Aptos Launches Ecosystem Grant Program

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Aptos, a Layer1 blockchain project established by the original Diem team members, announced the launch of the Aptos Ecosystem Grant Program. 

Funding categories include:

  • Developer tooling, SDKs, libraries, documentation, guides, tutorials
  • Tools and frameworks for development, governance, DeFi, and NFTs
  • Core protocol contributions: token standards, libraries, protocol upgrades, etc.
  • Open source & public goods
  • Education initiatives
  • Applications (e.g. DeFi, NFTs, social networks, gaming, DAOs, payments, bridging)

Grant funds will be distributed in U.S. dollars, though there may be an option to distribute tokens in the future to help incentivize long-term ecosystem growth for all parties, Aptos said. In addition, Aptos announced that 100 projects have been built on the network, with use cases covering DeFi, NFT, games, and more, and is expected to launch the Aptos mainnet around the end of September.

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