In May 2019, Gitcoin facilitated $214k in value transfer. That's about $297/hour, for every hour during May ($1338/business-hour).
Since its launch in November 2017, Gitcoin has helped 456 funders reach an audience of 23,034 developers. Gitcoin has facilitated 4,062 complete transactions to 1,146 unique coders.
Median Bounty Start Time
Monthly Active Users
(but only 1% of them create on-chain tx's)
Hourly Rate Distribution
(for most bounties; more details here)
Median Bounty Turnaround Time
(after Start Work)
Bounty Completion Rate
((after Start Work)
Bounty Hunters Hired Full Time
(that we know of, at least 🤷♀️)
12% open bounties
10% bounties with started work
78% completed bounties
Kudos is a way of showing your appreciation for another Gitcoin member. It's also a way to showcase special skills that a member might have, such as Pythonista, or Design Star. Kudos tokens can also be bought and sold on the Kudos Marketplace.
from real Gitcoin community members
Gitcoin is a double sided market of funders and developers. In order to jump start the marketplace and dogfood our own product, we've funded some work on the platform ourselves. The Joe Dominance Index (a portmeanteau of the Bitcoin Dominance Index and the name of Gitcoin's largest investor, Consensys's CEO Joe Lubin) is a measure of the percentage of work on the platform that is funded by us.
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Each node in this visualization below is a person who has engaged on Gitcoin, and each edge in our is a transaction between two people on the network.
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