Can Bisq swag be added to Cyphermarket?


#1

I tried to bring it up in the meeting today but I don’t think it was addressed. Cyphermarket is run by Rehrar from the Monero community and they sell t-shirts and other basic stuff, but the key is they donate 50% to the associated projects. A simple green Bisq logo on a white tee could honestly sell quite nicely - and while Bisq.shop exists, there’s nothing wrong with potentially expanding the sales.

Btw; if you’re good at graphics design you can create and submit one yourself here, the only reason I’m asking here directly is so maybe someone from the team can get the official logo up.

Here’s the shop URL for anyone who wants to snoop (idk why that url won’t show different color but …)

(btw, I have no affiliation with cyphermarket, I just think this is an easy and cool thing to do :slight_smile: )


#2

afaik, most of Bisq code is open-source and available in the github, including logos, etc.

logos can be found here : https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq-design
specifically at : https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq-design/tree/master/bisq-logo+Bmark-0.9.0

If needed, the designer(s) can be best joined in the slack #design channel https://bisq.slack.com

(When an address is needed for returning the 50% it can be asked here.)


#3

Anybody is free to create Bisq swag, so there is no need to give a half to the project, especially when the project is trying to be as decentralized as possible.

In future you might just want to buy BSQ tokens when you want to help the project and burn them by trading. For now you can just use that other half to donate to charity.


#4

afaik, most of Bisq code is open-source and available in the github, including logos, etc.

Cyphermarket only lets the official logos be used if submitted by actual core project members or something

Anybody is free to create Bisq swag, so there is no need to give a half to the project, especially when the project is trying to be as decentralized as possible.

Take the damn money you selfless bastards!


#5

:smiley:

Manfred gave explicit permission to anyone who wants to make Bisq swag in the past.
bisq.shop is not affiliated with the project directly either.


#6

The operator of bisq.shop is a long term Bisq contributor and even it is completely decoupled from Bisq we fully support his efforts! Bisq is not interested to earn money from swags but is happy if people provide the infrastructure to make Bisq T-shirts etc. accessible.