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Funding Permissionless Innovation: Contests vs Grants

When an individual or team come(s) up with an innovative idea, often the first source of funding they turn to is in the form of a grant. Grants in the blockchain ecosystem are usually milestone-driven and issued by either foundations or patron organisations. Recently though, there has been a new approach to promote ecosystem development. Free TON, a blockchain with roots stemming from the Telegram…

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Chorus One is one of the largest staking providers globally. We provide node infrastructure and closely work with over 30 Proof-of-Stake networks.

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Xavier Meegan

Xavier Meegan

Research @ Chorus One

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