The demand for innovation is stronger now than ever before—with blockchain solutions at the forefront. That’s why this year, in partnership with Google Cloud, Galaxy Interactive, and Mythical Games, we hosted an #EOSIOHackathon to help people build and innovate through the combined power of blockchain and the cloud. Submissions are in, and judging is in progress.
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Continue creating the next wave of innovation
While this year’s EOSIO Hackathon: Beyond Blockchain is over, the demand for innovation continues to be stronger now than ever - with blockchain solutions at the forefront. While judging is in progress, we invite you to keep exploring, learning and building on EOSIO.
The challenge & prizes
The main challenge included building an EOSIO-based application that can create significant, positive, and global change. Additionally, there was a challenge to build an app or a game using the dGoods standard that improves the standard. Check out DevPost for more information on both challenges.
- 1st US$25,000 + US$12,500 worth of Google Cloud Credits
- 2nd US$10,000 + US$5,000 worth of Google Cloud Credits
- 3rd US$5,000 + US$2,500 worth of Google Cloud Credits
- 4th US$1,000 + US$500 worth of Google Cloud Credits
Have questions or comments?
What is a hackathon?
A hackathon is a sprint-like event, during which participants create solutions to real-life challenges. Using creativity and technology, participants engage mentors and create prototypes, fresh concepts, and other innovations.
What is an EOSIO Hackathon?
A space for creativity and teamwork, an EOSIO Hackathon empowers engineers, designers, marketers, entrepreneurs, and any other innovators to build their ideas on EOSIO blockchain software.
What is the goal of a hackathon?
Hackathons drive innovation through crowdsourced solutions. Designers, developers, entrepreneurs, and other creators collaborate to help various industries embrace new technology, test ideas before deployment, and more.
Who can participate?
Participants have varied skills and backgrounds. Whether you’re starting your tech journey, learning more, or looking to test your skills–we invite all to join.
Coding for Change
900 participants from 92 countries attended Coding for Change using blockchain technology to address the problems and/or expected societal changes related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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- Location: Virtual
Cape Town Hackathon Finale
The Grand Finale was a culmination of the winners at each of the prior hackathons in the series for an intensive incubation week and demo day where #EOSHackathon finalists showcased their blockchain-based businesses, and competed for the grand prize of US$500,000.
- Location: CTICC, Cape Town, South Africa