Decentralized Technical Knowledge Base for the Ethereum Ecosystem
Open Support for Open Source
The Ethereum development landscape is evolving at an unprecedented rate. While exciting, the effects have created significant challenges for both new and experienced ecosystem developers. The dispersal of quality content, lack of tutorials, guides and best practice recommendations, and the difficulty in sourcing this content (likely due to very busy dev teams), are significant barriers to adoption.
With Kauri, we aim to create an entry point to this critical technical content, as well as incentives and rewards systems for the creators and community members.
How Does Kauri Work?
Find high quality content for top projects, libraries, tools, and the latest research, whether you are new to Ethereum development or experienced.
Receive Ether, recognition, and feedback for writing, editing, and contributing to your favorite projects.
Review content created for your project, ensuring clarity and comprehensiveness, while building and engaging your community.
Kauri is launching in 2018! We're starting with Rinkeby in May, ending the year on mainnet, and adding many features in between.
We are strong believers in Ethereum and related technologies, and want to make development in the space as accessible as possible. We're building Kauri to help the many strong projects in the space become more usable and approachable. And as a team of developers and designers, to improve our own experiences building for Web 3.0!