Schelling Point Sessions Istanbul with Gitcoin x Metagov
Schelling Point's next appearance will be in Istanbul during DevConnect to partner with Metagov for participatory sessions focused on grants in the web3: the role of grants, funding mechanisms, grants programs, and impact reporting.
Like past events, this event will likely be oversubscribed and entry will be given on a first come, first serve basis.
Our main event is in the afternoon. The first 50 arrivals will receive exclusive merch.
In the morning, take advantage of our open co-working space and impromptu workshops from orgs like Bankless, Metapool and Funding the Commons. Coffee, tea & snacks will be served.
1:00pm - 2:00pm — Check in (Coffee, tea & snacks will be served)
2:00pm - 2:15pm — IRL Grants Round Intro
2:15pm - 3:00pm — State of Web3 Grants
Session 1: Why Grants Are Such An Important Part Of Web3: Research Overview with Metagov
3:00pm - 4:00pm — Grants & Funding Breakouts
Session 2: An Exploration of Grants Funding Mechanisms with CharmVerse
Session 3: How Can Communities Be More Resiliently Funded? with Metagov
Session 4: Impact Reporting: From International Aid to the Blockchain Space with Impact Plus
Session 5: Survey of Grant and Incentive Mechanisms for Blockchain Ecosystem Growth with OpenBlock Labs
4:00pm - 4:15pm - Break
4:15pm - 5:00pm — Grants Landscape Survey
Session 6: A Fireside Chat on Grants History & Grants Governance with Kevin Owocki (Gitcoin) and Ben Jones (Optimism)
5:00pm - 6:00pm - Closing & happy hour
All must be registered and accepted prior to the event before gaining entry. No door tickets will be available.
No sessions will be recorded nor live streamed.
Notice of photography: There will be event photography present throughout the duration of the summit. By entering the event premises, you consent to recording media and its release, publication, exhibition or reproduction.
Additional Notice: In light of recent events in the Middle East, if you are traveling to attend, please take time to read the travel advisory of the US Department of State or the one of your own country and consider the implications of your attendance.