Arbitrum's Short-Term Incentive Program (Arbitrum Improvement Proposal)

General Communication SEEDGov

As already noted by @cattin, the @seedlatam delegation has created this account in collaboration with several partners, with the objective of evaluating grant proposals related to Arbitrum Short-Term Incentives. Here are the evaluation criteria adopted:

Evaluation Criteria:

Despite the large volume of proposals received, with more than 106 submissions in a short period, the team defined several essential criteria to determine which initiatives to support:

  • Protocol metrics in relation to the requested grant.
  • Innovation inherent to the protocol.
  • Potential impact of the proposal and acquisition of new users.
  • Reputation of the applying team.
  • Ability to attract liquidity.
  • Impact on the Latin American ecosystem, in line with our vision and mission to support the region

We leave a spreadsheets with our results

Voting Process:

As usual, the vote of the @cattin delegation is made in consensus with the community. Although this voting process remains consistent with our standard practice, we have made some adjustments. Given the high number of proposals, and in a joint work with @cattin, we have conducted an initial assessment, selecting 32 proposals that amount to a total of 54,398,000 ARB.
The community will have the opportunity to vote for the proposals they deem most relevant. The final determination will fall on those that receive the most votes, up to reaching the figure of 50M USD, as previously stipulated.

We remind you that the next governance call will take place on Tuesday the 10th at 19:45 UTC on our Discord server.


We wish to express our gratitude to all the protocols and community members who have reached out to us through various means. We regret not being able to respond to everyone due to the high workload this week.

Special recognition goes to @tnrom for his constant dedication and effort in this incentive program, and to @stablelabs for their management in the forum.

Additionally, we want to thank @BlockworksResearch, @jerame20, @archipelabro, among others who, with their contributions, facilitated the evaluation process. Their collaboration has been invaluable. Thank you all!