The grants will be distributed to realize promising concepts which pair Web3 technologies with the creator economy.
Collective Intelligence Labs (CIL), a decentralized incubator focused on building an infrastructure for the collective intelligence of Web3 technologies for the creator economy, is launching a $200,000 funding program that will offer grants to projects for the submission of concept papers for R&D projects.
Web 3.0 and the creator economy show much promise to overhaul many of the ways things are done in the world. Both highlight a change to put the individual at the center of value creation. The problem is that adoption is still lagging and this in part due to the fact that funding for individuals and their ideas is difficult to obtain. CIL is launching a grant program to accelerate this cross section between Web3 technologies and the creator economy.
One promising project that CIL is incubating is DEIP: a protocol for tokenizing real-word intangible assets and intellectual property.
To be in with a chance of receiving funding, concept papers should be submitted outlining collective intelligence technologies, tools, or protocols or ideas which uncover applications of collective intelligence in different areas in the creative economy.
“The idea behind Collective Intelligence Labs is to bring together individuals from around the world to maximize the realization of global human and intellectual capital. As part of our initiative, we are launching a $200,000 grant program to accelerate this mission,” stated Alex Shkor, Protocol Architect of Collective Intelligence Labs.
Funding will be allocated to individuals whose ideas accelerate the development of collective intelligence infrastructure.
You can read more about the requirements for the concept paper in a recent blog post by Alex Shkor and get in touch for more information by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Collective Intelligence Labs
Collective Intelligence Labs (CIL) is an incubator of decentralized technologies. It aims to build an infrastructure for global collective intelligence and a system for human intellectual capital. To do so, it has its own ecosystem of protocols, networks, and products. The team behind CIL is a group of devs, architects, researchers, and designers, who are working on technologies for decentralized decision making.
DEIP is a tech company that creates Web 3.0 protocol, tools, and applications for the creator economy. As a producer of knowledge-based assets, creative industries will become the major drivers of economic growth in the world. DEIP is on a mission to facilitate the global market shift from a “value capture” economy to a “value creation” by creating a new set of rules which democratize access to resources for creators and unlock the full potential of creators around the world.