolyn Sechler, CPA, CGMA is the CEO and founder of Sechler CPA PC, a Certified B Corporation and Arizona Benefit Corporation, in Phoenix, Arizona. She brings more than 30 years of experience to her work in tax, training / education and consulting exclusively to the non-profit sector. In 2018, Carolyn transitioned her role to consultant and development for the newly formed firm of Sechler Morgan CPAs PLLC, now lead by team member, Kristina Morgan, CPA. Subsequently, she created a new entity, Sechler 501 Consulting Inc. providing consulting services and training to nonprofit organizations. This practice, which remains a ‘virtual accounting’ firm, demonstrates the team’s belief in the liberating power of technology.