Browsing the "Hackathon" Tag

Meet Vitalik Buterin’s Mom. Her Mission Is Inclusion, Not Ethereum

| Leigh Cuen

Natalia Ameline's nonprofit, CryptoChicks, is spreading the blockchain gospel in emerging markets.

‘Tackling Real World Issues’: Hackers at ETH New York Build Apps Geared Towards Social Change

| Christine Kim

A New York Blockchain Week ended last Friday we spent time at an ethereum hackathon where developers came together to build blockchain tools with…

The Next Big Ethereum Conference Will Run Almost Entirely on Blockchains

| Christine Kim

Everything from applications to attend ETHDenver to the processes for submitting, judging and voting on projects will be supported in some way…

CoinList Launches Hackathon Series to Spur Crypto Product Launches

| Brady Dale

Under its new "CoinList Build" brand, CoinList will be co-organizing hackathons with protocols that are looking to court developers.

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Bitcoin’s Lightning Network Is Getting Its Own Hacker Camp

| Alyssa Hertig

Chaincode is launching a new "residency" in New York that will focus on helping developers build their own Lightning Network apps

Illinois Government Sponsors Month-Long Blockchain Hackathon

| Chuan Tian

The state of Illinois is continuing to engage with blockchain innovators, this time by throwing a month-long hackathon.

Consensus 2017: Smart Car Tech ‘BlockBox’ Wins CoinDesk Hackathon

| Alyssa Hertig

BlockBox won CoinDesk’s Consensus 2017 hackathon for its bid to make drones and smart cars safer to operate with blockchain. Black boxes have…

Consensus Hackathon 2017: Into the Smart City Blockchain ‘Rabbit Hole’

| Alyssa Hertig

CoinDesk's Consensus 2017 Building Blocks hackathon is fast underway, with teams competing to realize the next big ideas for the emerging tech.

UAE Government to Sponsor $140k Blockchain Hackathon

| Stan Higgins

The government of the United Arab Emirates is sponsoring a virtual hackathon dedicated to blockchain, with $140,000 in prizes up for grabs.

Why the Blockchain Hackathon Economy is Booming

| Bailey Reutzel

Even larger blockchain startups are making the effort to get involved in hackathons. The reason? It's good for business, sources say.