There are lots of ways to get involved, from generating ideas, to coordinating projects, contributing design and code, and helping to spread the word.


  • Voters are staked AirSwap Tokens (sAST) holders who participate in AIP votes.

  • Authors support the proposal (AIP) creation and publishing process.

  • Developers contribute code to software projects being built by the community.

  • Designers contribute visual, UI, and UX design and coordinate with developers.

  • Marketers help deliver community software into the hands of our audiences.

See a list of active projects, proposals ready to be built, and open bounty categories.


AirSwap is organized as a decentralized network of contributors using a continuous process called AirSwap Improvement Proposals (AIP). This process is how the community captures, selects, and prioritizes new projects.

Each proposal is authored by one or more contributors. To “ratify” an AIP as a community proposal, it’s called to vote by the author and voted on by token holders. Once accepted, the AIP is placed in a backlog for selection by developers.

Several incentives to participate are built in. Every 4 weeks…

  • Votes are run for four days on one or more proposals.

  • Rewards are distributed by contributors for work completed.

  • Bounties are assessed and distributed by a project lead.