So far, more than 20 developers have organically reached Decred this year, contributing to one of the project’s public repositories. In addition, six other people have completed the Decred Contractor (DCC) approval process. This is a prerequisite for submitting payment documents. This was reported by Ana Dalia Chavez, Latam project development at Decred.
Chavez explained that Decred’s contractors can be individuals or companies. “Company0, Raedah Group, Block 42 and Monde PR are examples of active business units,” he said.
“Given the ability to fund its development, the project is expected to receive proposals from Politeia all year round,” he added later.
For Ana Dalia Chavez, the crypto industry may have emerged from an open collaboration inherited from the Free Software Movement, and is continuing this development with talented experts who contribute their time and knowledge. But he believed that the development that depends on the contribution has its limits; It can feel like an unrecognizable job and of course not be rewarded.
Managing, updating, and creating new code requires skilled developers, and gaining this talent is an ongoing problem. Therefore, having the right incentives for this blockchain is critical for the blockchain to continue over time, “he said.
On the other hand, he said: “One treasury per protocol has provided the funding necessary for Decred to continue the maintenance and development of its blockchain and other parallel projects on the path to interoperability, scalability and data protection, and progressive decentralization (Atom Swaps, lightning network, Coinshuffle ++ and a decentralized exchange) without external investments or donations being required. ”
“These funds are used to reward contributors for their work in the project’s home currency. In addition to development, there are contributors to other areas such as community management, strategy, marketing, and design, “he concluded.
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