Gitcoin is a bounty market for open source projects.
The name is a reference to Bitcoin and Git, the most popular open source version control system.
P2P Remote Work
Cryptocurrencies, open source software and P2P decentralized work match perfectly.
Gitcoin was founded based on the fact that decentralized projects should be able to hire quality work force in a P2P fashion, not requiring a central office.
On Gitcoin you can fund issues to increase their bounty, reward developers you believe added value to the network and, of course, find work if you’re a developer.
Coders can browse bounties and apply. Then they attempt to complete the challenge. If the coder is able to solve what’s requested, they will get paid the specified bounty amount.
Bounties are, of course, posted in cryptocurrency. Project managers must fund the bounty offer before it goes live.
Gitcoin.co takes a small comission on successful submissions.
The company behind Gitcoin is based in Boulder, Colorado – USA.