HOW IT WORKS
- Do it solo or create a team of up to 8!
- You can find other team members on our chat server.
CREATE & BUILD 🔨
- Review the tracks and requirements.
- Start working on your submission.
- Make use of the resources.
- Check-in with mentors.
- Take part in the weekly workshops & webinars (schedule TBA)
- Don’t forget to ask questions!
- Meet the submission requirements and deadline set out on Devpost.
- Make sure to opt-in to the tracks you want to be considered for!
- The winning teams will be announced in each track.
- Prizes & opportunities will be organized shortly after.
- Check out the event’s gallery to see what other people worked on.
AFTER THE COMPETITION 🚀
After the competition, select winning teams may be given the opportunity to partake in a virtual pitch day hosted by the TDeFi Crypto Accelerator.
Some tracks offer the winning team’s acceptance and/or opportunities to apply for their grant programs. What you decide to do with your idea is up to you – but we highly encourage you to keep building!
You can build any sort of project that leverages blockchain technology. Eligible submissions must meet/include the following criteria:
- A White Paper, Prototype, and/or Proof-of-Concept (e.g., MVPs) + Description. Some prizes require just a white paper, whereas others require protoypes and multiple submissions. See below for the criteria.
- A link to a short (max 5 minutes) video introducing the project, it’s use case and functionality.
- Meet the requirements for each applicable prize category. Head over to the Submission Requirements tab on Devpost to learn more.
- Submissions and their content must be in English
- Meet the Devpost deadline.
Note: some ideas take longer to build then others. A working prototype and/or Proof-of-Concept is usually preffered, but if you cannot build it by the deadline then we encourage you to still submit the detailed white paper as it will often be considered. Just make sure to blow the judges away!
An eligible white paper submission must include the following: an introduction, analysis of the market, project description, technical architecture and features, token information (if applicable), business model and user acquisition plan, team information, roadmap and future goals.
Prototype + Description
An eligible prototype + description submission must include a link to the projects GitHub/Repository with source code and a link to a live demo. You must also include a description (on Devpost)or a white paper/light paper PDF to introduce the project. If your repository is private, please share the access details with the event organizer.
POC + Description
An eligible POC + Description must include a link to the MVP and a description (on Devpost) or white paper/light paper PDF to introduce the project. If the MVP is private, please share access with the hackathon's organizer. If the MVP is private, please share access details with the event organizer.