Welcome to the updated UTONHACK 2.0!
We invite scientists, blockchain developers, IT technology experts and experts around the world to participate in the global online blockchain hackathon. Offer your unique idea or approach to solving a problem. Turn its into reality during the hackathon.
The main area of online hackathon are solutions related to blockchain technology. Participants can offer their ideas in accordance with the proposed prize nominations. Looking forward to seeing what you build!
Dates: July 17 (opening ceremony), July 18 - July 19 (workshops), July 17 - July 25 (building), July 25 - August 2 (judging), August 2 (closing ceremony)
Awesome bounties are prepared for the best hacks!
Prizes, schedule and more: https://utonhack.comYou can learn more about LikeLib on GitHub
- The Competition is open to participants from any jurisdiction. Participants may be natural persons (provided they are at least eighteen years old) and corporate or unincorporated bodies (whether or not having separate legal personality). Participants may participate individually or form teams.
- Current employees, contractors, vendors and members of Organiser and Judging Committee or any entity or individual involved with the design, production, execution or distribution of the Competition and their immediate family members and persons living in the same household, are not eligible to join the Competition as Participants.
- Organiser may disqualify a Participant if it provides information that is not truthful, accurate and complete.
The solution should demonstrate the benefits of blockchain technology.
Submit the following before 04:00pm EST July 25th, 2020. Late submissions won’t be accepted.
A link to one or more public GitHub repositories where developed source code is hosted and access to your application. Please select an open-source license for your submission (e.g. MIT license). Please include a README.md with instructions for using your code.
A short video to demonstrate the use of your tool. Please keep it under 5 mins.
All Submission materials must be in English or, if not in English, the Maker must provide an English translation of the demonstration video, text description, and testing instructions as well as all other materials submitted.
$40,500 in prizes
BEST SOLUTION FOR LIKELIB
Create your solution to expand application tools, functionality and usability of LikeLib (analytical and monitoring tools for LikeLib blockchain transactions, nodes and blocks generation, integration with LikeLib blockchain, explorers, wallets and other tools, any extensions that improve LikeLib ecosystem)
THE BEST BLOCKHAIN GAME
Creating a game that can become a real hit. A game that fully functions on the blockchain. Games where the blockchain is partially integrated into the gameplay
BLOCKCHAIN & IOT
Creating a solution based on the technology of distributed data storage, combining feasibility, innovation and the possibility of practical implementation with the Internet of Things.
BEST SMART-CONTRACT FOR LIKELIB
Unusual creative solution using smart contracts.
- solutions that expand the boundaries of the use of smart contracts and demonstrate the benefits of using blockchain technologies to solve business and society faced problems.
- smart contract constructor
HACK THE CRISIS
Business ideas aimed at solving the problems associated with the current crisis and the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). Solutions can be associated with any industry, provided that they bring technical innovation to the area affected by the current pandemic.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Chief Technology Officer Heshu.by
Full Stack Developer Chief Technology Officer EnCata Soft
Co-Founder at Nonsense Technologies | Serial Entrepreneur
Blockchain + IoT projects developer Software Architect at Robonomics project
Blockchain Advisor CTO at 482.solutions
Сo-Founder Digital Forest
IT-Entrepreneur (Blockchain, SaaS, IoT) Belarus Blockchain Association
Sales and Marketing Director at Merkeleon
Full Stack Developer at Marketlend
Full Stack Developer Chief Product Officer at Merkeleon
Blockchain and IoT Expert Head of IoT Department at 482.solutions
Does the project have any feasible application and/or have a social impact? Will this help the community and business with a real problem they are facing? Can this be implemented? This is a key category.
The team should display a good level of knowledge in terms of the technology they’ve used in implementing their project. The solution should demonstrate the benefits of blockchain technology
Is this project unique and innovative? Is it a solution or creation we have never seen before? A better way of doing something? How unique is the submission? How much are you pushing your imagination?
Is the project free of major bugs? Does it look appealing? The UI/UX doesn’t have to be absolutely perfect, but if we’re having a hard time understanding the project by looking at it, there may be a problem