Like killing the Buzzwords with working code ? Join Hamburg's first community-focused blockchain hackathon!

The tech community in Hamburg prepares to meet from 6th to 8th Sept. in order to hack Blockchain challenges in the fields of Personal Data, Government & Society, Supply Chain Management. With innovative technology like beam.mw and https://evan.network we will collaborate with great people and create decentralized products. At the end of this appealing event one team is going to win a price provided by Cv Labs. Do you want to learn something new and collaborate with great people? Be Part of our Proof-of-Moin Hackathon and sign up: https://www.pom-hack.org. Follow PoM on twitter: https://twitter.com/pomhackhh

Our tech front is really innovative and in collaboration with https://www.beam.mw/ and https://evan.network/, we will perform at Friday the 6.9.19 technology workshops to help developers get a head start.

Participation is free and first price is a direct access to CVLabs investment team - This means that best hackers will bypass more than 400 startups, which usually filtered during the selection process!

https://cvvc.com/index.php/cv-labs/about#

Spread the word - it will be an awesome event and Sunday is open to the public with a great afterparty happening!

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Eligibility

Anyone who can come to the Venue by Friday noon!

Requirements

Prize Eligibility Rules
  1. The solution needs to connect to at least one of the tech stacks (BEAM and evan.network).
  2. A team should be able to point out what was created pre-hackathon and what was built during the Hackathon
  3. A team should be able to provide the source code of the demo solution (The IP stays with the team but you should be able to show that you created it) 
  4. The number of individuals in each team should be 2-5.

Judges

Hagen Thomas Weiss

Hagen Thomas Weiss
BaFin

Dr. Sven Hildebrandt

Dr. Sven Hildebrandt
DLC

Ralf Kubli

Ralf Kubli
CVVC Switzerland

Judging Criteria

  • Code
    Our dedicated team of engineers will evaluate your code under the Software Improvement Groups Better Code guidelines.