Below are the SCF proposals that have been submitted so far (in order of submission date). Take some time to check them out and leave some feedback!
Litemint - Multifaceted Stellar Wallet
Litemint https://litemint.com As more value is moving to the crypto space, wallets are becoming multidimensional…
LOBSTR - simple and secure Stellar wallet
Project title: LOBSTR wallet - https://lobstr.co Summary: LOBSTR - simple and secure Stellar wallet available on the…
Stellar Wallet & SDEX
https://scopuly.com Project title: Scopuly - Wallet, Trading and Analysis Platform for Stellar network Summary…
City States: Medieval
We are working on the first game on Stellar utilizing the SDEX where players can earn Stellar based cryptocurrency…
GetBlockCard.com - Use XLM where VISA is accepted (50 million merchants)
Project title: The Company Name is Ternio and the product is a wallet/VISA card. Summary: Ternio's Payment Card…
Implement Stellar lummens at Bitfortip
Summary: Spreading awareness and usage of Stellar to the world by offering it as an incentive to the users of Bitfortip…
XLM.Records / Online Music Distribution Service What will be done, what are the deliverables? Stellar has good use for…
Blue Orion - Stellar Workshops & Seminars
We already provide workshops on token creation and smart contracts and would like to continue doing that. Based on our…
Smart Recruiting Contracts
Project title: Smart Recruiting Contracts Croupier is a provably fair sweepstakes bot (XLM giveaways). Outcomes are…
Cgig- Peer-to-Peer Marketplaces for Stellar
Cgig is a peer-to-peer, multi-asset marketplace built from the grounds up for Stellar. It unifies popular features of…
XsperoTM - An Innovative Social Giving Network
Project title: XsperoTM - An Innovative Social Giving Network Summary: XsperoTM connects nonprofits, local merchants…
Mooney Suite - integrated solution for the Stellar ecosystem
Mooney Suite is an integrated solution of apps for the Stellar ecosystem. Our main goal is to facilitate and simplify…
Lumenthropy.com - encouraging philanthropy with Stellar lumens
Summary: Lumenthropy encourages nonprofit organizations to accept lumen donations and inspires people that hold lumens…
PaymentPorte - Stellar Payment Gateway for the Intl. Maritime Industry.
Payment Porte and PORTE token is a Maritime focused crypto and legacy payment tool built on the stellar network…
XanPool.com - Instant, Seamless, Fiat Gateway into Stellar
Summary: XanPool is the world's first automated Peer-to-peer Crypto to Local currrency platform (AKA a "fiat gateway")…
StellarPay - Shopify Merchants Can Now Accept Stellar Payments
https://stellarpay.io/ StellarPay is a project that aims to enable Shopify store, mobile application and website owners…
JIGSAW - Decentralized Knowledge Sharing and Organizing Platform
Project title: JIGSAW Summary: Blockchain Based Decentralized Knowledge Sharing and Organizing Platform. Goals…
Galactic Vision - 3D Network Explorer
Summary: Galactic Vision is a 3D explorer for the Stellar network. Goals: We want to fully build out our website to…
Pen of the Week
Homepage: https://codepen.io/cosmic-plus / Follow on Twitter * Follow on GalacticTalk Organization: Cosmic.plus Summary…
Cygnus - Social Wallet. (SCF-2 Proposal)
Social wallet with full address book and bi-directional contact approvals. User's have the ability to cryptographically…
Round 2 Guidelines:
Though I’ve previously shared this round’s guidelines on GalacticTalk, I wanted to share the “official guidelines” below.
This round began July 12 and will run until October 12. ‘Nomination voting’ will begin on September 30 and ‘Final voting’ will take place the second week of October.
The first two months of SCF Round 2 will be focused strictly on discussion. I will periodically be sharing all of the new proposals on the community blog (you’re reading it right now!).
All proposals should be submitted as a new thread to GalacticTalk.org under the SCF category. Proposals can be for applications, tools, content (such as tutorials, books, and videos), or events. Do not submit strictly proof-of-concept proposals. Submissions must have a live element and be available somewhere that people can use/review them. It’s important that these live elements are available to review before nomination voting begins.
