Ecosystem Grants Program
Nervos is building the infrastructure for the decentralized economy and we can’t do it alone. The Grants Program was created to empower innovation and development, and to support the growth of a diverse and thriving ecosystem.
Common Vision, Common Goals, Common Knowledge
Nervos Network is a fully open source project. Our long term vision for the Nervos Network is to be fully decentralized in all aspects and community led. Part of our journey to achieving this is bootstrapping and empowering individuals, projects and teams who share a common vision for the network.
If you share our vision, and have the experience and skills to deliver on any project within the scope of a grant category currently open - we invite you to apply for funding and join us as we build out the Nervos Ecosystem and Common Knowledge Base (CKB)
What is the application process?
The application process consists of 3 rounds, the first being initial approval of the concept, team and budget. The second being an open RFC (Request For Comment) detailing the project development and road map with the community and Nervos core team, and the third round is a final submission with full project details and a Q&A session with the review council. Apply below or learn more about the Grant Categories and read the FAQ's.
1. Apply for initial approval of your project
2. Publish your RFC to the community
3. Final review from the review council
The grants program and funding is a fundamental part of empowering and bootstraping the community to take a leading role in the growth of Nervos Network.
The scope of the grants program will be broad and across all aspects of ecosystem building to allow anyone around the world the potential to join the community and help grow the Nervos Ecosystem.
Initial grants open for application focus on infrastructure building and developing the foundation for which the network and ecosystem can grow.
Each grant category has a scope of work for that specific category and applications must fall within this scope of work to be accepted in the first round submission. For information on open grant categories and scope of work within each category, please head over to the Nervos Talk thread.