over 1 year ago

And the winner is...

Following a month of hard work, spirited collaboration, and a wide range of innovations during the EOSIO Virtual Hackathon, Coding for Change, a winning submission has been named. 

Congratulations to Lifebank! Their project strives to save lives and local economies through connecting blood donors, donation centers, and businesses.

The hackathon is over, but you can keep learning and developing to make a difference. 

Thanks and keep building! 

Best,

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over 1 year ago

Final call: Submissions close June 1

Just a final reminder—these are the last few days to work on your project and submit to EOSIO Virtual Hackathon: Coding for Change.

Final checklist:

  • Does your submission adhere to the hackathon theme? Is it impactful by addressing the problems and societal changes faced by communities as a result of COVID-19?
  • Are you submitting an application that uses the EOSIO platform and implements at least one an EOSIO Smart Contract?
  • Have you included a link to a code repository and any required deployment files and instructions needed for testing the project?  
  • Have you created a submission video? Does your

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over 1 year ago

One week left to deadline—keep going!

There’s only one week left to enter your submission to EOSIO Virtual Hackathon: Coding for Change. Don’t wait until the last minutesubmissions are due June 1 before 5pm EDT. (Find out what time that is in your city)

Got a question?

Head over to the FAQ page to see if it has been answered or join the Slack channel #office-hours on May 27 from 8am to 10am EDT and ask Block.one specialists.

Start your submission now

Starting a submission is a good way to ensure your project meets the requirements. There’s nothing worse than getting

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over 1 year ago

Two weeks to go—submit early!

There are two weeks left to enter your submission to the EOSIO Virtual Hackathon: Coding for Change. Submissions are due June 1 before 5pm EDT. (Find out what time that is in your city)

If you haven't started a submission yet, please do so now. (We’ll walk you through our submission form process if you need help.) 

And if you've just recently joined the challenge, explore the Slack Channel, the Resources page, and your “to-do” list for more info to help you get started.

Submission checklist

Run through this list before you submit: 

  • Does your

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over 1 year ago

EOSIO Webinars

New to blockchain or want more skills to build your app on EOSIO?

Join our webinar on May 18 and get the essentials straight from the EOSIO team. 

Register now 

 


over 1 year ago

Three weeks to go + tip from your fellow dev

Many of you are probably working hard on your EOSIO Virtual Hackathon: Coding for Change projects and others may be feeling overwhelmed and not sure where to start. Lyle Davids, one of our Devpost community members, wrote the following tip that we hope will guide you in the right direction so you can focus on building a solution for a better, more resilient world.

To create a smart contract, one would assume that you will need a super-powerful computer, and this is not a luxury we all have.

Well, that is not the case anymore. With the EOSIO QuickStart Web

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over 1 year ago

COVID-19 resources to help inspire

There are many ways blockchain can help us achieve a “new normal” in schooling, working, and living, but sometimes we just need a little something to help spark an idea.

Whether or not you have already started building your EOSIO solution for this hackathon, here are a few ideas to help you hit the ground running: 

  1. Supply Chains - Businesses rely heavily on electronic data exchange, and EOSIO can help manage both the data and the workflow
  2. Healthcare
    1. With a need to move their infrastructure online, healthcare organizations need better security to make this transition and keep their data safe

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over 1 year ago

Submission period now open

The challenge is now live and ready to take submissions — it's time to get to work to build a stronger future, together.

Here are the main challenge requirements:

Apply blockchain technology to address the problems and/or expected societal changes related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Your submission must use the EOSIO platform and must implement an EOSIO smart contract(s) as a part of the application.
  • Your submission must include a link to an accessible GitHub repository or other code repository and any required deployment files and instructions needed for testing the project (if the repository is private, share access with

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over 1 year ago

Build your team + start brainstorming

Now that you are registered for the EOSIO Virtual Hackathon: Coding for Change, the Slack Channel is the perfect place to connect with other developers and start brainstorming.

Not only can you bounce ideas off each other and ask other developers for technical help, but you can also use the Community Chat to ask the Block.one and Devpost teams questions!

Teaming up

Looking for a challenge team?  The Slack Channel can also help you connect with potential teammates.  You can also use the Challenge Participants Page to search for other developers looking to team up, check out their skills,

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