RabbitHole was launched in May 2020 by Brian Flynn, co-founder and CEO. RabbitHole is creating a two-sided marketplace—one for users and contributors and one for projects and protocols. RabbitHole is building an environment for anyone to learn how to use and contribute to decentralized apps and to build an on-chain resume of achievements. RabbitHole is also reshaping the future of work on Web3 by creating a place for projects and protocols to find users and contributors based on their on-chain résumé.
The RabbitHole platform is a place for users to learn by doing, earn cryptocurrency, and build on-chain credentials to become quality contributors to projects and protocols by completing Quests and Projects and acquiring Skills. Initial partners include Polygon, Aave, ENS Domains, Graph, Uniswap, and Lido, which are providing token incentives to RabbitHole and its contributors using a "learn-to-earn" model. In turn, RabbitHole also provides a way for projects and protocols to identify, acquire, and engage quality contributors based on their on-chain credentials, promoting a more meritocratic Web3.
RabbitHole raised $3.6M seed funding in June 2021 led by Electric Capital and in February 2022 completed $18M Series A funding led by Greylock and TCG Crypto.