Growth Team

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The Growth Team focuses on increasing trading volume through community engagement and outreach efforts, market-making bounties, the website, blog, and translations across the website and software.

Roles

Infrastructure

GitHub

Team

@bisq-network/growth

Priorities

https://github.com/bisq-network/growth/projects/1

Repositories

Chat

Processes

Any effort a contributor expects to be compensated for should be run by the growth team lead to ensure it fits cycle priorities and budget. Failure to do so may result in the contribution being rejected, undercompensated, or uncompensated.

Please see the priorities board linked above for current objectives.

If you're interested in contributing to an existing priority, please:

If you're interested in contributing in a way that's not currently outlined on the priority board, please:

  • Start a discussion on Keybase to outline the merits of your proposed task (or open an GitHub issue in the appropriate repository)
  • Growth team members will get in touch with you to determine specifics, if warranted

Market Making

Occasionally, market making bounties are available for specific markets or regions. These bounties are managed in the growth repository on GitHub.

Interested market makers should:

  1. Carefully evaluate the conditions of the bounties they're interested in, or propose a new bounty on GitHub or Keybase
  2. Outline a convincing plan of action to deliver the bounty
  3. Determine which cycle they would be able to deliver the bounty in

After agreeing on details and covering any lingering concerns, the market maker will be assigned to the issue and is free to begin work.

Note
Keep in mind that it's not necessary to be working on an approved bounty in order to do market making—market making should be a profitable activity on its own.

Website

Any website change should be first proposed as an issue in the bisq-network/bisq-website GitHub repository or discussed on Keybase in the #website channel. The issue should cover the proposed change and how it aligns to current priorities. Estimated delivery date and cost should be included as well, if the issue creator expects to be the one delivering the proposed change.

Website maintainer will then review and advise whether or not to implement the proposal.

It's highly recommended that the contributor not begin work on the proposed change until reaching agreement on task specifics, compensation, and timeframe with the website maintainer.

Translations

For more information on how translations work, please see Translation.