With our Public Testnet launch coming this month and Mainnet launch in October, Team Metis is hard at work developing our tech and onboarding new partners to build on our Ethereum Layer 2 Rollup. We are committed to assembling a large, diverse group of strategic blockchain and non-blockchain partners from the worlds of DeFi, NFTs, DAOs, Gaming, Launchpads, Infrastructure, and more.
We’ve made big strides in the past few months, thanks to the success of the Metis Ecosystem Development Program (EDP). The Metis EDP gives established blockchain companies, blockchain startups, and even non-blockchain projects three major benefits:
That said, it’s a big world out there, and even pounding the pavement full time, we can’t possibly scout every single quality project that stands to benefit from what we have to offer. That’s why today we’re introducing a new venture: The Metis Business Development Bounty Program!
The program works like this: Any non-Metis employee who arranges an introduction that leads to a project integrating its smart contract(s) on the Metis Layer 2 platform qualifies for $METIS token rewards. (Note that we specify “introduction”; merely suggesting a project to us does not qualify.)
The rewards will be given out as follows:
If you have a quality project in mind that could be a good fit for the Metis Layer 2 Rollup, please fill out the form below, and we will contact you as soon as possible. Happy hunting!
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