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Data Economy Challenge with Ocean Protocol

online

3.4 Million Ocean Tokens. 3 Inspiring Tracks. Global Community Participation. Build the New Data Economy with us!

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€104,220
in prizes
Jan. 15, 2020
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3.4 Million Ocean Tokens. 3 Inspiring Tracks. Global Community Participation. Build the New Data Economy with us!

Imagine a world where corporations, start-ups, public institutions and people are able to share data freely and securely to solve the world’s most pressing problems.

A world where proprietary data can be shared in a secure environment without compromising data security and privacy, where data is no longer locked up in silos and individuals retain ownership & control of their data.

We can build this world together.

Learn more about the three tracks at challenge.oceanprotocol.com.

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ELIGIBILITY

Everyone is welcomed to take part in the hackathon. You're encouraged to work on a team, with a maximum of 6 people. 

REQUIREMENTS

Each track has different submission requirements. 

 

Data Marketplace Track

To qualify for prizes and challenge rewards, participants must abide by all of the rules and minimum submission requirements:

  • Your POC must demonstrate a successful use of Ocean Protocol.
  • Ocean Protocol team must be able to view your POC and run the code.
  • You must submit a video showcasing your POC.
  • Marketplace POC must show transactions on the Pacific network.
  • Marketplace POC must show end-to-end user experience.

Find out more about this track. 

 

Network Integrations Track 

To qualify for prizes and challenge rewards, participants must abide by all of the rules and minimum submission requirements:

  • Your POC must demonstrate a successful use of Ocean Protocol.
  • Ocean Protocol team must be able to view your POC and run the code.
  • You must submit a video showcasing your POC.
  • Integration challenge POCs must happen on the Pacific network.
  • Integration challenge POCs must show how to incorporate or consume data from Ocean; the more popular the tool the higher the POC will score.

Get inspiration for this track. 

 

Wild Card Track 

To qualify for prizes and challenge rewards, participants must abide by all of the rules and minimum submission requirements:

  • Your POC must demonstrate a successful use of Ocean Protocol.
  • Ocean Protocol team must be able to view your POC and run the code.
  • You must submit a video showcasing your POC.

Get more information about this track. 

Erasure + CoinList Hackathon

online

Bringing Simple Web3 Primitives To Any Website On The Internet

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TBA
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Dec. 17, 2019
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About the hackathon

Last spring, we announced a $1M grant program to help fund projects building on Erasure. We received proposals to build great apps. However, great apps rely on great tools. This is why the focus of this hackathon is building great tools to help developers build great applications. The best tools will win prizes and be considered for further funding through the grant program.

Categories

Hackathon submissions will be judged according to the following three categories:

1. Speedup in App Development: Much of the friction in building on top of smart contracts is the need for a web developer to learn about the intricacies of a new technology. Good packages such as an JS library or SDK can greatly accelerate app development by abstracting away the complexity.

2. Seamless Integrations: In the blockchain world, interoperability is king. Adoption often depends on playing well with existing tooling and ways developers do things.

3. New Frontiers: Erasure Protocol is about providing the primitives required for building new kinds of applications on the internet. This means we are always looking for bright ideas that push the frontier of the possible.

Prizes

Your hackathon submissions will be shown to a world class group of judges. These judges will select winners for $25k in prizes. The best teams will also have the opportunity to continue their work by getting additional funding through our grants program or by joining our team.

  • First Place: $10k
  • Second Place: $5k
  • 10 Notable Mentions: $1k

MadurAIOpenTecHackathon

Madurai, India

Build your business from idea over a weekend

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30,000
in prizes
May 22, 2020
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SageHack

Newport Beach, CA, USA

Sage Hill School's First High School Hackathon

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3,147
in prizes
Jan. 17, 2020
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Blockstack Can't Be Evil Contest: Part 3

online

Build a Blockstack application that fits into one of the featured categories – and isn't evil

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$16,800
in prizes
Dec. 18, 2019
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Stratis Smart Contracts Challenge

online

Contestants from around the world are invited to take part in the Stratis Smart Contracts Challenge!

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$18,000
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Dec. 16, 2019
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Honeycomb Smart Contract Hackathon

online

Build a Smart Contract Connected to Real-World Data With Honeycomb

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$12,250
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Dec. 11, 2019
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Build a Smart Contract Connected to Real-World Data With Honeycomb

Honeycomb Smart Contract Hackathon is a three-week virtual hackathon focused on connecting the world of smart contracts and decentralized applications to real-world data from some of the world’s premier data providers. 

Using Honeycomb’s broad list of APIs connected to the Ethereum blockchain through Chainlink oracles, developers will be able to enrich their smart contracts with data from categories like crypto, forex and traditional market rates, weather, sports scores and odds (for both traditional and e-sports), flight schedules and more. For data-aggregation, developers will be able to connect to the entire catalogue of Honeycomb APIs through multiple reliable Chainlink oracles, or use the free Honeycomb Ropsten testnet oracle.

The hackathon starts on Wednesday, November 20th, and participating applications should be submitted through Devpost by Wednesday, December 11th, 11pm ET. 

APIs available for hackathon participants: 

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ELIGIBILITY

Participants need to be over 18 years of age, and adhere to the hackathon rules

REQUIREMENTS

What Should I Build?
We encourage developers to create applications that make them excited about the future of smart contracts and decentralized applications. 

All submissions need to include an integration of at least one Honeycomb API
Smart contract applications submitted for the hackathon need to include a state change that is executed by a data input from at least one Honeycomb-listed API through at least one Chainlink oracle (mainnet or Ropsten). Honeycomb provides developers with free access to API test calls through a Ropsten testnet oracle.

How to join:

1. Register for the hackathon here on Devpost by clicking the green button (top right on this page)

2. Create a Honeycomb account at honeycomb.market

3. Come up with an idea for a cool smart contract application (consider requirements and judging criteria, some inspiration here)

4. Build your cool smart contract application (see documents, resources and tutorials below)

5. Submit, at minimum, a link to your application + a description of the application through Devpost before December 11th 2019, 11pm ET (you may also provide additional information in the submission, such as a link to a video showcasing the application)

Documents and Resources:

Gotham DLT 2019

New York, NY, USA

Building Distributed Ledger Apps in the City that Never Sleeps

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11,000
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Dec. 7, 2019
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COMIT Hackathon - Atomic Swaps for your Application

Singapore, Singapore

Build atomic swap solutions on top of COMIT, the open-source protocol enabling cross-blockchain applications!

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Non-monetary prizes
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Dec. 6, 2019
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Hack to the Future

online

The fintech hackathon, brought to you by Finastra

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$51,893
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Dec. 6, 2019
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The fintech hackathon, brought to you by Finastra

Be a part of what we hope is the world's largest fintech hackathon ever! Build your app with Finastra APIs to enter to win great prizes, and free travel to join us at FusionONE devCon in Atlanta USA in February 2020 for the grand final.

Fintech is one of the hottest growth and innovation areas, with some serious investment from banks/private equity/VC and government. 

Finastra is the third largest fintech in the world, with 9,000+ financial institutions as clients. We have recently opened up APIs to our clients' core systems, to allow fintech app connectivity. Hack To The Future will use these APIs, to bring your new innovation to this audience.

We truly believe that the future of finance is OPEN, and this hackathon embraces open. Students, fintech enthusiasts, fintechs, tech developers, tech founders - all are welcome!

Thank you to our hackathon collaborators: our global technology partner, Microsoft; our City Hack hosts, ING, Cognizant, Texas Capital Bank, Efficiency MC + Raven Consulting, Dauphine Tunis - and more! 

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ELIGIBILITY

  • Individuals, and teams of individuals, who have reached the age of majority in their jurisdiction of residence at the time of entry
  • Teams can be up to 5 people
  • Organizations that, at the time of entry, have been duly organized or incorporated and validly exist
  • The competition will welcome submitters from around the globe. However individuals or organizations may be disqualified if they are based in a nation, state, province, or territory where U.S. or local law prohibits participating in the competition or receiving a prize. This includes individuals, who are residents of, and organizations domiciled in Brazil, Quebec, Cuba, Sudan, Iran, North Korea, Syria and any other country designated by the United States Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control.

REQUIREMENTS

Get access to Finastra's APIs using the code "HACK2019" and sign up for a dev account on https://www.fusionfabric.cloud/sign-up.

All submissions must integrate at least one Finastra API and fall under at least one of the categories:

  • Retail Banking
  • Corporate Banking
  • Capital Markets
  • Payments

All submissions must include a 2-3 minute video that pitches the app AND demonstrates the functionality of the app.

All submissions must include at least one image of their application.

Strike: A Virtual Lightning Hackathon

online

Hosted by RADAR ION

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$5,000
in prizes
Nov. 19, 2019
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Register at https://strike.devpost.com/

Requirements for Deadline

Build a lightening related app/product. The product must use Lightening Technology thats the only requirement.

Immediate Next Steps

Play around with the Lightening SDKs (find link in the detailed description)

Join the slack channel.

Create a dummy product first to get an idea of the tech stack.

