Brink recently received $100,000 from a co-founder of the F2Pool mining pool.
The association has learning areas such as peer-to-peer networking, proof-of-work, and taproot.
Bitcoin developer Brink received a $100,000 donation from bitcoiner and investor Tim Draper through the Draper Foundation.
We are honored to have received a $100,000 donation from The Draper Foundation and @TimDraper towards our development funding efforts. Thank you for your support!”, to express the non-profit association via Twitter.
Brink is engaged in Bitcoin research and development. It was founded in 2020 and has a Scholarship and grant program funded entirely by third-party donations.
The association relies 100% on donations from individuals and organizations wishing to support the open source bitcoin network and protocol.
Another donation, also for $100,000, was received by Brink earlier this month. This time was the scholarship Completed by Chun Wang, co-founder of the F2Pool mining pool.
In this way, Brink has achieved $200,000 total in donations in March so far. Other sponsors of the association are ecosystem companies such as: BlockFi, Nexo, Gemini, Kraken and the Human Rights Foundation.
Anyone interested in a scholarship can do so Application directly from the Brink portal.
As CriptoNoticias reported, the grantees will work hand-in-hand with software engineers and developers within Bitcoin Core for a year. This allows them to expand their knowledge in various learning areas, including Peer-to-Peer Networks, Proof of Work (PoW), Taprootamong other.