Meet the Dapp Market: A Twist On Open Source Is Winning Developers

“[For the] entirety of the history of technology, open-source software developers have had to live like paupers.”

While this is a bit of an exaggeration, Kevin Owocki has a point: making a living can be rough for developers of open-source software, that is, software for which the code is made freely available to use, modify and redistribute under licenses that mostly preclude hallmarks of ownership such as patent rights.

As the founder of Gitcoin, a decentralized bug bounty marketplace, Owocki is trying to fix that.

And this push comes at a time when many open-source developers are lamenting the struggles of their passion, as a Medium article called “A Bitter Guide To Open Source” makes its rounds.

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