Join this hackathon to participate in two weeks of hacking to imagine, design and implement unique projects using the power of blockchain based technology. Developers, students, and aspiring entrepreneurs are invited to compete and earn prizes as well as invaluable relationships with other top minds in the field. A panel of industry experts and leading venture capital firms including top ICO service providers will judge your work and determine what project has earned the highest awards. This is an open hackathon, so please do not be shy to participate as there are practically no limitations to what you can build. For more information see below.

Start Date: Saturday, September 16 [Eventbrite Registration]

Oct 7th : Date for team formation 
Oct 9th : 12noon Code submission on Devpost
Oct 9th : 3pm -5pm Rehearsals on BLOCK-CON stage 
Oct 10th: Judging on BLOCK-CON stage and winners

Top finalists will also be presenting at BLOCK-CON on October 10th and 11th on the main stage. []

We'll be approving developers on a rolling basis. All code and IP presented at the hackathon will be owned by its creators.

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$8,003 in prizes

1st Prize - Decentralized

2nd Prize - Immutable

3rd Prize - Transparent

Sit Down Meeting With ICO Service Provider (3)

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


Participants of ALL AGES are welcome; if under 18 parental consent required. 

Team size is 1 - 4 participants. 

Team members can participate in multiple projects as long as they are not presenting more than once as a team lead.


Signup to rehearse on Monday. 

Rehearse on Monday 9th of October.

Submit project and team to Devpost by 12 pm Saturday, October 7st at the latest. Only minimal data is required in Devpost - eg the Title, Team, brief description. However the more data provided the better; if you have a presentation or video, include it in the Devpost.


Ariel Jalali

Ariel Jalali

 Matthew E. Kohen

Matthew E. Kohen
Carlton Fields

Judging Criteria

  • Presentation
    Did you practice? Will an investor understand well enough to invest?
  • Scope
    Is it big? Is it small? Is it just a hack?
  • Blockchain Usecase
    Use of Blockchain / distributed ledger technology
  • Implementation & tech quality
  • Market readiness
    Is the work timely and/or approachable?

Questions? Email the hackathon manager

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