Special Thanks

Filecoin Foundation

Filecoin foundation was the first sponsor of AIRport development.

Sponsor ship Levels


Donate US $50+/month on Github Sponsors

You get:

  • Your logo or name here
  • Annual talk at your conference or meetup

Supersonic Jet

Donate US $25 - $49/month on Github Sponsors

You get:

  • Your logo or name here
  • Quarterly workshop for your team


Donate US $1 - $24/month on Github Sponsors

You get:

  • Your logo or name here
  • Participate in monthly Q&A video call

Become a Sponsor

The Beyond Decentralized Sponsorship Program is the way for organizations and individuals to contribute to development of fair ownership of data and promotion of independent software development on the Internet.

In return, Beyond Decentralized will officially acknowledge your donation via various methods appropriate to your sponsorship level. Your logo and/or Github username/tag will appear to the Sponsors page. You can display the Beyond Decentralized logo and the sponsorship level on your site and in your marketing materials.

Sponsorship funds

Sponsorship funds will go directly towards funding development of Beyond Decentralized technologies.

Sponsorship funds may also go to support normal business operating expenses as well as:
  • Conferences
  • Hackathons
  • Marketing and PR

Who can sponsor

Any individual can support Beyond Decentralized (as long as they are legally allowed to do so). Beyond Decentralized organizational sponsors must be:

  • An organization/business located anywhere in the world that would be legal to operate anywhere in the United States and any state of nexus* for the Beyond Decentralized, excluding businesses, persons and jurisdiction limited by law. This is necessary to avoid legal risks and protect our non-profit status.
  • Demonstrably committed to open source software and The Beyond Decentralized mission.

Landing pages for sponsor links cannot be advertisements or redirectors and must be “PG Rated” and safe for work environments. All links should go to a home page or a page with relevant, editorial content about open source software. Any sites with content unsuitable for minors must use a landing page that is completely child-safe, with appropriate warnings, and that meets US legal requirements such as the FTC’s COPPA requirements.

*Nexus, also called “sufficient physical presence”, is a legal term that refers to the requirement for companies doing business in a state to collect and pay tax on sales in that state. For example, if you sell goods or services in Denver, you must file and pay Colorado state taxes. Source: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/r/taxes/what-is-nexus-and-how-does-it-affect-your-small-business.