Description

Holding the vision of building a better web, the Kernel community joins developers, researchers, entrepreneurs, artists, designers, investors, and people interested in Web 3.0 in a peer-to-peer network.

You'll have access to designs, specifications, smart contracts, security, and even zero-knowledge tools. These will help you build all kinds of decentralized things, even if you're not an expert. With 8 weeks of structured learning and building material, members discover core concepts and sharpen their self-learning skills. Access to weekly curated material and ask your questions in the Fireside Chat hosted on Slack.

As they profess a learning process as an unstructured path, the Kernel community offers The Kernel Gaming Track. It's a learning program focused on building and playing games.

You can be part of an active community where 200 members engage in online channels to support each other. There are also open libraries where you can collaborate with your knowledge. If you want to be deeply involved in the sphere, you can apply for the Kernel Fellowship paying a $400 one-time fee.

Details

  • Membership
    Paid Community
  • Founders
  • Amount of members
    800
  • Online Group
    Yes
  • Online Platform
    Slack
  • Job board
    No
  • Language
    English
  • Method
    Virtual
Benefits

Sharp your self-learning skills:
Take advantage of the structured educational resources to improve your research skills and learn how to love learning. If you get stuck somewhere in your journey, ask for help within the Slack channels to receive guidance from your peers.

The community offers the opportunity to experience new ways of learning through games and practical projects. The kernel community is all about slowly building your knowledge basis through repeated interactions with peers and by taking into account the full spectrum of human awareness.

Join a valuable community:
Members meet in Slack channels to participate in discussions, exchange resources and learn in collaboration with others. The community believes that shared truths create value, and that is needed to give before receiving. You'll be part of a group of people seeking to build a solid fellowship to make an impact in upcoming economies.

Exclusive Kernel Fellowship:
You can apply for the Kernel Fellowship, an 8-week program created to build lifelong relationships by sharing members' talents and making long-term Web 3 projects.

Price

  • One Time Cost
    $400
Included in Free Version

You can access self-learning structures resources to build your own educational path.

Requirements

To be part of the Slack community, you need to apply for Kernel Fellowship.

Place

Learning Events

The community offers an 8-week program to join up to 250 Kernel Fellows in a collaborative experience. Each member will share experiences and talents to build lifelong Web 3 projects along with the team. Fellows participate in conversations with peers intended to connect creativity with care. You'll learn how to manage your projects using your creativity and curiosity to reach unique results.

 

Networking Events

Members engage in Slack channels where they create new connections and help each other to achieve their personal goals.

Content Library

You can access structured educational resources to hone your research skills and learn the core concepts of decentralization.

The community of Kernel learners created a curated collection of resources for those who are building new tools and products on Web 3. You'll find from designs to specification, smart contracts, security, and even zero-knowledge up-to-dated tools. If you're looking to smooth your coding skills, you should take advantage of the open code section.

Impact/ESG

The Kernel community gives scholarships and resources to minorities for contributing to knowledge democratization.

Quote

"Excited to be part of @KERNEL0x's next block of KERNEL Fellows, working on #web3 projects with meaning and meeting some of the best minds in the #Crypto space." -Eddy

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