Online Grant Funding Guide
[IMPACT] Please describe your proposed solution.
Please describe your proposed solution. How you write this section will depend on what type of proposal you are writing. You might want to include detail on
How you perceive the problem you are solving;
Your reasons for approaching it in the way that you have;
Who your project will engage, or who its stakeholders are;
How your project will be implemented;
What you will produce (i.e. your outputs) and
What will happen as a result of your work (i.e. your outcomes).
Explain what's unique about your solution, and what value it brings to the Cardano ecosystem.
Explain who will benefit.
Does your proposal primarily benefit a) your organization or company, b) the Catalyst community, c) the greater Cardano community or d) a specific community in the wider world? All of these are OK, but it is helpful to explain which you are primarily addressing.
Write in simple, ordinary language, that a non-specialist could understand. Avoid jargon if you can.
Do not present readers with a "wall of text" - break it up with sections, headings, and bullet points, and include visual images, videos, charts etc where relevant.
Please describe your proposed solution.*
[IMPACT] Please describe how your proposed solution will address the Challenge that you have submitted it in.
Please describe how your proposed solution will address the Challenge that you have submitted it in. Read the Challenge description thoroughly and explain which of its aims are addressed by your proposal.
If the Challenge description includes any essential requirements, ensure that you address them in your answer.
[IMPACT] What are the main risks that could prevent you from delivering the project successfully and please explain how you will mitigate each risk?
What are the main risks that could prevent you from delivering the project successfully and please explain how you will mitigate each risk? All projects face some kind of risk. This question is your chance to show that you understand what could go wrong, and that you are planning ahead to deal with potential problems.