Proposals should contain:
Project title: The name of your project. Please adhere to the Stellar brand policy.
Summary: A simple sentence summary of your project.
Goals: What your project plans to accomplish broken down by objectives.
Timeline: How and when you will accomplish your goals.
Description: The description should answer questions like “what does your project enable users to do,” “why is your project valuable for Stellar,” and “how does your project utilize Stellar.” It should also cover what platforms the project supports (ex; Windows, Chrome, etc.) and relevant documentation. This section should be very detailed.
Link: Links to your application, code repository, supporting materials, and/or home site. If you are submitting a proposal for content pieces (like walkthroughs), please provide links to the content pieces.
Anything else: Any additional information you think the community should know about your project!
After submitting a proposal, it’s important to stay active and answer any questions the community may have about your project.
Voting will take place in two rounds. A nomination round and award round.
To prevent people from trying to game the system — details on the nomination vote and final vote will be shared in September. Until then, please participate in discussion.
The Stellar Community Fund is being allotted 12,000,000 lumens for the year. Each round will award 3,000,000 lumens. Winners will be awarded proportionally out of this pool based on final vote percentages.
There will be 8 winners for Round 2.
Eligibility and Legal
Please only submit one proposal per person/organization per round. Winning entries will not be eligible for future rounds. All proposals must have some proof-of-use of the Stellar protocol or the benefit to the Stellar ecosystem. We recommend all proposals be completed in English. Proposals must have a functional element (no purely conceptual proposals) and be accessible in the United States.
Unfortunately, if you’re a national or resident of Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria, Sudan, or Crimea, regulations prevent us from sending you any lumens. Additionally, we cannot send lumens to residents of the US states of Alabama, New York, Georgia, Connecticut, New Mexico, Hawaii, Vermont, and Washington.
SDF intends to comply with all applicable laws and regulations. In accordance to US law, all winners will be required to submit KYC documentation and fill out the relevant tax form. Failure to do so will result in your rewards being forfeit. These tax forms will be used for accounting and reporting purposes so please be aware of your countries applicable laws regarding tax-filing. Lumens will be reported at closing price on the day they are sent to you.
If you intend to utilize the Stellar logo in your project, it must follow the brand policy. Lack of adherence to these standards may result in disqualification. Use of the words “official” in regards to or ambiguity of connection with the Stellar Development Foundation may result in disqualification. Avoid using Stellar in your project name since it could be confusing for the community.
Engaging in vote manipulation will cause your proposal to be disqualified. This includes botspam, fake/sock puppet accounts, and brigading.
Manipulation and Disqualification
Manipulation will not be tolerated.
Items considered manipulation this round:
- Mass DMing people to vote for your project (ON ANY PLATFORM)
- Vote trading
- Spamming Stellar channels for votes (Reddit, GT, Keybase, etc). Spamming includes posting multiple times a day about your proposal. For the sake of sanity and well-being — each project is allowed to create a proposal thread ONCE on Reddit (/r/Stellar).
- Paying for bounties to artificially inflate exposure
- Creating fake accounts to brigade, downvote, upvote, or maliciously target other products
- Malicious behavior — trying to frame other people, manipulating logs, “doxing/doxxing (pick your preferred nomenclature) participants.
- NOT adhering to the Code of Conduct!
- Stealing proposals
- Resubmitting winning projects with barely changed language
- Repeatedly trying to disqualify other projects without evidence
- Bullying participants. Constructive criticism is okay — being a jerk isn’t.
- Bullying community members providing honest feedback. Debate is okay — being a jerk isn’t.
- Advocating for breaking the law.
Spamming, manipulation, malicious actions, breaking code of conduct will not be tolerated. You will be disqualified or removed from participating in discussion if you’re engaging in vote manipulation or being malicious. This goes for both the general community and proposal submitters.
All participants will retain the intellectual property associated with their submission.
Feel free to spam the heck out of this subreddit — just to stress test it:
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