Detail Description

Hosted by RADAR ION

If you’re active in the Lightning Network community, now’s your chance to show off your skills and knowledge to help move adoption forward. In this virtual hackathon, developers and Lightning experts alike can compete to build an app or create quality content. And if you win, you’ll receive a cash prize from RADAR ION!

STRIKE gives you the chance to compete in two ways:

BUILD

Your mission: build Lightning related applications!

Hardware and software app submissions are welcome. To qualify, projects must:

  • Utilize Lightning technology

Top three submissions will share a prize pool of $3000.

Plus, there's a special RADAR bounty of $500:

Build on the Lightning Network with helpful support from RADAR developer tools. Utilizing our SDK, APIs, and/or repo will help make your project easier to complete and will also qualify you for an additional $500 if your project places among the winners. To participate in the Bounty the project must fall under the Build Track.

RADAR bounty tools:

REDSHIFT SDK - https://www.npmjs.com/package/@radar/redshift.js
REDSHIFT Documentation - https://github.com/RadarTech/redshift-monorepo/tree/master/packages/redshift.js
ION App Store API - https://ion.radar.tech/apps/docs
RadarTech/ln-api-boilerplate — A boilerplate example project for creating lightning-enabled applications on top of LND - https://github.com/RadarTech/ln-api-boilerplate 


SHARE

Create original educational content (text) about one of the following topics:

  • Node setup
  • Atomic Swaps
  • Channel Liquidity
  • Lightning User Experience

Top three submissions will share a prize pool of $1500.

SLACK channel: http://bit.ly/joinstrikeslack

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ELIGIBILITY

Individuals who are at least the age of majority where they reside as of the time of entry are eligible to submit a project. Individual, Team, and Organization submissions will be accepted for each Track.

REQUIREMENTS

Create or build a project across one (or more) of the following categories:

  1. BUILD Track
  2. SHARE Track

BUILD Track

  • Any Documentation & Submission Form
  • Access. A way to access your codebase, as well as your working project where applicable.

SHARE Track

  • Document (link, pdf, or other formats) to the content you’ve written
    *All materials must be submitted on the Devpost website BEFORE Nov 18, 2019 (11:45:00pm Central Time, USA)

HB DApps Hackathon 2019

Quận 8, Vietnam

Join this online Hackathon and create your Game in 07 days to earn the $1,000 USD Prize!

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2,300
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Nov. 17, 2019
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Cambridge Hackathon with NuCypher, Fluence & Arweave

Milton, United Kingdom

The hackathon will have a big open track and project-specific bounties with over £10,000 in prizes!

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13,000
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Nov. 16, 2019
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Building the Arweave permaweb

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Sick of 404s? Help revolutionize the web by building decentralized apps

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$5,000
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Nov. 11, 2019
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ETHWaterloo

Waterloo, Canada

Back to Waterloo, where it all began.

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16,000
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Nov. 8, 2019
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DeFi Hackathon

San Francisco, CA, USA

How will you change the future of finance?

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69,000
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Nov. 2, 2019
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Chainlink + CoinList Hackathon

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Building Real-World Smart Contracts Using Off-Chain Resources

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Over 60k USD
in prizes
Oct. 31, 2019
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Register at https://coinlist.co/register

Requirements for Deadline

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Have a look at the resources at https://danforbes.github.io/chainlink-hack/. Also have a look at the Documents and Resources Section for ideas.

The plan is to recreate an existing product first using the resources available. Then improve upon it.

Detail Description

Building Real-World Smart Contracts Using Off-Chain Resources

One of the major roadblocks prohibiting the rapid development of useful smart contracts is their inability to access off-chain resources. While tokenization has become a novel mechanism for representing the ownership of assets, smart contracts have far greater potential to revolutionize industries like finance (DeFi), insurance, supply chain, gaming and more if they extend their connectivity to data and systems off-chain.

Chainlink is a decentralized oracle network that gives smart contracts secure and reliable access to data providers, web APIs, enterprise systems, cloud providers, IoT devices, payment systems, other blockchains and much more. Whether its receiving off-chain data to trigger your smart contract or connecting to an external payment system to settle it, the range of possible applications Chainlink opens up is limitless.

We believe that enabling off-chain connectivity via secure oracles is the major catalyst that will spark the next wave of development centered around connected smart contracts. We’re excited to host our first virtual hackathon where participants can use our oracle protocol and access a range of data providers to create novel use cases and practical smart contract applications that drive business innovation and social progress.

What We’re Looking For

Participants are encouraged to follow the ideas they feel most passionate about. They should also keep in mind that there is an additional positive impact award for a project that best addresses a social / community issue. There will also be bounties up for grabs from data providers and sponsors.

  1. Create a State Change Using a Chainlink Oracle
    • All submissions must demonstrate how a smart contract can use Chainlink oracles to fetch data off-chain and use this said data to trigger an on-chain state change.
    • For example, you can use market data to trigger a derivatives contract, retrieve IoT sensor data to determine an insurance payout, extract gaming results via a web API to reward winners of online competitions or more. Given the massive pool of valuable data that exists off-chain, there are boundless ways to leverage it in unique and pragmatic smart contract designs, so get creative!
  2. Data Aggregation
    • Another area we’re particularly interested in is how projects aggregate off-chain data into a single input to trigger their on-chain contract.
    • Since Chainlink is a decentralized oracle network, developers are able to obtain multiple data feeds and then aggregate them together into a single data point by using a median, weighted average, removing outliers, etc.
    • We’re very curious to observe how developers take advantage of Chainlink’s decentralization to create reliable and trusted data through various aggregation strategies.
  3. Original Code and Practical Business Models
    • We are looking for projects with original source code (written during the event only) and have practical business models that can be easily applied in the real world.
    • While experimental concepts are great to push the space forward, we’re interested in smart contracts that can be implemented today and meet actual adoption. We will take into consideration areas like game theory, industry fit, and potential consumer demand when judging a project’s viability in the real world

Prizes

Over $60K worth of bounties are available for the winners.

  • Chainlink Bounties
    • 1st Place — $15,000
    • 2nd Place — $8,000
    • 3rd Place — $5,000
    • Positive Impact — $2,000
    • 6 Judge’s Choices — $1,000 each
    • All bounties paid in LINK tokens
  • Sponsor Prizes by Amberdata
    • 1st Place — 1 Year Professional API Amberdata subscription (10k value) and 100 DAI
    • 2nd Place — 1 Year Professional API Amberdata subscription (10k worth) and 50 DAI
    • 3rd Place — 6-month Professional API Amberdata subscription (5K worth)
    • All participants that include Amberdata in their project will receive a 3-month free coupon to Amberdata’s professional API.
  • Binance X Fellowship Opportunity
    • Successful Fellowship applications will receive a monthly stipend for 3 months
    • There are no restrictions on the number of Fellowships awarded. It can be zero, one or multiple depending on the quality of projects
    • Applications are judged by the Binance X team and are not guaranteed for this hackathon
    • To qualify during this hackathon, projects need to be open-source, see the Binance X fellowship link for more information: https://binancex.dev/fellowship.html

Documents and resources:

GDST Bali Trackathon

Indonesia

Bali Trackathon, 26-27 October 2019

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Non-monetary prizes
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Oct. 26, 2019
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Game Oasis Hackathon San Francisco

San Francisco, CA, USA

Gaming Oasis Hackathon is a global gaming hackathon, where gaming meet blockchain!

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5,000
in prizes
Oct. 25, 2019
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GDST Cologne Hackathon

Köln, Germany

GDST Cologne Trackathon, 21-22 October 2019

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10,000
in prizes
Oct. 21, 2019
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Kyber DeFi Virtual hackathon

Online

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$ 42,500
in prizes
Oct. 21, 2019
submission deadline
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register at https://kyber.devpost.com/

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Build the future of #DeFi with Kyber Network!

Kyber #DeFi Virtual Hackathon aims to educate developers about Kyber Network’s liquidity protocol and token swap technology, and how they can be used to create innovative payment flows and DeFi (decentralized or open finance) applications.

The online hackathon will focus heavily on novel and practical solutions for DeFi, and we hope to see greater composability between Ethereum projects such as bZx, Chainlink, Compound, Melon, Synthetix, the WBTC (Wrapped Bitcoin) community, and many others.

With over USD $42,000 worth of prizes up for grabs, we look forward to having many interesting use cases being built!

Knowledge of Blockchain, Ethereum, and Solidity is preferred, but not a must. To prepare participants for the hackathon, there will be several technical videos to explain our different technologies. For any questions, please join our Hackathon Discord Chat! If you need to convert ETH or Ethereum tokens, feel free to use KyberSwap.com

Tech Partners: bZxChainlinkCompoundMelonSynthetix

Ecosystem Builders: BitGoWBTC (Wrapped Bitcoin)CoinGeckodapp.comdefiprime#HashedIBC MediaKyberSwapLinkTime (Unitimes and EthPlanet)MetaCartelSignum Capital.

Special Kyber DeFi Crypto-collectible NFTs sponsored by Enjin.

 

How to participate in our #KyberDeFi hackathon?

