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Saddle Up for bounties4bandits Session 2

Saddle Up for bounties4bandits Session 2

🤠 Howdy Bandits! Time to giddy on up for Session 2 of bounties4bandits

Session 1 was full of exciting projects, we saw Saddle’s code fork to new pastures, a bountiful merch competition, and some squinny memes like this one from @trader3027  😂

we hope y'all take the exit! 

The deputies chose some brave bandits that rose to the challenge, you can see the full list of winners and projects here.

In Session 2, we want to expand on these existing projects and bring Saddle to every corner of DeFi! Bandit involvement is our top priority, so we doubled down on the number of bounties available to both technical and non-technical folks!

📜 Wanted Bounties

⭐️ Introducing the Session 2 Deputies

These fine fellas will be judging b4b submissions, using their discerning eye and deep DeFi knowledge to choose SDL token awards and highlight distinguished projects!

Ken Deeter: Investor @ElecticCapital

0xKiwi: NFTx | waifusion  |  killergf | ex-@prylabs

Dan Elitzer: Investor @Nascent

How to get involved in b4b Session 2

  1. Start by learning about Saddle and joining our discord
  2. Once you have a good lay of the land, you can rally your wranglers (or ride solo!) and select a track on the project submission page.
  3. Our partners at Encode will get you set up with resources and access to a private discord channel with fellow bandits.
  4. The deputies will select projects in each track to award SDL tokens


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