Support development to further the growth and adoption of the Dock network for decentralized identities and verifiable credentials
We are looking for skilled individuals and organizations capable of developing features and applications using Dock’s credentialing technology.
Enhance your knowledge of Dock by developing and building applications using Dock’s credentialing technology for a specific use case.
Develop tools and applications that enhance the network and grow the Dock ecosystem.
With support from the Dock team, use the grant to build your idea and make it suitable for use in a production environment.
Projects must meet at least one of the following objectives: applications using Dock’s credentialing technology for a specific use case, ecosystem components to further usage and adoption, and low-level infrastructure development.
Submit a proposal for a pre-defined task or a project that fulfills one or more objectives listed above ensuring the project is well-defined and technically sound.
Developers must submit an application describing the proposal project specifics, team background, timelines, and any other details regarding the project.
Once your application has been accepted, you will be awarded with a grant to start your project to further enhance the Dock network.
Here are some tasks we would like to see developed
Build the application using our Typescript crypto package, SDK, and blockchain.
Use the API to issue short-lived credentials that allow for a user to login to a system or authorize their identity.
Improve the TS package using the WASM Wrapper. See what you can do to improve and enhance the project.
Provide client wrapper code for our Dock API in various languages.
Improve the WASM Wrapper here. See what you can do to improve the WASM project.
Improve documentation that may be confusing or is lacking sufficient content.
Create a Ruby wrapper for the Dock API
At least one of the following objectives must be met:
Grant applicants must clearly demonstrate how their project fulfills one or more of the objectives listed under “How It Works”. The individual/team must have proven experience in their field and have the skills required to complete the project, and all code produced as part of a grant must be open-source.
Eligibility to receive the rewards will be based on the following criteria:
The reward amounts will be different for the Tasks and Projects submitted based on the effort and resource requirements, and will be communicated to the applicant prior to being awarded the grant. The reward will be based on a USD amount and paid in Dock tokens at the time of completion.