  1. Register on Devpost
  2. Join our Hackathon Discord Chat
  3. Read our DeFi Hackathon Blog
  4. Read the relevant tech documentation
  5. Submit your project between: 9 Sep - 21 Oct (11.45 pm SGT/GMT+8)
  6. Judging Period: After 21 Oct

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ELIGIBILITY

  • Individuals and teams of individuals must have reached the age of majority in their jurisdiction of residence at the time of entry. 
  • Team cannot have more than 5 individuals.

NOT ELIGIBLE: Individuals who are residents of, or Organizations domiciled in, Brazil, Quebec, or any country, state, province or territory where the laws of the United States or local law prohibits participating or receiving a prize in the Hackathon (including, but not limited to Cuba, Sudan, Iran, North Korea, Syria and any other country designated by the United States Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control. 

See full rules for further restrictions.

REQUIREMENTS

1. Build or enhance a functioning decentralized app or platform that incorporates DeFi (e.g. payments, lending, margin trading, arbitrage products) using at least one of the following:

  • Kyber's Liquidity Protocol
  • Tech partner technology
  • Kyber's Liquidity Protocol and technology from one (or more) of the Tech partners

2. Indicate which bounties you're participating in (multiple bounties allowed)

3. Submit a link to your codebase to allow the Judges to demo your DApp / platform

4. Create an explainer video showcasing your DApp / platform (optional)

**Note: If your DApp integrates only technology from the tech partners but not Kyber, it will not be eligible for a Kyber prize, but it will be eligible for the tech partner's 'Best Use' prize. See the rules or prizes page tab for further details.

Kin Crypto Challenge

online

Add engaging peer-to-peer experiences to your mobile app and win big

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$81,000
in prizes
Oct. 14, 2019
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Torus 4 Everyone

online

Build your next big DApp and onboard mainstream users with Torus, all Ethereum DApps eligible!

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$10,000
in prizes
Oct. 7, 2019
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Diffusion 2019

Berlin, Germany

The dev con exploring convergence in DLT / IoT / Big Data / AI

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20,000
in prizes
Oct. 2, 2019
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Cheeze Wizards + CoinList Hackathon

online

A global hackathon to build sustainable businesses on the Cheeze Wizards smart contract

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TBA
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Sept. 15, 2019
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IDEO + CoinList Hackathon

Online

Making Blockchains Useful and Usable

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25,000+ USD
in prizes
Sept. 9, 2019
submission deadline
Method of Registration

https://coinlist.co/build/ideo

Requirements for Deadline

Immediate Next Steps

Start reading the sdks of one of the participating blockchains

Detail Description

What We’re Looking For

Teams are welcome to focus on any area that excites them — from finance to gaming, social media to marketplaces. We’re most interested in applications with the potential to greatly expand the number of people that interact with crypto and blockchain-based applications. Below are three categories we’re looking to get submissions in.

1. Things that Radically Simplify the User Experiences

How might we radically simplify the end-user experience to make it easier and/or more familiar to use crypto-networks? Can we better design for existing user behaviors and interactions? Can we reduce the number of clicks, decrease wait times, find novel “single player modes,” or design other ways to make the user experience 10x better than today, without relying on fully custodial models?

Examples might include: send crypto to a friend’s social media or email address, Eth2-style; one-click (or even automatic) creation and verification of blockchain-based proofs of authenticity; use crypto to autofill a virtual card at checkout; exchange a single crypto asset to supply liquidity to any Uniswap market.

2. Things that Bring People into Crypto

How might we onboard more people into the crypto ecosystem? Can we design new products that are 10x better in terms of performance, cost, or experience that make it a “no-brainer” to adopt crypto-native networks and services? What creative growth hacks (in the product or how it’s marketed), games, and incentives will bring the next million users into crypto?

Examples might include: cross-border micropayments for Mechanical Turk-type work that can be done on mobile devices; lend digital game items or cards secured by crypto collateral; a remittance-focused mobile interface for LocalBitcoins or similar peer-to-peer exchange services.

3. Things that Bring Crypto to People

How might we bring crypto to more people by integrating into the experiences, channels, and places they already visit, like YouTube, Twitch, Reddit, etc.? Can we seamlessly design crypto into and/or alongside existing user experiences — in ways that add value or new functionality? Can we design bridges from existing centralized services to decentralized ones?

Examples might include: an extension for viewers to tip streamers; tools for streamers to gift cryptocollectibles to fans; collectible trophies for posts that reach the top of a Subreddit; automated payments to high-follower accounts that upvote/Like/Retweet a piece of content.

Prizes

Grand prize (1)

  • $10,000
  • Invitation to become an IDEO CoLab Resident and spend 2 months at IDEO CoLab in either San Francisco or Boston
  • Invitation to attend and demo at IDEO Blueprint 2019, IDEO’s annual innovation conference in San Francisco in October 2019

Runner-up (1)

  • $5,000
  • Invitation to attend and demo at IDEO Blueprint 2019, IDEO’s annual innovation conference in San Francisco in October 2019

Protocol Winners (5)

  • $2,000
  • Specific to each protocol:
    • NEAR: Tickets to GDC 2020 or TBD web developer conference
    • Tezos: Tickets to our global Tezos conferences (next two are TQuorum in NY and Seoul)
    • Stellar: Tickets to Stellar Meridian
    • Oasis: Invitation to become an Oasis Labs Resident in San Francisco (includes platform credits and being featured in Oasis’ Genesis Block)
    • Ethereum: Tickets to Devcon 5

Timeline

  • Thursday, July 25 — Hackathon announcement
  • Monday, August 5 — Hackathon starts
  • Monday, September 9 — Adoptathon starts
  • Sunday, September 22 — Hackathon and Adoptathon ends
  • Friday, October 4 — Winners announced

Getting Started

All of the protocols involved in this hackathon have their own unique strengths. To help potential builders learn about each protocol, we have collected some resources and scheduled a series of developer-focused online workshops to share why you would want to build on them and how to get started:

Tezos

Ethereum

Oasis

NEAR

Stellar

All sessions will be both live-streamed and recorded and posted online.

BlockStack: Cant be evil (part-2)

Online

Build a Blockstack application that fits into one of the featured categories – and isn't evil

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15000USD (500 USD for early submissions)
in prizes
Aug. 28, 2019
submission deadline
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Immediate Next Steps

We've collected the best getting started resources right here. If you need anything else, please join us on Slack with the button to the right or contact community@blockstack.com, we'd love to help you!

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CAN'T BE EVIL

Join Blockstack in moving the internet forward! We're looking for developers & entrepreneurs that want to help end data breaches, predatory ad models, and the commoditization & abuse of individuals' digital identities. Enter Part 2 of the 'Can't Be Evil' contest by submitting an app that is private by default, leaves the user in full control of their data, and protects their fundamental digital rights. In other words, submit a Blockstack app and take your first steps into a growing ecosystem that is flipping the status quo on its head.

EARLY ENTRY

If you submit by August 8th at 11:45pm EST, we'll give you a $500 cash bonus. You will still be able to continue working on your app until the final August 28th deadline as well!

The $500 bonus will paid after final submission in the contest and after you're app has completed 3 months in the App Mining program.

→ Submit

CATEGORIES

You can win in up to two categories with a single entry.

Most Creative Use of Lightning: Brought to you by the Casa Founder and CEO, Jeremy Welch will be looking for the most creative use of Lightning in your dapps.

Best App Coded by Female Developer: Judged by Katherine Wu, crypto law thought leader and most recently Director of BD for Messari. She will choose the best app coded by a female or non-binary developer.

Most Delightful: Judged by Ryan Hoover, Founder of Product Hunt, this award will go to the application that provides the most delightful ‘a-ha’ moments to users.

RESOURCES (GET STARTED!)

We've collected the best getting started resources right here. If you need anything else, please join us on Slack with the button to the right or contact community@blockstack.com, we'd love to help you!

FAQ

Visit the FAQ

RULES

 

View full rules

The Graph + CoinList Hackathon

online

Indexing the new economy

🏆
TBA
in prizes
Aug. 15, 2019
registration_deadline
Method of Registration

Requirements for Deadline

Immediate Next Steps

Detail Description

Coda + Dekrypt: The SNARK Challenge

online

A global competition to speed up the SNARK prover

🏆
TBA
in prizes
July 29, 2019
registration_deadline
Method of Registration

Requirements for Deadline

Immediate Next Steps

Detail Description

EthCapeTown

Cape Town, South Africa

Building a culture of innovation in the beautiful tech hub of Cape Town, South Africa.

🏆
TBA
in prizes
April 19, 2019
On Site Participation
Method of Registration

https://airtable.com/shrUgVFHbrA4NIxIO?prefill_type=hacker

Requirements for Deadline

None. The onsite event takes place from April-19 to April-21

Immediate Next Steps

Register by going to https://ethcapetown.com/

Detail Description

EthCapeTown is part of EthGlobal

Leading minds within the blockchain space will join over 200 international hackers, developers and curious minds to collaborate on building a decentralized future using Ethereum. The occasion will be inclusive and educational, inspiring communities through the creative design of blockchain applications.

