Cassidy
Cassidy
Apr 10 · 1 min read

I disagree, and think your points below (hackathons, grants, eco funds) illustrate that projects are actively trying to engage developers — not just relying on developer interest from holding tokens.

It is also worth noting how much effort & funding projects put in to bounties, documentation (!!), and community engagement online and IRL. Some even hire a developer community lead.

Good projects know how important developer engagement is — but agree that it is hard to know (yet) what approaches have been successful.

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    Economics | Token Design @Centrifuge | @ColumbiaSIPA grad | Yoga teacher (and student)