Pomelo is an open-source crowdfunding platform that multiplies contributions and helps support public goods creators. Pomelo helps fund public goods for EOS, Antelope, and other Web3 communities. You can explore the platform at Pomelo.io. You can learn more about Pomelo in this introductory article blog, and playlist.
This article curates some of the exciting shows that we create about Pomelo and provides an overview of how anyone can earn funding by creating public goods on Pomelo. Please note that this article is a work in progress and will be update soon. Enjoy!
Table of Contents
- Fractal Apple
- Fractal Apple 3: A Tale of Public Goods!
- Fractal Apple #2: The Giving Spirit!
- Eden Fractal Pitch Sessions
- EF 42: Pomelo Grants Pitch Session #2
- EF 41: Aquadac and Pomelo Grants
- Eden Fractal Pomelo Collection
- More Pitch Sessions
- Creating a Pomelo Grant
- How can I raise funding on Pomelo?
- What is Quadratic Funding?
- What is a Public Good?
- More Videos
- Eden Creators on Pomelo
- Community Stories on Pomelo
- Related Posts
- Please Note
We create fun, exciting, and educational shows to help everyone enjoy the benefits of Pomelo. For exampel, you can watch the second and third episode of Fractal Apple for some musical introduction to Pomelo!
Blimey! Dan and Rosmari embark on a mythic quest to empower communities, fund public goods, and sing hearty Irish songs! 🍀
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Dan celebrates the jolly season by sharing the holiday spirit, playing classic carols, and giving 500 EOS to public goods creators on Pomelo! 🎄
Eden Fractal Pitch Sessions
After grants are approved, public goods creators have opportunities to promote their grants at pitch sessions. These pitch sessions can be a great place to promote your work, learn about exciting projects, and network with other public goods creators!
One of our favorite parts of pitch sessions is how they can inspire cool shows! Similar to ideathons and other FractalJoy games, these pitch sessions provide natural opportunities for communities to collaboratively create media with the power of DAMS. For example, we’ve hosted two Pomelo Pitch Sessions at Eden Fractal meetings.
We held our first two Eden Fractal Pomelo Pitch Sessions with great success and heard amazing pitches to create public goods in week 41 and 42 of Eden Fractal. You can watch these sessions and explore show notes in the links below:
How do we fund public goods? After playing Eden+Fractal, we hold our second Pomelo Pitch Session where community members promote their work and show how Eden creates profound benefits for all! 🍀
Douglas introduces Aquadac, a new fractal collective to help people achieve goals and connect with community. We discuss spirituality then hold the first Eden Fractal Pomelo Pitch Session! 🌊
You can watch the pitch session begin at 2:08:14 and see grants from several talented community members for the following half hour. As Dan wrote in the Cagendas topic proposal, “This kind of pitch session can provide us with opportunities to quickly learn about each other’s work and support the amazing public goods creators in our community. This can also be a great way to promote Eden Fractal with the unique benefits of cagendas consensus games for collaboration, networking, and video creation.` There are many exciting possibilities that we can explore now and in future seasons of Pomelo…”
Anyone can create a Pomelo Collection to curate projects that they love. You can learn about collections in this article and explore below to learn how we’re using this feature.
Eden Fractal Pomelo Collection
Dan and other community leaders promoted the Eden Fractal Pomelo Collection to curate grants from amazing builders who are empowering communities with fractal cooperation and consensus games. You can explore the collection to learn about the talented builders in our community and explore timestamps from our 42nd meeting video here to learn more. You can view the previous show notes for more details.
More Pitch Sessions
In addition to Eden Fractal pitch sessions, there are also many other types of events where public goods creators can promote their work. You can see some of these pitch sessions in the Pomelo Pitch Session Twitter Spaces, Pomelo Pitch Deck playlist, and EOS Fireside Chats. You can watch a couple of our videos at these events below:
Creating a Pomelo Grant
How can I raise funding on Pomelo?
You can raise funding for public goods on Pomelo by following the instructions in this video. We also recommend starting by watching the Pomelo Explainer Shorts playlist.
What is Quadratic Funding?
Pomelo empowers communities to fund public goods with an innovative system called quadratic funding. Quadratic funding was first introduced by Vitalik Buterin and others in 2019 article called A Flexible Design for Funding Public Goods. So fat over 2 million dollars has been distributed via Pomelo and much more has been distributed via Gitcoin.
You can read learn about quadratic funding in an article from the Pomelo team entitled The Magic of Quadratic Funding and the following video:
What is a Public Good?
Public goods are free and helpful for everyone. Examples can include public domain art, public parks with nice trees, and open-source software. You can watch the following video or read this article to learn more about public goods.
There are many excellent videos about Pomelo and many more being created each season. We are curating a Pomelo Playlist of great videos where you can learn much more about Pomelo. You can watch the full playlist here and a more curated selection of great introductory videos below:
Eden Creators on Pomelo
Eden Creators are creating exciting content, hosting fun events, and helping communities cooperate with innovative fractal consensus games. You can support Eden Creators on Pomelo here. All support is much appreciated and very helpful in our mission make the best experiences possible for all.
Community Stories on Pomelo
Rosmari launched an exciting new show called Community Stories where she interviews pioneers and explores personal perspectives about communities, social structures, and more. She aims to help communities thrive with fun and insightful conversations.
The first episode of Community Stories features a fascinating interview with Dan Singjoy where they explored a wide variety of exciting topics. You can watch the interview here and explore the timestamps in the video description for an overview of the topics discussed. You can learn more about the show in this article and support her work by donating to her Pomelo grant. More coming soon!
More coming soon!
This article is a work in progress in an early stage of development and will be updated soon. We are looking forward to greatly improving this page to help everyone enjoy the benefits of Pomelo. Thanks for reading