There has never been a better time to be a part of this community

Say hello at hello@ethglobal.co

Ethereal Virtual Hackathon

Online

Powered by Gitcoin & Microsoft

🏆
40k USD
in prizes
April 15, 2019
registration deadline
Method of Registration

Signup here https://gitcoin.typeform.com/to/j7CSbV

Requirements for Deadline

Immediate Next Steps

Signup and solve a few simple bounties on gitcoin

Detail Description

We’re very excited to announce The Ethereal Hackathon, a joint production between Gitcoin and Microsoft’s blockchain group, in advance of the Ethereal Summit.

The Ethereal Hackathon will be a virtual hackathon, running from April 15 — April 30th. Sign up here!

The difference between this hackathon and many others? On top of open ended prizes, there will be bounties which are associated with live, working products. You will be able to work with open source maintainers building the future of blockchain including Microsoft, ConsenSys Labs, MythX, and many others.

If you’re a hacker, entrepreneur, or interested community member who wants to build something (anything!) on Ethereum over a two week period, wait no more. Sign up here.

We’re anticipating 1,000+ hackers, and are excited to create spaces for youa ll to interact soon. If you’re interested in joining as a sponsor + posting prizes, reach out here.

The Ethereal Hackathon Details

The Ethereal Hackathon will run from April 15th — April 30th, in advance of the Ethereal Summit on May 10–11. The winners of the hackathon will be invited to join us in New York to present their winning work live in front of 600+ guests interested in building the future of the internet.

Hackathon participants will also be competing for $10,000+ in prize bounties, posted by a variety of companies, protocols, and organizations.

Microsoft, our organizing sponsor, will be posting prizes across their suite of blockchain projects. MythX — providing security analysis tools for the Ethereum ecosystem — will be posting $10,000 in bounties across their newly released products. There will be some prizes from Gitcoin as well! 🌳

We look forward to sharing more about these prizes and bounties as we get closer to the event.

Sign Up Now

Whether you’ve heard of Gitcoin or not, signing up for the hackathon is a 3 minute process. Fill out this form, create a Gitcoin profile by clicking ‘Login with Github’ in the top right, and you’ll be off to the races. We’ll keep you updated via e-mail and we anticipate $25,000 in prizes, bounties and more will await you and your teammates on April 15th.

Click here to register as a hacker, and see Gitcoin’s website for more details.

NuCypher + CoinList

Online

Building the Applications and Tools for Unconditional Privacy

🏆
25,000 USD
in prizes
April 11, 2019
submission deadline
Method of Registration

Requirements for Deadline

Immediate Next Steps

Go to the website and register

Detail Description

Hi NuCypherinos,

Welcome to the NuCypher + CoinList Build hackathon! Checkout out the welcome post and hackathon guidelines here.

Technologies

Proxy Re-encryption

  • NuCypher Network - the proxy re-encryption network itself
  • pyUmbral - Python reference implementation of Umbral, our threshold proxy re-encryption scheme
  • Presentation Slides explaining proxy re-encryption and NuCypher
  • Whitepaper - A proxy re-encryption network to empower privacy in decentralized systems
  • Umbral Specification - if you want to look at the math behind Umbral

Fully Homomorphic Encryption

  • NuFHE - a GPU-accelerated fully homomorphic encryption library
  • Sputnik - an assembly language and interpreter built using NuFHE to execute the first-ever fully homomorphic smart contract

Community Links

  • Website
  • Discord - our main development channel; feel free to jump in with technical questions for our team

Buidling

Documentation

Check out our development guide to start buidling with NuCypher.

Connecting to a Fleet

Running a Local Network

Simulate the NuCypher network locally by running a local development fleet.

Connecting to the DevNet

Alternatively, instead of running a local nucypher development fleet of Ursulas, you can connect your node to our dedicated hackathon devnet.

See the network status here: http://13.59.39.174:12500/

(nucypher) $ nucypher ursula init --federated-only
...
(nucypher) $ nucypher ursula run --network devnet --teacher-uri 18.222.119.242:9151

For more detailed information see our official documentation

Sample Demos

Sample demo applications are available:

HAPPY HACKING!

EDCON Hackathon

Sydney, NSW, Australia

EDCON 2019 (Community Ethereum Development Conference) is a non-profit global conference which will happen in Sydney, Australia on 8-14 April 2019. There will be an onsite hackathon as well.

🏆
10,000
in prizes
April 8, 2019
On Site Participation
Method of Registration

Register by going to https://www.edcon.io/

Requirements for Deadline

Immediate Next Steps

Register by going to https://www.edcon.io/

Detail Description

EDCON 2019 (Community Ethereum Development Conference) is a non-profit global conference which will happen in Sydney, Australia on 8-14 April 2019. The purpose of the conference is to improve communication among various Ethereum communities and to promote Ethereum ecosystem development on a global scale. EDCON is organized as a conference series, once a year in different countries. The previous EDCONs were held successfully in ESCP Europe, Paris 2017, and Ryerson University, Toronto 2018 (both were organized by LinkTime, one of the Chinese Ethereum community representatives). The Ethereum Foundation and various Ethereum communities have been strongly supportive to this high-quality community conference.

Great changes will take place in EDCON 2019. This time, we will bring a greater event with more opportunities for attendees to communicate with celebrities in this field and be involved in more interesting activities. You will see a total EDCON week which includes:

(1) EDCON Hackathon: a two-day event with non-stop creative storming for participants.

(2) EDCON Conference: a three-day conference including main conference, subconference, workshops, etc. Core Ethereum development teams will be invited to talk about the latest updates on Ethereum research and technology, and other pioneers in the field will share their thoughts on the current trends, projects and applications, as well as community building and development status.

(3) EDCON "Having Fun" day: a one-day outdoor activity. While this will no doubt be a great opportunity for network building between the community members, we would also like to provide the atmosphere in a more informal setting for everyone to relax after a week of hacking and sessions.

We sincerely welcome and invite friends from Ethereum communities worldwide to participate in this event. We welcome anyone to register to speak, and the topics collected will be reviewed by our consultant team to make sure that we are creating a top-quality event and can be as inclusive and fair as possible.

EthParis

Paris, France

ETHParis is an Ethereum hackathon proudly hosted by ETHGlobal

🏆
TBA
in prizes
March 8, 2019
On Site Participation
Method of Registration

Register by going to the site, https://ethparis.com/

Requirements for Deadline

Registration before hand and physical presence..:)

Immediate Next Steps

Register by going to https://ethparis.com/

Detail Description

ETHParis brings together over 500 curious minds, industry experts and companies pushing the way forward in crypto space to collaborate together on decentralized applications using Ethereum. With an exponential increase in adoption, developer interest, and other teams building on top of Ethereum, there has never been a better time to be a part of the community, building Web3.

 

LOCATION:

Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers

 

292 Rue Saint-Martin
75003 Paris
France

THE DELOITTE GARAGE ONLINE CHALLENGES

Online

A 2-month online challenge inviting developers, data scientists, marketers, designers, startups and idea generators to team up from December 10, 2018, to February 16, 2019, to develop new smart solutions for The Future of Mobility or Energy

🏆
14,000 EUR
in prizes
Feb. 16, 2019
submission deadline
Method of Registration

Register by going to https://deloittegarage.bemyapp.com/

Requirements for Deadline

Solve Challenges in either the Future of Mobility or the Future of Energy.

Immediate Next Steps

Register online by going to https://deloittegarage.bemyapp.com/

Detail Description

A 2-month online challenge inviting developers, data scientists, marketers, designers, startups and idea generators to team up from December 10, 2018, to February 16, 2019, to develop new smart solutions for The Future of Mobility or Energy.

 

Each challenge has a prize pool worth 7,500.

The winning team from each industry challenge will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to present their prototype at the grand opening of Deloitte’s new Innovative Center, The Garage, in Amsterdam!

Eth denver

Denver, Colorado USA

#buildathon+workshops+ community gathering

🏆
TBA
in prizes
Feb. 15, 2019
On Site Participation
Method of Registration

Just apply by going to this link https://ethdenver.taigamarket.io/apply

Requirements for Deadline

Registration before hand.
The event takes place on Feb/15- Feb/17..

Immediate Next Steps

Register by going to the link https://ethdenver.taigamarket.io/apply

Detail Description

Our Values and Ethos are best depicted by a magical, fantastical creature that lives in herds atop the 14ers of Colorado. This wonderful beast is called the #Bufficorn.

#Bufficorns, moreso than their cousin Unicorns, are very community oriented. They collaborate in almost everything they do. They call to one another with an odd sound, “BUIDL!”

Be a Bufficorn and #Buidl with us!

Serial Online Hackathon

Online

THE AIM OF THE SERIAL HACKING IS TO HELP PROGRAMMERS GET TOGETHER AND WORK ON INNOVATIVE PROJECTS IN BLOCKCHAIN FIELD

🏆
1.000.000 ₽
in prizes
Jan. 13, 2019
Solution Submission
Method of Registration

Register by going to http://serialhackaton.com/eng.

Requirements for Deadline

Solve one problem from a list of given problems

Immediate Next Steps

Register by going to http://serialhackaton.com/eng.

Detail Description

SERIAL HACKATHON IS:

  1. an opportunity to receive potential investments for the development of your own project.
  2. an opportunity to get a job in one of the world's leading IT companies.
  3. the same meeting point for a huge number of investors, sponsors, experts, leaders and co-thinkers!
  4. a paid tour to Asia for the best teams and hackathons' participants.
  5. a ticket to the international club of Blockchain developers

CHALLENGES

Do you have the answer? Check out the challenges and formulate your solutions.

