Build your next Web3 project on Ocean Protocol
Ocean Shipyard is looking for entrepreneurs to build open-source Web3 solutions on Ocean Protocol, make valuable data available, build innovations and create value for the Ocean ecosystem. Here are some examples of what you can build with Ocean.
Ocean Templates use cases
Data Pools & Data Co-op
Datatoken derivative markets
AI services integration
Web Scraping using ML
In addition to funding Shipyard grant recipients also have access to personalized technical assistance from the Ocean team as well as professional business development and marketing support that help accelerate project development and increase visibility within the Ocean community and broader Web3 ecosystem.
Access to Ocean Protocol's technical resources and guidance to enhance project development.
Expert advice on business strategy and scaling within the ecosystem.
Strategies and tools to effectively market and communicate the project.
Eligibility for the Ocean Protocol Shipyard program hinges on the effective use of Ocean technology, a proven team, clear use cases, and potential positive ecosystem impact.
Projects must utilize Ocean Protocol technology and have a clear deployment potential.
The project team should have a track record of successful project execution.
Proposals need to present a clear use case and/or sustainable business model.
The project should demonstrate potential for a positive impact on the Ocean ecosystem.
Since its inception in late 2021, Shipyard has funded over 2M OCEAN and helped teams build & ship their MVP. Check out some of the notable projects that are building the future of the data economy
Build personalized decentralised AI assistants
IoT and mobile App to collect & use wearable health data
dApp for people to anonymize, tokenize, and monetize their data
Data-Unions-as-a-service for AI and co-owned insights
Real-estate property market
Train machine learning models and compute statistics on Ocean's datasets
Award winning sensor company and world leader in real-time precision monitoring for livestock
STEP 1 - Prepare proposal
Using the dedicated submission form prepare your grant proposal. Be sure that your proposal provides clear and concise details of your project’s scope, objectives and alignment with Ocean Protocol’s vision and goals.
STEP 2 - Submit proposal
Once you have completed your grant proposal, submit your proposal for review by members of the Ocean Protocol Core Team.
STEP 3 - Review & Next Steps
Proposals are reviewed in the order that they are received and are processed as quickly as possible. If your proposal is successful, you will be contacted by a member of the Ocean team about next steps.