The Project Grant program is designed to encourage community members to work on projects related to developing the Mina protocol and community.
About 10 million Mina tokens have been allocated to to support the protocol and community prior to Mina’s mainnet launch. Check out open opportunities below.
Contribute to engineering projects like web interfaces or to protocol enhancements like stablecoins.
Help with community organizing or create much-needed content to better serve our members.
Share an idea for how to improve the Mina network or build the Mina community.
Assist with building interfaces and platforms for users to interact with Mina.
Minimum of 40,000 Mina tokens per month (minimum two month commitment)
Help Mina update its GraphQL API to support new use cases. Work closely with O(1) Labs Engineering to gather requirements. You must be familiar with OCaml.
Minimum of 80,000 Mina tokens
Enable sending, receiving, and delegating Mina tokens using a web wallet with support for the Ledger.
Minimum of 160,000 Mina tokens
Enable sending, receiving, and delegating Mina tokens using a Mobile Wallet.
Minimum of 16,000 Mina tokens
Update the Docs and GraphQL documents for Mina Protocol
Minimum of 40,000 Mina tokens. Ongoing 8,000 tokens per month for hosting the new design and ongoing updates, on a 72 hour SLA.
Redesign and update of https://github.com/gobitfly/coda-explorer, as hosted on http://coda.bitfly.at/. Enable users to explore the blockchain, view account details, blocks won, transactions, current block height, epoch, slot number, transaction details, etc.
Contribute to engineering projects to develop the core technology underlying the protocol.
Integration fee as grant or initial deposit amount
Offer a US dollar backed programmable stablecoin on the Mina Protocol.
Help to build and grow Mina's community by serving as ambassadors, creating content, and other initiatives.
Minimum of 4,000 Mina tokens
Grow, excite and organize Mina’s technical community globally by organizing virtual meetups, supporting the community in testnet activities, establishing a presence on geographically-relevant platforms (ex. WeChat in China), producing and sharing educational content, recruiting new community members and being a spokesperson for the project. As our community grows and evolves, so will this role. The ideal candidate will be equal parts passionate, flexible, and dedicated.
Native fluency in the dominant language of your region (Ex. German for Germany), plus an ability to communicate effectively in written and spoken English.
China / France / Germany / India / Indonesia / Japan / Korea / Latin America (Portuguese-speaking) / Latin America (Spanish-speaking) / Netherlands / Nigeria / Russia / Turkey / UK / US
Fill out this form to apply for an open project. Applicants who are selected will have the opportunity to claim or “lock” the project so that they can work on it exclusively.
Previous experience in the domain of the project
Previous open-source contributions is a plus, but not necessary
Prior involvement in the Mina community is a plus, but not necessary
Interest in Mina and cryptocurrencies is a plus, but not necessary
Visit the Mina Docs.
Yes, both individuals and teams are eligible to apply.
See the Application Process section for selection criteria. Please also reach out to us if you have any unique skills that don’t apply to current projects. You can also start contributing code to Mina — grants will give precedence to previous contributors.
We expect grant recipients to:
Join the Mina Discord channel or reach out to grants[at]o1labs[dot]org to get help.