1
Simulator for running smart contract on a network and showing potential new states of the network resultant.
Would benefit from IDE integration (VSCode & Atom and Jetbrains).
2
Resource analyser/predictor, given smart contract—as LLVM IR—predict compute resource usage (Ethereum analogy: gas usage)
"Can do a static analysis approach, or a simulator (0.). All three would benefit from IDE integration (VSCode & Atom and Jetbrains)."
3
Translate LLVM IR back up to the higher level language, highlight parts of the source code which have nontermination risk (Halting problem).
All three would benefit from IDE integration (VSCode & Atom and Jetbrains).
4
Create a way to interact with NuCypher network either trough an extension (in browser), or as a library (in node.js and golang).
"* Browser extension (Chrome or Firefox), creating a nucypher object for Javascript * Node.js <> Python API * Golang <> Python API For that, you can create an RPC to interact with NuCypher code, or you can use any other methods which you consider convenient (API over sockets or native messaging). Try to create an interface similar to characters we have (e.g. Alice and Bob from from nucypher.characters.lawful, and DataSource from from nucypher.data_sources). You can make them in nucypher namespace (e.g. nucypher.Alice etc). In browsers, Javascript can interact with this nucypher namespace similarly to interacting with web3 object. You can implement same methods as we have for these objects in Python (an example can be seen here: https://github.com/nucypher/nucypher/blob/federated/examples/finnegans_wake_demo/finnegans-wake-verbose-demo.py). "
5
Blind identity management
You may find helpful chapter 6.1 in the thesis written by David Nunez https://riuma.uma.es/xmlui/handle/10630/13221
6
Decentralized digital rights management (DDRM).
"E.g. any project selling data online autonomously, pay-to-stream etc. Cryptographic access control can act as a decentralized DRM. Access controls can be embedded into the encryption itself so that they follow the data wherever it goes. Conditional re-encryption tokens can be controlled by a smart contract and released only upon payment. Services like a decentralized Netflix or an encrypted marketplace selling software, apps, photos, and other digital content can now be built using NuCypher KMS."
7
Handling secrets for containers running in VPS
"Secrets are only saved in containers in encrypted form, decrypted when you use only, with access through NuCypher. NuCypher is ideal for the storage of any secrets, such as sensitive environment variables, database credentials, and API keys. For scripts, a re-encryption token can be generated for the duration of a script, then revoked. For example, developers can safely store encrypted database credentials on GitHub, giving temporary access to these credentials once an instance is deployed. Even if the GitHub repository is public, the credentials cannot be used by an unauthorized person."
8
Shared credentials and enterprise password management (decentralized lastpass)
NuCypher KMS can manage shared credentials that employees use to access web services. An audit log can be built to monitor who accesses what secrets. When an employee leaves, it is easy to revoke access or even roll keys

 

Mobi Grand Challenge

Online

The MOBI Grand Challenge (MGC), sponsored by MOBI, the Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative, and TIoTA, the Trusted IoT Alliance, is loosely modeled on the DARPA grand challenge for autonomous driving...

🏆
350,000 USD
in prizes
Jan. 10, 2019
hackathon ends
Method of Registration

Go to https://mobihacks.devpost.com/, and register on the website by clicking the Register button on the right.

Requirements for Deadline

A code repository for functioning blockchain software.
A demo video of your working app, with an explanation of how it works.
Submit the code & video through a DevPost submission.

Immediate Next Steps

1. Go register on the devpost link
2. Look for teammates but you can participate alone as well
2. Read on existing research in the mobility domain to see if you find some inspiration.
3. Finalize on one piece of puzzle that you want to focus on.
4. Read on the IOT blockchains available and the existing projects that they have done e.g. IOTA, cardano, IBM hyperledger.
5. Make sure you finalize the research before dec 10th so that you have enough time to implement something.
6. Create a presentation or a video of a working prototype.
7. You will need a embedded devices to test your project on. Ideally 3 or more to represent an ideal distributed channel.

Detail Description

The MOBI Grand Challenge (MGC), sponsored by MOBI, the Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative, and TIoTA, the Trusted IoT Alliance, is loosely modeled on the DARPA grand challenge for autonomous driving which captured the public imagination and launched the autonomous driving revolution. The MGC will run in bi-annual stages over three years.

The first stage of the MGC will run from October 12th, 2018 to January 10th, 2019 beginning with a launch in New Mexico and culminating in finalist presentations and a public demonstration of selected technologies at an event hosted by the BMW Group, MOBI community member, in Munich Germany on February 15th, 2019.

The goal of the first stage is to demonstrate the pieces of the BC/DLT Mobility puzzle that can be addressed today. Entries in this first stage could include, but are not limited to: exchanging data and payments with other vehicles and infrastructure; operating in a tokenized environment by registering assets and payments on a public or permissioned ledger; negotiating rights of way, access, and use of infrastructure in a cooperative and distributed ecosystem; adjusting behavior to maximize efficiency from providing services, buying fuel, managing pollution, congestion and carbon footprint, etc.

Future stages of the challenge will draw on the demonstrations of this first stage to set goals, narrow the selection criteria, and address gaps.

The ultimate goal of the challenge is to create the first viable, decentralized, ad-hoc network of blockchain/dlt connected vehicles and infrastructure that can reliably share data, coordinate behavior, and thereby improve urban mobility. 

ELIGIBILTY

  1. Companies, Universities, NGOs, Startups, or any Independent Developers.
  2. Anybody who wishes to create a solution that solves issues in urban mobility.
  3. Any Member or Non-Members of MOBI.

REQUIREMENTS

  1. A code repository for functioning blockchain software.
  2. A demo video of your working app, with an explanation of how it works.
  3. Submit the code & video through a DevPost submission.

HOW TO ENTER

  1. Register for the hackathon on Devpost.
  2. Create a team or find teammates. Join our dedicated Slack channel to help with team formation and receive updates.
  3. Build functioning blockchain software using the developer tools and platforms of your choice. Ideally, choose a category or problem you want to solve.
  4. Create a demo video of you working app, with an explanation of how it works
  5. Submit your application on Devpost

0x + Coinlist Hackathon

Online

Join us in learning about the decentralized tech stack, collaborating with other builders, and creating usable products that will drive crypto into the mainstream.

🏆
$30,000(total) + $100 (just for participating)
in prizes
Jan. 10, 2019
registration deadline
Method of Registration

Register by going to the link, https://coinlist.co/build/0x

Requirements for Deadline

This is just the registration deadline. The hackathon will run from Jan 1st to Feb 7th.

Immediate Next Steps

Register as soon as possible by going to https://coinlist.co/build/0x.
Join the discord channel to find teammates, https://discordapp.com/invite/DuuRMEH
Read the 0x developer docs, https://0x.org/docs
Read the possible ideas that one can build with 0x, https://blog.0xproject.com/22-ideas-to-explore-with-0x-4d551c10dd4e
Create one dummy idea before the competition starts.

Detail Description

The online hackathon will run from January 10th through February 7th, 2019

PURPOSE:
We’re looking forward to sponsoring this hackathon with CoinList to see participants address the UI/UX issues associated with creating products that utilize decentralized protocols like 0x. If you need some inspiration, check out this list of 22 project ideas. We would also love to see participants continue developing their projects after the hackathon has concluded, as we are always looking to fund promising teams through ourEcosystem Acceleration Program.

CATEGORIES

Participants will need to submit projects into one of three categories:

  1. Compliance: Integrate technologies and processes to ensure products are regulatorily compliant
  2. Decentralized Finance: Build decentralized financial markets by focusing on user experience improvements
  3. NFTs: Create entirely new gaming experiences and digital art marketplaces by using the ERC-721 standard

 

REQUIREMENT

The only other submission requirement will be for teams to incorporate 0x into their project. In the Decentralized Finance category specifically, we encourage teams to use 0x plus one other crypto protocol from the DeFi stack.


PRIZES:

Each participant that submits a project will receive $100 in ZRX tokens. A panel of judges will pick 3 finalists from each category who will be awarded $2,500 in ZRX. The 1st prize and 2nd prize winners will win $10,000 and $5,000 in ZRX respectively. There will also be a Community Choice prize for the project that receives the most upvotes through the CoinList Build platform. The Community Choice winner will receive $7,500 in ZRX.

#CryptoLife Hackathon by Status

Prague, Czech Republic

What would you need to live completely on cryptocurrencies? Join us to find out as we build the future of our decentralized web together!

🏆
TBA
in prizes
Oct. 26, 2018
attendance
Method of Registration

Go to https://hackathon.status.im/, and fill out the form at the end...

Requirements for Deadline

Register before the deadline to avoid any issues.

Immediate Next Steps

Read about the previous hackathon winners and the apps that they created. (https://blog.status.im/announcing-winners-of-the-status-global-hackathon-a44fb54e98f7)
Read the status white paper.
Understand the hackathon theme
Come up with ideas for the hackathon.

