Blockchain Pioneers Hackathon 2018 announced
|Christian Hargrave in Blockchain Thursday, May 24, 2018|
Blockchain Pioneers Hackathon 2018 has been announced by DECENT to create one-of-a-kind blockchain solutions.
Hackathons offer a great collaborative platform, providing people of various technical backgrounds a chance to challenge their creative minds and network with like-minded peers. The goal is to create something truly unique and real-world ready, given the tools and resources provided.
DECENT’s inaugural hackathon will host teams of two to five people, coding through numerous obstacles and creating one-of-a-kind blockchain solutions for the chance to win amazing prizes provided by both the DECENT team and 0100 Campus. Participants will have the exclusive opportunity to work beside and learn from seasoned blockchain experts and IT entrepreneurs at the various on-site event workshops.
The hackathon will be focused on creating projects on the DCore platform with the themes: Enterprise – projects improving operational efficiency, and Transformation - projects enabling business model innovation. These projects will be judged by DECENT and event partners.
The participating team with the most impactful and viable project will have a chance to win up to 20,000 DCT. The winning participants will also receive a chance to be mentored by DECENT and will also be provided with a collaboration opportunity in the future. Furthermore, winners will be awarded with a prize from 0100 Campus, granting them a co-working space and mentoring sessions organized by entrepreneurs and industry professionals.
The event will take place on Friday, May 25 until May 26 on the 2nd floor of the 0100 Campus building in Bratislava, Slovakia. Throughout the whole two days, participants will be fueled by meals, snacks and other fine refreshments. Also, for participants with traveling expenses, DECENT has offered full reimbursement.
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