The list of grantees
- Non-Custodial Payment Channel Hub – $420K. Payment upon delivery for the open source SDK release built by Spankchain, Kyokan, and Connext at Devcon 4
- Prototypal – $375K. Front-end state channel research and development.
- Finality Labs – $250K. Development of Forward-Time Locked Contracts (FTLC).
- Kyokan – $250K. Development of production ready mainnet Plasma Cash & Debit plugins.
- Atomic Cross-Chain Transactions – $65K. Research led by Maurice Herlihy of Brown University.
- EthSnarks – $40K. Development of a cross-compatible SDK for zkSNARKS to be viable on Ethereum.
- Flintstones – $120K. Further development of the Flint Language including a security focused IDE by Susan Eisenbach of Imperial College London.
- TrueBlocks – $120K. Open source block explorer.
- Gitcoin – $100K. Funding bounties on Gitcoin.
- VulcanizeDB – $75K. “Community sourced” block explorer.
- Buidler – $50K. Development of modular alternative to Truffle based on Ethers.js.
- Ethdoc – $25K. Open source tool for organization and interaction of smart contract codebases.
- Ethers.js – $25K. Support for ricmoo to continue development and maintenance of Ethers.js.
- Kauri – $25K. Funding documentation bounties on Kauri.
- Magic Money Tree (Dark Crystal) – $50K. Tool for securely storing and recovering keys and secrets through a multisig design by the Secure Scuttlebutt Team.
- Elizabeth Binks – $10K. Ring signature implementation with nine or more keys.
- Lindsey Gray – $10K. Development of C++ BLS-381 implementation.
- Sigma Prime – $150K. Lighthouse Eth 2.0 client in Rust.
- Prysmatic Labs – $500K. Eth 2.0 Prysm client.
- Status – $500K. Eth 2.0 client in Nim.
Source : Ethereum Blog