Detail Description

LET'S DECENTRALIZED THE WEB TOGETHER

To celebrate the launch of our beta on the Ethereum main network, and in preparation for DevCon4, we invite you to Prague to help build a better, more equitable internet where we can live completely on crypto.

We're deadly serious about putting the power of these networks into people’s hands without compromising on the core principles that inform Ethereum.

We think we can achieve this by playing with our peers in a way that allows everyone to #buidl together products that will allow for more frictionless communication and transaction without any central control.

#CryptoLife is our latest contribution to a better web by gathering all the best minds in Ethereum right before our annual conference and creating the space they require to build paradigm-changing stuff together.

 

 

SCHEDULE

Kickoff

October 26th 9:00am CEST

3:00am New York, 8:00am London, 12:00pm St. Petersburg, 3:00pm Shanghai
Livestream for those who can't make it to Prague.

Hackers Halt!

October 28th 1:00pm CEST
 
7:00am New York, 12:00pm London, 4:00pm St. Petersburg, 7:00pm Shanghai
All projects must be submitted by this time as open source pull requests on GitHub.

Winners Announcement

October 28th 4:00pm CEST
 
10:00am New York, 3:00pm London, 7:00pm St. Petersburg, 10:00pm Shanghai
You can see some previous winners announced in a blog post with judges' comments.

ETH San Francisco

San Francisco, USA

World's largest Ethereum hackathon

🏆
TBA
in prizes
Oct. 5, 2018
attendance
Method of Registration

Apply at the following link
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdjcLp0vj4nYIIUw-syS9KWMdeCAfcee8IWd3PeKKOTAQKJhg/viewform

They will review the application within a week and let you know the results shortly thereafter.

Requirements for Deadline

None

Immediate Next Steps

Apply or become a sponsor :)

Detail Description

BUILD THE DECENTRALIZED FUTURE

This hackathon is an opportunity to work alongside the developers, industry experts, advisers, and companies who are making the infrastructure and applications that will power the new decentralized web.

OUR PARTNERS

1. Etherum

2. ETHGlobal

 

CONTACT US

For any questions or inquiries, please reach us at sponsor@ethglobal.co 
Also, follow us at @ethsanfrancisco on Twitter!

 

Pikciochain Hubble Hackathon

Online

Join our development community, develop on our platform and be in with the chance of winning some fantastic prizes!

🏆
90000 PKC
in prizes
Sept. 25, 2018
Submission deadline
Method of Registration

First you need to join the Hubble discord community here: https://discord.gg/EQSm579

Then you can register for the Hubble Hackathon Challenge here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScLqxeBwMG78g0jGT4iq6Db2NblJCzUXLnkKIJXLh0BCzLwog/viewform?usp=sf_link

Requirements for Deadline

Immediate Next Steps

Join the Hubble discord community at the following link https://discord.gg/EQSm579 where you can ask questions about our upcoming hackathon.

Detail Description

Pikciochain is proud to announce the creation of Hubble, our developer community. Our goal is to build a community of developers who will create new use cases and support development of the Pikciochain platform.

 

During September we will be hosting the Pikciochain Hubble Hackathon for our development community (6th to the 25th September 2018).

 

The Hackathon is an open challenge where any creative or inventive idea is welcome. You can develop libraries, dApps, utilities (e.g a block explorer) or anything you think might be of benefit to Pikciochain. We want you to have fun with Testnet as well as adding value to our chain.

 

The team will review all the entries, the developers with the most innovative and substantial entries will be granted access to the core Hubble channel and receive a prize in PKC.

Kieve Blockchain Hackathon

Kiev, Ukraine

DApp DEV Blockchain Workshops & Hackathon

🏆
3 ETH + airdrops
in prizes
Sept. 15, 2018
attendance
Method of Registration

Buy tickets at https://2event.com/tickets/createFew?ev_id=1462060

Requirements for Deadline

Immediate Next Steps

Register for the event
Find friends to go to the event with.
Come up with an idea before the event
brush up some ethereum skills

Detail Description

Join us from 15th – 16th September 2018 and be part of a vibrant DApp DEV Blockchain Workshops & Hackathon where developers, designers and professionals will get an opportunity to build products based on blockchain protocols.

We are looking forward to turning data into knowledge, buzz into reality, technological advances in the blockchain industry into economic and social wealth!

 

5 Key things you need to know:

- 3 ETH award for the winning team.
- Crypto token Airdrops.
- 10+ workshops about crypto economics and blockchain technology.
- 15+ mentors, who are proficient experts in the blockchain.
- 36+ hours of coding, networking & hiring.

 

What’s it all about:

Featuring hours of workshops, and mentoring by the key blockchain proficiency experts and industry thought leaders, the DApp DEV Blockchain Workshops & Hackathon is an event designed around collaboration, innovation, networking and hiring.

 

Who can participate?

- Developers
- Engineers
- Makers (hardware, IoT)
- Idea generators
- Marketers/PR
- Designers
- Blockchain enthusiasts
- Crypto economists
- Students

 

The working language of the DApp DEV Blockchain Workshops & Hackathon would be English.


Register your team of up to 5 people or come solo and get a chance to win 3 ETH or Crypto token Airdrops from partners!


Partners: ConsenSys, Ethereum Community Fund, Ambrosus, more coming soon.

Technology Partners: Ethereum Foundation & The Zcash Foundation & Web3 Foundation
_______
Supported by 15+ mentors and facilitated by the DApp DEV team which organized the DApp DEV Ethereum Conference by developers for developers.
 
 
ORGANIZERS CONTACT:

ETH Berlin hackathon

Berlin, Germany

Part of the ETHGlobal community

🏆
TBA
in prizes
Sept. 7, 2018
attendance
Method of Registration

Requirements for Deadline

Immediate Next Steps

Head over to https://ethberlin.com/hacker-application/, to register for the hackathon, the registration deadline is August 7th. But do apply

If you need a visa for the hackathon, do mention that in the form...

Detail Description

What to expect in terms of ETHBerlin structure and organization?

The event will be held at Factory Berlin, which has not one, but TWO venues.

One is in the central district of Berlin, Mitte. The other brand new Factory venue is bang in the middle of the city’s startup scene, Gorlitzer Park.

Factory is one of the city’s biggest innovation hubs and these guys have been involved with the blockchain community here for a long time, so it’s only fitting the hackathon is held here.

On Day 1 we will have a launch event/mini-conf to kick everything off at Factory’s Mitte location, followed by a cocktail reception, cos we got to get those inspirational juices flowing.

We will also have a HACKER ONLY session at Factory’s other venue in Berlin’s infamous Gorlitzer Park, aimed to bring the hackers up to speed, set testnets and prepare their skillsets.

Day 2 will be the Hackathon + workshops (Görlitzer)

Day 3 will see the end of the hackathon, followed by presentations to the judges and then the announcement of the winners.

AND in true Berlin style, we will end with a blowout so everyone can let rip after an intense couple of days glued to their laptops.

 

How can I get a ticket to the talks/hackathon?

ETHBerlin is committed to inclusion, diversity, education, and above all, to the Ethereum Community improvement. We will not sell any tickets for this event. Some tickets will be available for free for things such as Day 1: conferences, or the Day 2 workshops. We will release separate applications in due time. Volunteers, Speakers, Sponsors, and Hackers will have access to all events (although they will need to sign up for some due to capacity restrictions)

 

 

 

WyoHackathon

University of Wyoming, USA

Breakin’ Through @ University of Wyoming

🏆
$45,300
in prizes
Sept. 7, 2018
submission deadline
Method of Registration

Register for the event at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wyohackathon-2018-registration-46697116332

Once you have registered for the event via Eventbrite, YOU MUST go to https://wyominghackathon.devpost.com to register your team and submit your project for the competition.

Registration deadline is September 5th, 2018

Requirements for Deadline

All work done on the project must be done at the hackathon within the time given.

Immediate Next Steps

Complete the registration and form a team.

Start thinking about ideas

Detail Description

The State of Wyoming enacted five trail-blazing blockchain bills during its 2018 legislative session that garnered international attention. The WyoHackathon 2018 provides an opportunity for the global blockchain community and the State of Wyoming to converge, thank each other, collaborate, and keep Breakin' Through.

Wyoming has a rich history of Breakin' Through! Wyoming has a long record of being first: The first woman to vote in the US, the first female governor, the first national park, and the first LLC law. And it blazed a trail in blockchain, becoming the first elected body to recognize utility tokens as a new form of property that is neither securities nor money under Wyoming law. Wyoming offers blockchain businesses its most favorable tax, business entity, and privacy protections.

Join 300-400 developers from all over the world in this hackathon. With the help of our sponsors, we will be able to offer an engaging workspace, workshops, and prizes as well as food, drinks, and giveaways.

Qtum hackathon 2018

Online

Global Virtual Hackathon

🏆
500,000 USD
in prizes
Sept. 2, 2018
submission deadline
Method of Registration

Register online asap by going to this link, https://hackathon.qtum.org/en#about

Requirements for Deadline

Hackers at the Qtum Devcon Hackathon will be challenged to use Qtum’s payment, smart contract, to create an impactful DAPP that’s needed in today’s decentralized world, and/or infrastructure development tools for QTUM blockchain.

