Whether you are a fund, a researcher or a media outlet – with DIA you can retrieve crowd- verified and transparent financial data quickly, easily and free of charge.
DIA is made possible by trusted third party providers like Github, Gitcoin and Metamask. To start your data request, you need a Github account and a Metamask account loaded with sufficient ETH to fund your ticket/bounty.
a) Open the DIA Github page.
b) Go to ‘Issues’ > ‘New issue’.
c) Choose the template fitting to your data request.
d) Fill the placeholders and submit.
a) Open the Gitcoin bounty website.
b) Click on ‘Fund Issue’
c) Paste the Github issue URL in the field
d) Fill out the form and click ‘Fund issue’
e) Confirm in Metamask.
There is no simple answer to this question. Think about the effort required to fulfil the ticket and what a fair compensation for this would be as well as what it is worth to you. If you are unsure, you can always browse past tickets and/or connect with the community via Slack or Telegram.
There will be an iterative process with the developer in which public communication takes place. So you will not be left alone and can get the community’s opinion on any issue. In the future, there will be a token staking process, which will incentivise the community to actively take part in the verification of any submitted solution.
Gitcoin allows users to choose different types of projects: Traditional, cooperative or competitive. For now, we advise you to chose only traditional project types as our general infrastructure has not been optimised for the other two types.
Funds are sent before work and kept on a smart contract that functions like an escrow account. This makes sure that the funds have been committed and avoids situations where a Data Seeker can not uphold his promise to fund work.
The ticket templates provided in our Github account serve to give you an idea of how to structure a ticket and which important information to include. These are by no means exhaustive. Tickets may require additional information than what we suggest. Always make sure to provide a valuable briefing that includes all the information your contributors need.