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Creating your first bounty
Task + Reward = Bounty
Note: Tasks can only be created by those who have the
Create Taskspermissions on that space/project
Board view: Click the
+icon at the top-right corner of any status column
Click + at the top of any column to add a task
List view: Click the
+button next to the status name
Click + next to the status name
You'll then see a pop-up that gives you options to customise your task and provide details on what is required for the contributor working on the task to produce.
This pop-up allows you to setup the task as you prefer
This is what a helpful bounty looks like on Dework, at a glance, compared to a simple task.
Note how the reward amount stands out and attracts attention
It is recommended to include helpful details in the task to assist contributors to understand what is expected. You can make use of the following simple elements of a task to do that:
- 1.Title: Action-oriented statement that simply outlines the expected outcome
- 4.Due Date: Click
Set due dateto set a deadline for the bounty
- 5.Description: Markdown-supported input area for you to add all relevant details that will help a contributor produce a good result. Also supports image & file drag-and-drop
- 6.Priority: Indicate the urgency of the task by setting this from a list of options
- 7.Task Points: It's helpful to include task points as a measure of effort that it would take to complete this task; also helpful if you're pre-token and want to measure contributions easily
- 8.Tags: Create your own tags to help a contributor identify at a glance what kind of task it is; it also helps when filtering tasks later
A simple task with basic details entered to help a contributor better execute the work
Step 1: To convert a task into a bounty so that it's easy for contributors to spot when there's a reward for completing work, click
Click on Add Bounty to get started
Step 2: You will then see a pop-up to customise your bounty type.
You can set the token and amount you want to payout
Step 3: Choose between:
Set amount: define the token & amount you want to payout
Option to set the token and the amount
Open to bids: allow contributors to bid on how much they want to be rewarded for completing the bounty, with tokens that you set.
Option to allow contributors to bid on how much they want to get rewarded
Step 4: Click on
Add tokenfrom the dropdown. In future you will be able to select tokens that you previously added.
Add a token that you support for your reward
Select from the list of available networks
Step 6: After you select a network you'll then be able to pick from the default tokens available for that network.
Choose a default token or add your own
Step 7: Select the desired token from the dropdown and click
Click Add Token to save it for use
Step 8: You can now enter the amount of the selected token you want to payout as a reward and click
Saveto add it to the task.
Add the amount of the token you want to payout
Step 9: [Optional] Before you click
Save, if the option is available for the selected token, you could also tick the checkbox for
Peg to USD. This will showcase the reward in USD for the chosen token amount based on the feeds we use.
You can optionally peg the amount to USD
Your bounty will now be ready to publish and you can click
Your bounty can now be created
This option allows you to add your own custom fungible tokens (ERC-20) and non-fungible tokens (ERC-721 & 1155) a.k.a NFTs, across supported networks.
Step 1: Select
Add your own tokenfrom the dropdown
Select Add your own token to get started
Step 2: Select what type of token it is,
ERC-1155, then enter the contract address and click
Enter the type & contract details to lookup the token
After confirming it's the right token, click Add token to save it for use
This option is helpful when you either want contributors to decide their reward amount or if you have a budget range in mind but not a specific amount.
Open to bids is great for flexibility and a broad budget
Step 2: Here you can see what tokens contributors can use for their bid. You can add more supported tokens by clicking
Add token. Continue with Adding a custom token for next steps and then click
Click Add token if you want to support more tokens for contributors to bid with
When you need the ability to pay one or more tasks in multiple tokens, it's easy to add and setup additional token options for the bounty in the same step as setting up the task reward.
Step 1: Create a new task and select
Create a new task to start
Start with your usual bounty flow
Step 3: Once you've set up the first token reward, click
Click Add Another to use more than one token
Step 4: If you only have one token added as a reward option, select
Add tokenin the dropdown
Add a new token in case you only have one setup so far
Step 5: Setup the other token option by selecting the network and entering the token info
Setup the new token as ERC 20, 721 or 1155
Step 6: Once you've added the token, you can now select it from the reward option dropdown
Select the newly added token for the second reward
Step 7: Set the reward amount for the second token and click
Note: If you'd like to add more than 2 tokens, you can click
Add Anotheragain and repeat steps 4-7
Add more if needed, otherwise click Save
Step 8: Once saved, you will see the multiple token rewards set as the task bounty
View the multi-token bounty on the task creation view
It will be clearly visible to contributors and viewers of your tasks which bounties have multiple token rewards through the
Rewardfield on the task card
View the multi-token reward on the task easily