The 9th OpenGift+Credits online-hackathon has started!
The total prize pool of the competition is USD 10,000 worth of Credits (CS) tokens according to price of 6th January, 2019.
Credits Blockchain Platform launches its first Online Hackathon on 1st, December. This competition is aimed at the development of decentralized applications and services that will expand the Credits Platform ecosystem.
Competence in Java programming language is a requirement for participation in hackathon because smart contract on Credits platform are written in Java. Web page or mobile application can be developed in almost any programming languages (ActionScript, C, C++, C#, Cappuccino, Cocoa, Delphi, Erlang, Go, Haskell, Java, Node.js, Objective-C, OCaml, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby) and connected to blockchain platform via API module with the help of Apache Thrift technology.
1 step. Registration.
Deadline - 00:00 UTC, December, 8.
All submissions are done through OpenGift platform.
2 step. Concept Creation.
Deadline - 00:00 UTC, December, 9.
During this stage you should create a brief introduction of your future project. It must contain the following points - dApps/service name, estimated target audience, problems that can be solved, estimated MVP functionality, final release functionality. You can also add any information which helps to understand your concept deeper. This information should be presented in pdf, ppt or pptx format and uploaded to OpenGift website.
3 step. Development Process.
Deadline - 00:00 UTC,December, 30.
By the end of this stage you should publish source code of your project in the dedicated Github repository and send a link to the developed website or mobile app via OpenGift. We will chose ten finalists at the end of 3rd round for participation in 4th round.
4 step. Presentation.
Deadline - 00:00 UTC, January, 6, 2019.
During this stage you should create a short video (5 minutes max) containing the information about your project: concept, process of interaction with users, key features and benefits. The presentation should be clear and understandable for listeners.