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Learn how to submit projects for funding

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How to submit projects to Artizen

From oil paintings to open-source code, Artizen accepts any type of project that meets our Curation Guidelines and qualifies for one of our sponsored Match Funds. To submit your project click here and fill out a simple 7-minute form. That's it! But we recommend you first read the FAQs below and our article How to Get Your Project Curated.



FAQs


How do I get my project curated?

Each season, our community of Artifact holders votes on project submissions. Projects that garner the most votes by the end of the review period are curated for that season's Official Selection and go on to compete for match funding and the Artizen Prize. Make sure to read our best practices for how to get your project gets curated.


What questions do you ask for project submissions?

  • Project Title: 75 character limit

  • Logline: A one-sentence overview of your project (140 character limit).

  • Impact Tags: Add tags for your project's area of positive impact (e.g. "AI Safety").

  • Qualifying Match Fund: All project must qualify for at least one of our Match Funds.

  • What are you making? Keep it simple and write in the first person, e.g. "I'm making a documentary film about the AI Safety..." (250 character limit)

  • How will your project impact the world? Tell us how your project will transform lives, revitalize communities, or regenerate ecosystems (250 character limit).

  • What progress have you made? Highlight anything that shows momentum. Have you raised money? Shipped code? Assembled an impressive team? (250 character limit)

  • Why are you the right person to make this project? What about your background makes you uniquely suited to create this project? (250 character limit).

  • Start Date: When did you first start working on your project?

  • Expected Completion Date: When do you expect to complete your project?

  • Upload Pitch Deck: Share a PDF to go into more detail of the nuts and bolts of your project. Please read our pitch deck guidelines.

  • Name of Lead Creator: The person most responsible for the project. Each project must have one, and only one, lead creator.

  • Email for Lead Creator: [email protected]

  • Wallet Address for Lead Creator: Personal wallet address for the lead creator. Don't have a wallet? We recommend MetaMask or the Rainbow wallet.

  • Twitter URL Or Website for Lead Creator: Please include full URL: https://twitter.com/YourHandle

  • Profile Image for Lead Creator: Your profile photo must be 1:1 aspect ratio, at least 1000px by 1000px, and .jpg or .png file type.


Why do you require Artifacts?


All submissions must also include an Artifact, a new type of NFT that captures the spark of inspiration behind your project. If curated for our Official Selection, you will sell your project's Artifact to unlock match funding and compete for the Artizen Prize.

Artifacts can be an early sketch, a formula written in the margins of a notebook, or anything that documents an important milestone in your project's life cycle.

  • IMAGE: Square .jpg, .png, or .gif, 1:1 aspect ratio, at least 1000px by 1000px

  • VIDEO: Square .mp4 video, 1:1 aspect ratio, and no longer than 45 seconds.


Why do I need a crypto wallet?


Funding is awarded in Ether (ETH) which requires you to have a wallet. If you don't have a wallet yet, we recommend MetaMask or Rainbow.


What happens after I click submit?


Each season, submissions are reviewed by our community and the projects with the most votes are curated for our Official Selection. Learn more about our curation process or visit our review app to track your project's submission status.

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