Those who have followed the latest news from ETC Summit 2019 know that ETC Labs has partnered with Gitcoin to provide funding for ETC development.
Gitcoin is a crowdfunding and bounty platform for blockchain projects. Projects can find freelancers and bounty hunters for specific tasks, e.g. ETC Labs wanted someone to implement ARM support for multi-geth (to run it on Raspberry Pi), as well as a smart contract development bounty which we will talk about today.
Note that we implemented the Wrapped ETC bounty as a ERC223 token instead of requested ERC20, because ERC223 is a native ETC token standard created by the early ETC supporters, and because it is technically superior.
Those who wish to compete for the bounty can easily fork our repository, make a couple tweaks and submit their solution to GitCoin.
$1,500/hour is not a bad rate, and we are truly excited for the possibilities that our Dapp Dev Kit will open up to the coders, as well as how many new dapps we will see on supported EVM blockchains that help people solve their financial goals.
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