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I’m tracking global Bitcoin developer funding on my Grants Tracker for better transparency and to hopefully have more companies start supporting Bitcoin developers, check it out here: https://polylunar.com/Bitcoin-grants-tracke
06-10 21:54 - 'Human Rights Foundation: “Announcing @HRF's Bitcoin Development Fund: a privacy-focused campaign to support developers making Bitcoin a safer tool for activists and journalists around the world. Our first grant...' (twitter.com) by /u/eragmus removed from /r/Bitcoin within 138-148min
Is the Bitcoin developer funding going to be managed by a foundation?
How does this work, exactly, from a governance standpoint? I could be in favor of 5% going to a community-managed foundation with an independent board of directors. It's still not my favorite proposal, but it's "OK". It sounds like it's just 5% going directly to Bitcoin ABC. Can someone clarify or point me to a wiki?
Announcing HRF's Bitcoin Development Fund. Update, as of October 18: We have received $134,333 in donations from 88 donors. Using that money we were able to announce a second round of grant recipients. Thank you! The Human Rights Foundation has launched a fund to support software developers who are making the Bitcoin network more private, decentralized, and resilient so that it can better ... Funding Bitcoin development July. 2020. Significant value is stored in Bitcoin (at $150B+ market cap), yet Bitcoin software is maintained by a relatively small group of developers. Large corporations like Google or Boeing have legions of engineers working on search or autopilot software, but Bitcoin has neither the headcount nor the central coordination. This is by design, of course. Bitcoin ... The picture becomes murkier when looking at development funding. There exist several independent entities that provide funding for a range of Bitcoin projects, most of whom are non-profit. Chaincode Labs and MIT DCI top this list, yet several others such as DG Labs and Square Crypto also play a role in this space. BitMEX notes a total of thirty-three core contributors to current Bitcoin ... One of the first funding goals will be raising bitcoin cash for the nonprofit food charity Eatbch in Venezuela and South Sudan. Additionally, Flipstarter hopes to raise $500,000 toward BCH ... Blockstream and Lightning Labs are the two firms currently leading the funding for open-source bitcoin and lightning development, according to data compiled by BitMEX.The post Bitcoin development ...
Bitcoin ABC lead developer Amaury Séchet comes on the show to explain his side of the possible impending Bitcoin Cash split, as well as talk governance and d... BUY BITCOIN, Who funds development - Programmer explains Ivan on Tech. Loading... Unsubscribe from Ivan on Tech? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working... Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 232K. Loading ... Bitcoin Cash miners plan $6M development fund for BCH The plan, published by Btc.top’s Jiang Zhuoer, involves committing 12.5% of all block rewards earned by miners to the development fund over ... Bitcoin Core developers are largely paid by a company called Blockstream, and Blockstream has announced a large influx of capital from several multinational corporations. Read this Brave New Coin ... Arhun Balaji (Independent Investor & Cryptocurrency Researcher) presenting on different approaches to funding open source cryptocurrency development at the 2019 MIT Bitcoin Expo.