Today we are excited to announce the launch of the Stellar Partnership Grant Program. This program will aim to promote the development of high-impact projects in the Stellar ecosystem.
Stellar.org is accepting proposals from innovative organizations that are interested in building on the Stellar network to promote global financial access and inclusion. To incentivize our partners and reward network development, we will grant selected partners up to $2,000,000 USD per grant (paid in XLM) to ensure that they are co-beneficiaries of network growth. Grants will be subject to a multi year vesting schedule based on achievement of milestones.
The goal of this program is to encourage organizations to develop useful and high-impact products and services using Stellar technology, with the primary focus on anchors (both fiat currencies and cryptocurrencies) and exchanges.
We will read through each application and select winning partners based on the following high-level criteria:
For additional guidance and details on what we’re looking for, head to the Partnership Program page.
We will also consider partnership proposals from NGOs, Fintech companies, and other organizations proposing projects that do not relate directly to anchors or exchanges, or teams working on the categories listed in the Stellar Build Challenge (SBC). We encourage interested organizations to present new, innovative, “outside the box” ideas or use cases that significantly enhance access to and/or functionality of the Stellar Network.
If you are interested in submitting an application for this program, the first step is to review all the details and guidelines on the Partnership Program page. This is where you will find:
If you have any questions about this program, please contact us at [email protected].
We are excited to partner with you to expand the Stellar ecosystem!
The Fine Print
This partnership grant program is only available for residents in jurisdictions where the program is legally permissible. Program terms are subject to change at any time.
All participants will retain the intellectual property associated with their submission.