Create a DAPP before 2nd of Septembter

Immediate Next Steps

Register on the website,
Start reading about QTUM: white paper, and smart contracts built on top of it.
Find a problem to solve
Hangout on the slack channels (http://invite.qtum.org/) , and other communities.

Detail Description

What is the Qtum Hackathon?

Where creativity and amazing ideas come to life.

Join developers from around the world for Qtum Devcon: A global, virtual hackathon!

At Qtum Devcon, top minds from around the world are invited to create the next wave of decentralized and open source applications. Together, we can change the face of digital content, entertainment, identification, and more through the blockchain economy.

Engage with Qtum and blockchain experts, experience new features as they’re released, and enter the hackathon at any point before the final deadline for a chance to win Qtum tokens equaliting $500,000 USD! Including travel to Devcon 2018 in San Francisco and virtual incubation to help your Dapp grow!

 

 

PRIZES

Success at Qtum Devcon 2018 is recognized and rewarded! More than $500,000 in prizes are up for grabs including: Cash, travel, and milestone prizes.

$150,000
One Winning Team
Grand: Cash Prize: $150,000 USD Equivalent Qtum Tokens to be split amongst the winning team, plus a travel stipend for travel and lodging to the QTUM 2018 Offline Hackathon in San Francisco
 
$75,000
Two Winning Teams
2nd: Cash Prize: $75,000 USD Equivalent Qtum Tokens to be split amongst the winning team, plus a travel stipend for travel and lodging to the QTUM 2018 Offline Hackathon in San Francisco
 
$30,000
Three Winning Teams
3rd: Cash Prize: $30,000 USD Equivalent Qtum Tokens to be split amongst the winning team, plus a travel stipend for travel and lodging to the QTUM 2018 Offline Hackathon in San Francisco
 
$10,000
Four Winning Teams
4th: Cash Prize: $10,000 USD Equivalent Qtum Tokens to be split amongst the winning team, plus a travel stipend for travel and lodging to the QTUM 2018 Offline Hackathon in San Francisco

MILESTONE PRIZES

Over $50,000 in Community Prizes!

  • Top Regional Business Plan
    $5,000

    Awarded to one team in each of six global regions (North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia Pacific, and South Asia). Submissions for regional business plans will open on August 29th and will be judged by an internal Qtum judging panel

  • Top Community of the Week
    $2,500

    Equivalent Qtum tokens to be split amongst the winning community During each of the six weeks of the Qtum Hackathon, one community will be selected as the top community of the week. This will be based on the highest number of referral registrations communities submit. Communities can only win once per group during the duration of the hackathon

  • Top Update of the Week
    $1,000

    During each of the six weeks of the Qtum Hackathon, one team will be selected to receive top update of the week. This will be based on the report given by an individual team member at the end of the week and will be judged by an internal Qtum judging panel. Teams can only win this prize once during the duration of the hackathon

  • Social Star of the Week
    $500

    During each of the 6 weeks of the Qtum Hackathon, one team will be selected to receive social star of the week. This will be based on the amount and quality of social posts the teams create using the event hashtag. Teams can only win this prize once during the duration of the hackathon and spam entries will not be counted.

CHALLENGE

Hackers at the Qtum Devcon Hackathon will be challenged to use Qtum’s payment, smart contract, to create an impactful DAPP that’s needed in today’s decentralized world, and/or infrastructure development tools for QTUM blockchain. The sky’s the limit!

 

JUDGING CRITERIA

 

Each submission will be scored in each round based on the following criteria with a minimum score of 0 and maximum score of 25 points, with the final score being the average of the judges’ scores

Simplicity - 5 points

Is the application simple to use and can the team explain it clearly in three sentences or less?

 
Creativity - 5 points

How creative was the team in developing an innovative solution for the challenge?

 
Impact - 5 points

Did the team create an application that can have a real and valuable impact?

Design - 5 points

Was the UX/UI intuitive and appealing?

 
Qtum Usage - 5 points

Was the technology applied in an innovative and functional manner?

Judging Platform Younoodle

We utilize https://www.younoodle.com/ as a hackathon event facilitation platform.

 

 

 

Loom Blockchain Hackathon South Korea

Seoul, South Korea

Looms hackathon Caravan

🏆
TBA
in prizes
Aug. 26, 2018
registration deadline
Method of Registration

If you are an experienced Unity and/or Javascript game developer and would like to apply, please email a link to your Github to "social@moss.land" with the subject “Seoul Hackathon” — Deadline to apply is August 26, 2018.

Requirements for Deadline

Register by emailing your Github account link to social@moss.land

Immediate Next Steps

Register for the event.
Learn/refine your game development skills.
Build a game before the event on unity, phasorjs
Read Looms SDK documentation

Detail Description

We are pleased to invite you to attend another epic hackathon, this time in beautiful Seoul, South Korea, from September 7–9, co-hosted by our friends at Mossland. If you are an experienced Unity and/or Javascript game developer and would like to apply, please email a link to your Github to social@moss.landwith the subject “Seoul Hackathon” — Deadline to apply is August 26, 2018.

Very recently, Mossland — the creators of a blockchain-based augmented reality (AR) game where users buy and sell virtual real estate — announced that they’re building several of their mini-services on top of the Loom SDK.

So, if you decide to attend this hackathon, remember that you are in GREAT hands 😉

 

Prerequisites for attendance:

  • Experience with game development (Unity, Cocos, JavaScript, etc.) — is a MUST.
  • Interest in building apps on Ethereum (technical knowledge not required — the Loom Network team will be at the event to help you through building your first DApp)
  • Laptop (macOS/Linux/Windows 10)
  • Energy, enthusiasm, and creativity 😎

Not to brag, but every game developer who has played around with the Loom SDK in past hackathons has raved about its ease-of-use.

So, you’ll be WELL ARMED to code up some incredible projects like this 😉

At the start of the hackathon, you will be given a copy of the Loom SDK.

…and after you are fully set up, you can begin using our game SDKs for Unity, Cocos, Phaser.js, Truffle / Web3, or JavaScript to build a DAppChain game.

The Loom SDK also comes with built-in example DApps you can simply download and run with minimal setup time.

For example…

A Unity-based side-scrolling adventure game, a social network, and browser-based games using Phaser and WebSockets are some of those example DApps that can be run out of the box.

Think of those as the “Hello World” equivalent of what’s possible with our SDK.

At the end of the event, you’ll be judged by a panel from both Loom Networkand Mossland.

Other than serious bragging rights — the finalists will win exciting prizes as well as an opportunity to be hired by Loom Network (full-time or part-time) OR Mossland to build groundbreaking scaling technology for Ethereum.

Not only that, you’ll also get Moss Coins (MOC) and meals at this hackathon.

 

 

 

Loom Hackathon OSLO

Oslo, Norway

Europe’s First Blockchain Game Hackathon (with Loom’s Unity SDK) is Coming to Oslo, Norway: from August 24–26!

🏆
TBA
in prizes
Aug. 24, 2018
attendance
Method of Registration

Please send a portfolio to mail@blockchangers.com with the subject “Oslo Hackathon”.

The due date for the applications is August 5th. You can still apply past the due date, but there won’t be any guaranteed spots left.

Requirements for Deadline

PEOPLE THAT CAN PARTICIPATE:
Experienced app developers only. Either with Unity or browser game in JS

Interest in building apps on Blockchain or Ethereum (technical knowledge not required — members from both Loom network and Blockchangers will be available to help you through building your first DApp)

Mac,OS or Linux laptop

Immediate Next Steps

Register asap by sending your portfolio to mail@blockchangers.com with the subject “Oslo Hackathon”.

The due date for the applications is August 5th. You can still apply past the due date, but there won’t be any guaranteed spots left.

Detail Description

We have partnered up with our friends at Blockchangers (which is a blockchain consultancy and development shop in Oslo) to run another iteration of our world famous hackathon using Loom’s SDK.

The DEADLINE for the applications is August 5th. You can still apply past the deadline — but spots cannot be guaranteed.

Since we are interested in continuously shipping product and staying close to developers who are using our SDK — running grassroots-level hackathons like these are beneficial to everyone.

 

How to Apply (+Event Details)

If you are interested in attending the hackathon, please follow the directions on this official facebook event.

In this event, you will be given an open-source game that’s already integrated with the Loom SDK (called The Adventures of Etherboy in Blockchain World) along with the SDK itself.

At the end of the event, you’ll be judged by a panel from both Loom Network and our friends at Blockchangers — and the finalists will win exciting prizes as well as an opportunity to be hired by Loom Network or Blockchangers (full-time or part-time).

 

Prerequisites for attendance

  • Experience with Unity development (this is a MUST)
  • Interest in building apps on Ethereum (technical knowledge not required — the Loom Network team will be at the event to help you through building your first DApp)
  • Laptop (macOS/Linux/Windows 10)
  • Energy, Enthusiasm, and Creativity

 

About Loom network

Loom Network is a platform for building highly scalable DPoS sidechains to Ethereum, with a focus on large-scale games and social apps.

Want more info? Start here.

