Grant Proposal: Side Event Ethereum México

Grant ID: 8685wengc


On October 20Th The Graph (The Graph Spanish Community), Chainlink (Chainlink Spanish Community) and Arbitrum (Arbitrum Foundation) will organize a side event of Ethereum México. Ethereum México will take place on October 21.

The side event will take place on Colony Spaces Reforma Anzures Reforma Anzures - Colony Spaces from 8:30 to 18:00 hs .

The event will include 6 different sessions focus on devs, builders and community.

You can check the Agenda in the following link: English Agenda del Evento: "Construyendo Web3 en México Chainlink, The Graph y Arbitrum" - Google Docs

The event will be pay by Arbitrum, Chainlink and The Graph

On August 2023 we organized other event with Chainlink and Arbitrum with many devs and participants.

The objectives of the Ethereum México side event for The Graph is:
1.- To provide a deeper understanding of The Graph in Mexico
2.- Expand The Graph community in Mexico
3.- Show devs how to use The Graph
4.- Onboard people from web2 to web3

You can check the cost breakdown in the following link:

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Describe what your project does or is aiming to do in 50 characters or less:
On October 20Th The Graph (The Graph Spanish Community), Chainlink (Chainlink Spanish Community) and Arbitrum (Arbitrum Foundation) will organize a side event of Ethereum México. Ethereum México will take place on October 21.

How far along are you?:
We have already organize the event, the date, speakers and topics.

Why did you pick this idea to work on? Do you have domain expertise in this area? How do you know people need what you’re making?:
We have experience in organize this type of event. The Ethereum México side event is an oportunity to have more devs and community involved in The Graph Ecosystem in México.

What’s new about what you’re making? What substitutes do people resort to because it doesn’t exist yet (or they don’t know about it)?:
We want to explain what The Graph is, how to create subgraphs, how to migrate subgraphs. And engage and onboard more devs from web2 to web3.

What’s your vision for how your project will impact The Graph and/or web3?:
The event will impact in devs for explain in a deeply way about creation and migration to L2 in Spanish. And this event will be the first event that The Graph organize in México.

How will you measure success?:
We expect 30 devs and 30 people from the community.

What milestones will you achieve in the coming weeks/months, with or without the grant?:

Please select who you think will benefit from your project?:

How much funding are you looking for? (USD):

Provide a breakdown of your requested funding:

Have you applied for (or already received) funding from somewhere else?:

If yes, please describe where you’ve received funding from and how much you have, or will, receive:
The Graph Foundation for events (The Graph anniversaries, The Graph Workshops in Uruguay)
AdvocatesDAO for Side Event Ethereum Argentina

Can you share any information about current/past web3 experience?:
I am member of AdvocatesDAO and advocate

Why are you interested in contributing to The Graph and/or web3?:
I am very committed with the engagement and growing of The Graph ecosystem and community in LatinAmérica

Are you applying as a team or individual?:

What type of grant are you pursuing?:
Project (one-off)

Please select the category your project best fits into:
Regional Community

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I have made a mistake in the final budget required.I already change the proposal.

I still have an amount of token of the grant received for the Ethereum Argentina side event,

I have USD 367.50 available, so the required amount is reduced to USD 1150.83.


Interesting and cool proposal that I think could show very interesting results, the only thing I wanted to clarify:

How will you measure the success of the event? What specific metrics will you use to track your progress towards your goals?

Otherwise, I have no questions, I am very happy to support this proposal.

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Thank you for the question.
I have mentioned in the proposal, the big focus is create a community in México and onboard new developers to web3.
For that reason, I consider as a sucess of the event:
1.- At least 20 developers at the workshops
2.- At least 2 new candidates for the Advocates program
3.- At least 40 people in the event (technical and non technical people).



The presentation of the project will be in the public-voice-chat channel on the Graph AdvocatesDAO Discord server on October 17th at 10:00 UTC. Entrance is open and everyone is welcome to come in and ask their questions during the presentation!

Thanks everyone for your attention!


