Communities of The Bounties Network

Since early 2018, we've worked with regional, corporate, and open communities and movements. We've given them their own bounty networks within which they can freely collaborate and transact together. This creates mini marketplaces within those ecosystems, rather than just using bounties as a tool for outsourcing work outside of them.

Communities

Bounties

Submissions

Users

ETHScholars

A space for the Devcon '19 scholarship awardees to be rewarded for their progress through a series of education modules.

Japan

A space for collaboration among the members of Japan's Ethereum community, initially launched for Devcon '19.

UNICEF Surge

A space for members of SURGE hackathon '19 in Thailand to use bounties to collaborate and participate in more than just hacking.

Colorado

A space for collaboration among the members of Colorado's Ethereum community, initially launched for ETHDenver '18.

ConsenSys

A space for collaboration and information sharing among ConsenSys employees, initially launched in '17.

UNICEF Boost

A space for members of their mentorship programs to use bounties to incentivize collaboration and p2p education.

Moksha

A space for collaboration among the members of India's Ethereum community, initially launched for ETHIndia '18.

BRLN

A space for collaboration among the members of Berlin's Ethereum community, initially launched for ETHBerlin '18.

SF

A space for collaboration among the members of San Francisco's Ethereum community, initially launched for ETHSF '18.

Prague

A space for collaboration among the members of Prague's Ethereum community, initially launched for Devcon '18.

NYC

A space for collaboration among the members of New York's Ethereum community, initially launched for ETHNY '19.

Boston

A space for collaboration among the members of Boston's Ethereum community, initially launched for ETHBoston '19.

Paris

A space for collaboration among the members of Boston's Ethereum community, initially launched for ETHCC '18.

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