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Mobius Global Hackathon

Online

Create a Dapp on the mobius platform and submit it to mobius app store

🏆
800,000 MOBI
in prizes
Aug. 18, 2018
submission deadline
Method of Registration

Announce your project on the Mobius Reddit and Mobius Public Slack and submit it to the DApp Store by August 18, 2018 12:00am PST.

You will then receive feedback from the Mobius team and community that you can use to improve your submission until judging begins on September 8th, 2018 12:00am PST.

Requirements for Deadline

Build a dapp and submit it on the mobius dapp store

Immediate Next Steps

Go read about mobius project.
Register for building an app.
Have a look at mobius sdks, existing example dapps.
See if they have support in your favourite coding language

Detail Description

HACKATHON CATEGORIES

A winner be selected in each of the following categories:

  • 💰 Finance — e.g. remittances, payments, wallets, etc.
  • 🎮 Games
  • ❓ Other — everything else (i.e. decentralized version of Reddit where users can be tipped with MOBI, etc — go where your imagination takes you!)

PRIZE DISTRIBUTION

Each category winner will receive 200,000 MOBI!

There will also be a Community Prize of 200,000 MOBI awarded to the entry that receives the most votes through a beta test of the Universal Governance Protocol Voting Method as outlined in our recent roadmap update (details soon).

Note: A category winning project cannot also win the Community Prize. A previous Mobius hackathon or build challenge winning project cannot win the Global Hackathon. Finally, all submissions must be net new DApps to the DApp store — they cannot already be on the DApp store and they cannot be replicates or alternate versions of DApps already on the DApp store.

JUDGING + VOTING

Judges will award category prizes based on merit and we will announce the 🏆 winners by October 1st.

A Community Prize will also be rewarded through a community MOBI vote. All token holders with more than 5,000 MOBI will be able to vote once for the winner of the Community Prize. The vote will be conducted using our Universal Governance Protocol voting method (details soon).

We will also be rewarding users that give great feedback to project participants on the Mobius Reddit and Github.

QUESTIONS

Email us at developers@mobius.network. Or ping us on Slack. We’re often lurking. 😺

The Social Coding "Blockternship"

Online

Aragon, Swarm City and Chain Shot and Giveth are forming an alliance to kick start aspiring developers through a 2 month distributed hackathon...

🏆
20 ETH
in prizes
Aug. 7, 2018
registration deadline
Method of Registration

Submit an issue in the Projects Repo (https://github.com/Blockternship/projects)

Requirements for Deadline

Project proposals or finding a project that you can contribute to.

Immediate Next Steps

Read and understand about giveth, swarm city and aragon.
Then head over to ChainShot (https://www.chainshot.com/) for all the tools you’ll need to build you’re own DApp.

If you dont know what to build, read about the existing and open projects on http://socialcoding.tk/ to get an idea of what to build

Best place to get started, asking questions, looking for team members, etc:
Riot Social Coding channel. (https://riot.im/app/#/room/#giveth-social-coding:matrix.org)
Join Blockternship team on Keybase. (https://keybase.io/)

Detail Description

The Social Coding “Blockternship”

A distributed social hackathon….so what’s that mean 🤔

Well, when you have an open source project it’s in your best interest to allow people from all over the world to contribute, afterall that’s the meaning of open source, right?

So our idea was to host a hackathon, where anyone could contribute, collaborate and create projects directly into one organization and we would fund bounties and provide review code in real time.

Our goal with this invitingly open source initiative is to inspire and educate incoming developers!

The Run Down

Aragon, Swarm City and Chain Shot and Giveth are forming an alliance to kick start aspiring developers through a 2 month distributed hackathon, our intention is to open up our communities by providing resources, education and bounties to anyone who wants to start building on the Ethereum Blockchain.

Does My Project Apply?

We are pretty open minded when it comes to submissions, but there are a few requirements you’ll need to be considered.

Must Haves

  • Be open source.
  • Be built on the Ethereum Blockchain.
  • Must not have external funding for development.
  • Deploy a working MVP to the GitHub Organization

If you don’t know what to make or don’t have an idea where to start, head over to http://socialcoding.tk/ to check out projects that are currently under developement or have come to fruition through the Social Coding Circle.

Here to Help

Whether you are new to blockchain development or a seasoned vet we want to provide support and learning during the process, so we have designated contact points inside each project for you to reach out to with your questions.

How to get started:

  • Submit an issue in the Projects Repo
  • Then head over to ChainShot for all the tools you’ll need to build you’re own DApp.

Best place to get started, asking questions, looking for team members, ect:

  • Riot Social Coding channel.
  • Join Blockternship team on Keybase.
  • Connect directly with the members of the project you want to work on through the information below.
Team: Giveth Members Contact Relevancy
<img src=”https://d33wubrfki0l68.cloudfront.net/57fbd091e951dadc2e3aa064df2b75369c719eff/8bd1e/assets/giveth-dac-dark.png” width=150 align=”left” /> DeamQuaziaYalorMewnGeleeRoyale Riot: @yalormewn:matrix.org, @GeleeRoyale:matrix.org General Support, GitHub Questions, Project Reccomendations

Resources

Reach Giveth:

Riot Matrix

Team: Aragon Members Contact Relevancy  
  <img src=”https://wiki.aragon.one/design/logo/png/imagetype_vertical@2x.png” width=150 align=”left” /> Luis Cuende, Jorge Izquierdo, Brett Sun, Tatu Kärki Aragon.chat @sohkai, @Tatu General Questions, EVM/Solidity & frontend

Resources

  • https://blog.aragon.one/releasing-the-aragon-developer-portal-237a8dbc8a48
  • https://hack.aragon.one
  • https://wiki.aragon.one

Reach Aragon:

https://aragon.chat/

Team: Swarm City Members Contact Relevancy
<img src=”https://cdn.coinranking.com/HJiGDZA1f/swt.svg” width=150 align=”right” /> KikiPluche, KingFlurkel, Xardass Riot@kikipluche General Support, Project recommendations, decentralization, Product design

Recources

Reach Swarm City

Riot

The Swag Bag

  • A collective bag of 20 ETH granted to the winning teams/projects.
  • A full page write up about the winning project posted in the community blog.
  • An invitation to the next Giveth Summit in an exotic but yet undetermined location.

Key Dates

July 15th
Open for submissions, arrange teams, review project proposals, define products/roles/etc.

August 7th
Submissions Closed, Buidl phase starts, contributors split into working groups, start building and forking over repositories into the blockternship repo.

  • Aug 21st (First code review, bounty assignment, feedback, open team call)

  • Sept 4th (Second code review, bounty funding, feedback, open team call)

  • Sept 18th (Third code review bounty funding, feedback, open team call)

  • Oct 2nd (Fourth code review bounty funding, feedback, open team call)

October 9th

End buidl phase. Project entries must be complete and submitted for review. Teams judged and evaluated by panel of individuals from sponsorship organizations.

October - November

Winners announced and awarded prize ETH.

ENS Hackathon

London, England

The second ENS workshop, will bring together experts from around the Ethereum community to discuss technical improvements and the way forward for the Ethereum Name Service. This will be followed by a two day ENS focused hackathon on Aug 11-12th

🏆
No Prizes Announced
in prizes
July 31, 2018
registration deadline
Method of Registration

Requirements for Deadline

Immediate Next Steps

Register for the hackathon at https://ens.domains/hack2018.
If you have already registered, then the hackathon is on Aug 11th and 12th

Detail Description

Waves Smart Contracts Online Hackathon

Online

Create applications on top of waves smart contract

🏆
2000 waves
in prizes
July 22, 2018
submission deadline
Method of Registration

In order to participate, developers should contact Inal Kardanov (ikardanov@wavesplatform.com, @kardanovir on Telegram, or Inal Kardanov#2156 on Discord) to discuss their idea. After discussion, work on the application can begin.

Requirements for Deadline

Proposed application must utilize Waves smart contracts.
The code must be open source.
The code must be published on GitHub.
A description of the application must be published in the Projects category on the Waves Forum (https://forum.wavesplatform.com/c/projects) , and submitted using this form (https://wavescommunity.typeform.com/to/kbwpeI)..

Immediate Next Steps

Read the waves white paper.
checkout the IDE.
Look for example applications.
Come up with ideas for the hackathon.
contact moderator to discuss idea and get an understanding of the project.

Detail Description

Waves launched non-Turing complete smart contracts in May (you can check the IDE and the white paper ). This version of smart contracts is a set of universal and handy tools designed for implementing any business tasks an entrepreneur might potentially need.

This is why we have decided to run an online hackathon with 2000 WAVES prize fund, in which developers can propose applications that will run on Waves’ smart contracts. We will consider the following use cases:

  • Multisig
  • Escrow
  • Atomic swap
  • Oracles
  • Betting

In order to participate, developers should contact Inal Kardanov (ikardanov@wavesplatform.com, @kardanoviron Telegram, or Inal Kardanov#2156 on Discord) to discuss their idea. After discussion, work on the application can begin.

The hackathon will last from 2 July till 22 July. The results of the hackathon will be announced on 29 July.

The prize fund is 2000 WAVES that will be divided proportionally between the winners.

By participating in the hackathon, you agree to its Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy

There are two tutorials about smart contracts, which can help you to start:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWaZjpiQtHA&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRmnERIBKzY&feature=youtu.be