New ‘Grantfarm’ Platform to Track Crypto Grants
The free offering organizes and tracks a list of programs and available requests for proposal
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Crypto media company Blockworks has launched a platform to track crypto bounties, grants and requests for proposal (RFPs) as a means to connect grantees to grantors and their funding opportunities.
Blockworks Grantfarm organizes and tracks a list of programs and available RFPs. Individual and team users can filter results based on grant type, ecosystem and reward size.
The platform is free, and additional features are planned in the coming months.
“It’s our goal to provide a comprehensive public good that proactively tracks all grants programs,” Blockworks co-founder Jason Yanowitz said. “We believe this is an enormous value-add to our space, and we look forward to working with programs directly to keep their entries current over time.”
Blockworks’ director of grants and governance, who goes by the name Sov, joined the company in January to lead the effort.
Though sites such as The Common Good and LlamaoGrants were well received by the community, Sov said, Grantfarm seeks to differentiate itself by including grant programs, as well as individual RFPs and bounties — and by allowing “dynamic search.”
One can narrow a search by selecting from five grant types: analytics, community, content, development or other. Project category buckets on the site include artificial intelligence, DeFi, centralized exchanges, NFTs, oracles, stablecoins and more than a dozen others.
In addition to providing a place for these listings, Blockworks intends to feature content for grant programs on its website, including research, reports, and announcements from active programs in the sector.
“By providing a comprehensive, evolving list of grants, we can help give clarity to applicants and greater visibility and awareness to grant programs,” Sov said.
The launch comes 10 months after Blockworks unveiled a new research offering during its inaugural Permissionless event in Palm Beach, Florida.
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