XRP Community Fund

Supporting the #xrpcommunity.


How the Fund was founded

Over 90 exchanges were tested by some of the XRP Community members. The XRPL implementation (different transaction types) were tested, and results were sent to the exchanges. Some exchanges decided to reward the community for their efforts. We (the testing community members) decided to use the bounties to start the XRP Community Fund.

What will be funded

The XRP Community Fund will be used to support the development of tools / apps / integrations / plugins that make it easier to use XRP for (consumer/small business) payments. We also hope to attract more developers to the community. Bounties will be available for developers working on tools requested over a longer period of time by the XRP Community.

Ideas will be carefully selected. They need to be doable within a decent amount of time, target a great audience, and ideally have a decent amount of votes (not the highest per se). After selection, the Community Fund voting committee (work in progress) will consult with the Community Fund tech. advisors to make a list of requirements. Only if they are met, the bounty will be released (by a MultiSigned transaction by the voting committee).

What Details Bounty (XRP)
Awaiting next project...
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What Details Payout (XRP)
WooCommerce payments plugin Easy to use, Webhook enabled XRP Payments plugin for WooCommerce, by @empatogen: https://github.com/empatogen/woocommerce-xrp 4,635
Super awesome secret project Wietse Wind is working on something really really exciting. It's still a secret (more: Q3 2019) but it will definitely help the rollout of new XRPL payment initiatives. 17,464
Google BigQuery costs Thomas Silkjær did some awesome visualisations of the XRP ledger. Google charged him for the queries. 1,343
Slack for UNL Validators A paid subscription for the 20+ community UNL validator operators, so they can discuss updates, security, schedule maintenance, etc. 2,266