Thanks for your application Lorena. The events you’ve held like this in the past have all seemed to be very successful and I love the collaboration with other great communities and protocols like Arbitrum & Chainlink.

Big yes vote from me :grin:


Thank you for the support. The event was yesterday and we had the support of the Mexican community

Congratulations! The majority decision of the Grant Committee has concluded to recommend this proposal to the DAO.

In order to receive official approval from the DAO, a corresponding on-chain vote needs to be conducted on DAOHaus that will determine the DAO decision. A member of the Grant Committee will reach out to you via email with instructions on next steps in order to prepare for the on-chain funding proposal, which requires prior completion of KYC and consent to the Grant Agreement.

Thank you for all your effort to present a strong proposal aiming to grow The Graph and web3 ecosystem!

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Report Side Event Ethereum México

On October 20th The Graph Spanish, Chainlink Spanish and Arbitrum Foundation Spanish organized a side event with workshops and technical presentations with focus on Developers.

1.- Agenda:

Presentation. Ana Belen (Arbitrum), Lorena Fabris (AdvocatesDAO The Graph), Javier Salomón (Chainlink)

Chainlink in Action. Gilberts Ahumada (Chainlink Labs)

Subgraphs on The Graph. Arturo Castañon (AdvocatesDAO)

Arbitrum: Scaling on Ethereum. Gilberts Ahumada (Chainlink Labs)

Protocols Integration. Arturo Castañon (AdvocatesDAO)

Updates in The Graph Ecosystem. The Graph Grants & Advocates Program. Lorena Fabris (AdvocatesDAO).

Arbitrum Foundation & Grant Program. Ana Belen (Arbitrum Foundation)

Success Stories and Challenges. Livia Panez (AdvocatesDAO). Panel: Success Stories and Challenges with Subgraphs and migration

2.- Costs:

The final costs of the event for The Graph was: USD 787.50 (we have a amount of 367.50 for the previous event in Buenos Aires)

3.- Deliverables:

  • We have had many developers and referents from Mexico blockchain communities (Avalanche, Arbitrum. Starket, among others) interested in the workshops in technical presentations.
  • We have captured photos and videos (share infra with links) that show attendee interactions.
  • We have identified and contacted possible new advocates and developers for The Graph ecosystem.
  • We have promoted the Advocates Program and the Grant program (non technical presentation).

4.- Links Photos:

5.- Videos:

I am still waiting for the final videos. I will share ASAP

6.- Tweets:

Greetings! @Lorena

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Thank you!

I hereby agree to this grant agreement of the Graph AdvocatesDAO with the GitHub commit-hash 3858eb9315ef3a0a93d0701961ffbc2a57d45205. That document forms the legal agreement of the proposed grant with the following terms:

  • Scope

    • The scope of this grant is to facilitate a side event of Ethereum México organized by The Graph Spanish Community, Chainlink Spanish Community, and the Arbitrum Foundation on October 20, aiming to provide a deeper understanding of The Graph in Mexico, expand The Graph community, show developers how to use The Graph, and onboard individuals from web2 to web3.
  • Deliverables

    • Conducting 6 different sessions focused on developers, builders, and the community during the event.

    • Engaging and onboarding developers from web2 to web3.

    • Providing an in-depth explanation about The Graph, creating subgraphs, and migrating subgraphs.

    • Collect feedback from attendees, partners to evaluate the success of the event.

    • Provide a comprehensive report on the event, including videos, photos, and recommendations for future events.* Total Grant Amount

    • USD Value: 694.91 USD

    • Token: GRT

    • Token Amount: 7827 GRT

  • Disbursement Schedule:

    • Full Funding: 100%
  • Term Length:

    • Date of the event: October 20th, 2023.
  • Receiving ETH Address: 0x73201635125a67aebf560a5431d84138efd1b8ff

I understand that the agreement will only be executed upon a successful completion of a corresponding on-chain vote by the Graph AdvocatesDAO. I also understand that the grant will be disbursed on Gnosis Chain.

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