Sep 8, 2021 - Sep 29, 2021
This hackathon event had ended at Sept. 29, 2021, 11:59 p.m., please check the ongoing hackathons.
Grants Round 11 begins Sept 8th with the biggest matching pool yet, ready to be distributed to our community for funding public goods! Grants CLR rounds are an experiment in mechanism design, community governance, quadratic funding, and decentralized identity. We want to applaud the Ethereum community, the success of our current and past grantees, and the donors contributing to the future of the Web3 ecosystem.
During each quarterly round, our community rewards the hard work and contributions others have already made, while also funding the projects we believe will make the largest impact in the future. During Rounds 8, 9, & 10, we began running "Stacked Events" by pairing a hackathon with the grants round, encouraging the community to support a decentralized future by either building or donating to projects (or both!)
We’d like to invite you to join us to build the future of Web3, learn from online workshops, open new grants, and if you can, help fund great projects that are contributing to the public goods ecosystem.
All workshops and community sessions will be hosted on Airmeet - link and details coming soon!
Check out the Addevent schedule (coming soon) to RSVP and add the Gitcoin Community Calendar to your personal Google calendar to see when new events are happening!
If you're a new or returning hacker but haven't ventured out to the Grants side of the Gitcoin platform, you're in for a treat! Gitcoin Grants is an experiment where people can fund their open source projects for public benefit with QF (Quadratic Funding) matching contributions from Gitcoin’s Matching Fund, sponsored by donors in the Web3 ecosystem. By using QF, even a $1 donation to a project you support can earn them a match of 10-100x that amount.
Grants Round 8 saw $555,000 in contributions and $500,000 in matched funds distributed across 566 projects.
Grants Round 9 saw $1,380,000 in contributions and $500,000 in matched funds distributed across 812 projects. (Bonus - check out Vitalik's retro)
Grants Round 10 saw $1,100,000 in contributions and $700,000 in matched funds distributed across 1658 projects.
If you'd like to learn more, open your own grant, or donate, visit the grants about page and wiki to learn more!
Visit the Prize Explorer to check out the prizes posted by our hackathon sponsors. Click each prize to show important details, including the submission requirements, submission deadline, etc.
Chat with other hackers, ask sponsors and the Gitcoin team questions, find or create a team, and communicate real-time. Click here to join the party!
When your team is formed please have one of your teammates navigate to each prize page you plan to compete for and click the “Start Work” button.
Build your cool ideas and make your vision come true with your team!
When your project is completed, submit your work by clicking the “Submit Work” button on the prize page/
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