2021 has been an incredibly strong period for innovation, with a barrage of creative projects that address some of the longest-standing issues in the space or provide additional value to users cropping up left, right, and center.
We have also seen a dramatic uptick in entrepreneurial activity this year, with early adopters, builders, and visionaries all looking to develop the next big thing in crypto. Inevitably, the vast majority of these will at some point need to solicit funding for their project — to varying degrees of success.
If this sounds like you, then take a look at these three creative ways to not only raise funds, but also maximize your project’s chances at long-term success.
Build With Edgeware
If on-chain governance is important to the development of your project, consider leveraging the Edgeware ecosystem to both manage the development of your project and obtain funding.
In short, Edgeware is a Substrate-based platform that looks to allow developers to easily build and launch their blockchain project and port their Ethereum code to Substrate via its EVM pallet.
It’s designed to make building and organizing new projects a far simpler task, while helping builders quickly rally support among developers and users with similar interests and goals through its working groups.
The platform allows promising projects to easily request funding from the Edgeware treasury. Any EDG holder is able to propose a treasury spend,