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Sat, Nov 10

The EOS Global Hackathon series is a 
first-of-its-kind event in the world of blockchain, and serves Block.one’s goal of supporting of a decentralized global community from the ground up.

Get involved and you will be joining hackers, product developers, marketers, and business leaders in creating a new wave of blockchain dApps that secure life, liberty, and property.

From June through the end of 2018, Block.one will be hosting a series of initiatives designed to find and give a platform to the most visionary architects of decentralization out there.

Four in-person events will be followed by a Grand Finale Pitch Competition that puts the best applications under the spotlight.

EOSIO: The Most Powerful Infrastructure for Decentralized Applications

$1,500,000 USD in Prizes Across 5 Events.

https://eoshackathon.io 

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 20 points, and the final score being the average of the judges’ scores:

UTILIZATION OF EOSIO BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY (5 POINTS)

How well suited is the concept for blockchain? Is there a clear need for a token and distributed ledger technology?

CREATIVITY (5 POINTS)

How creative was the team in developing an innovative solution for the challenge?  Is the idea defensible or unique?

IMPACT (5 POINTS)

Did the team create an application that can have a real and valuable impact?  Is the idea feasible / if pursued could it actually work in the real world?

SCALABILITY (5 POINTS)

What is the growth potential of this application?  What impact can it have on the world as a whole?

Rules

Teams of up to 5 participants are allowed. All team members must have completed the participation agreement to compete.

You may not begin your project until the competition officially begins. Please don’t come in and build on top of previous projects if you want to win.

Teams have full ownership of everything they build and are free to do with it as they wish whether they win or not.

Winning teams will be subject to a code-review at some point following the event or immediately before the competition ends.