The Peerplays Blockchain Standards Association (PBSA), a non-profit organization, established in 2016, that supports the development of provably fair gaming on the Peerplays blockchain, has announced the launch of a brand new grant program for developers to help build out the Peerplays ecosystem.

The total pot for Peerplays Grants will be the equivalent of $1 million USD. The grants will be dispersed as a combination of BTC, native PPY token, and development & marketing resources.

Although Peerplays Grants does not bias against applications from businesses or developers who may wish to profit from the fruits of Peerplays Grants-funded projects, Peerplays Grants should NOT be considered a funding platform for new business endeavors. Only those applicants creating an open source public project – for public benefit – will be considered.

According to PBSA, project ideas can include:

  • Video Games – Battle royale, roleplaying, first-person. Don’t forget about in-game trading, competitions, point collection, profile building, and more.
  • Collectibles – From baseball cards to digital pets. If you can collect it online, blockchain probably makes it better (i.e. more secure).
  • Casino-style games – Think sports betting, dice, card games, roulette, slots…
  • Online stores, auction sites, instant messenger, social media, etc.

Previously, PBSA launched BookiePro, a fully decentralized sports betting exchange.

Grants are disbursed on a case by case basis, with preference given to projects with the greatest chance at “mass success” on the Peerplays blockchain.

Peerplays open source code can be found at More information and the application can also be found here.