Grant for the Web's first public call for proposals is set to open in April 2020.
Software developer Seth Corker describes the power that independent content creators must cede to web publishing platforms and AI.
Through sessions, workshops, and a playful arcade, the community weighed in on challenges caused by the web's current business models, and how we can support improvements.
Digital technologist Sally Lait blogs about her experiments with the Web Monetization standard.
The Grant for the Web community forum is a place to participate in conversations about the growing web monetization ecosystem that's based on open standards and protocols.
“We’re very interested in identifying new ways of rewarding open creativity and enabling people to show their gratitude to creators who share their work openly with the world.”
“With this grant, we hope to tip the scales in favor of an open, native way for creators to be compensated for their contributions to the Web community.”
“Our goal in joining Grant for the Web is to support a new vision of the future.”