dat

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dat:// is a peer-to-peer protocol for building decentralized applications. It is a community-driven project powering a next-generation Web.

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+ 10

13 individuals and 1 organization have contributed

Recurring contribution

backer

Become a backer for $5.00 per month and help us sustain our activities!

Starts at

$5 USD / month

+ 8

12 individuals have contributed

Recurring contribution

Star Supporter

Join us for $5,000.00 per year and help us sustain our activities!

Starts at

$5,000 USD / year

Top financial contributors

Individuals

1

Marc Hand

$350 USD since Oct 2018

2

Michael Deen

$350 USD since Oct 2018

3

Mark Kaplan

$210 USD since Oct 2018

4

Espen Klem

$190 USD since Aug 2019

5

Martin Heidegger

$50 USD since Feb 2019

6

alistair cockburn

$50 USD since May 2019

7

Jonathan Wright

$45 USD since Sep 2019

8

Victor Yap

$30 USD since May 2019

9

Marcel Miranda

$30 USD since Sep 2019

10

Andre Popovitch

$25 USD since Jul 2019

11

Incognito

$25 USD since Jul 2019

12

Joshua Mir

$21 USD since Sep 2019

13

Kevin Hutchinson

$5 USD since Nov 2019

Organizations

1

Jsgenesis AS

$1k USD since Oct 2019

Budget

See how money openly circulates through dat. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

Monthly donation to dat (backer)

Kevin Hutchinson | 11/12/2019 | View Details 
+$5.00USD

Monthly donation to dat (backer)

Andre Popovitch | 11/10/2019 | View Details 
+$5.00USD

Monthly donation to dat (backer)

Martin Heidegger | 11/1/2019 | View Details 
+$5.00USD

Today’s balance

$2,065.58 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $2,759.44 USD

dat is all of us

Our contributors 18

Everyone who has supported dat. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Joe Hand
Collective Admin
Danielle Robi...
Collective Admin
Karissa McKelvey
Collective Admin
mafintosh
Collective Admin
Jsgenesis AS
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$1,000 USD

Marc Hand
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$350 USD

Michael Deen
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$350 USD

Mark Kaplan
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$210 USD

Espen Klem
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$190 USD

Betting on distributed Internet =)

Martin Heidegger
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$50 USD

alistair cock...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$50 USD

Jonathan Wright
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$45 USD

About

dat:// is a peer-to-peer protocol. Dat’s strengths are that data is hosted and distributed by many computers on the network, that it can work offline or with poor connectivity, that the original uploader can add or modify data while keeping a full history, and that it can handle large amounts of data.

Where does my donation go?

Donations will go towards the development of software development toolkits and documentation, to build capacity for the next 1,000 applications built on Dat. We maintain a small team of developer advocates that work directly with developers at all stages of growth without charge, to help projects integrate Dat into their application data flow.

Community First

The Dat Protocol Foundation is a small non-profit group that provides social and technical infrastructure for the consortium of projects and working groups that help build the Dat Protocol.

##Transparent Funding

We believe information and communication technology should be transparently funded and operated. Development of the core protocol is driven entirely by contributors from the consortium and grants from external organizations, keeping it neutral and flexible.

Open Governance

At the scale of the web, every decision can have a massive impact on our political systems and social well-being. The Dat Protocol is governed openly through a series of working groups.