The First NULS Online Hackathon Is Complete and the Winners Have Been Chosen
Among the 23 Projects Teams That Participated, 6 Winners Have Been Selected
After the release of ChainBox during the beta launch of NULS 2.0, the team initiated the first NULS Online Hackathon to help enrich the module warehouse that will run on Chain Factory, to provide boarder application scenarios to developers. At the same time, the hackathon also provided incentives to the developer community to build applications and use ChainBox to create their own blockchains.
Over 20 teams and individuals participated in the competition with projects covering a diverse array of technical fields, including data storage solutions, voting mechanisms, DEXs, staking applications, copyright and track-and-trace solutions, among others. This versatility highlights the practical and simple use of ChainBox for developers, and also provides the core team with valuable feedback to further optimize it’s product solutions, developer tools, and documentation.
Selection and scoring criteria can be found here. The NULS core team and members of the technical community worked together to examine and finalize the winning projects for the first NULS online hackathon.
We are proud to announce the winners as follows:
🏆🥇First Place and the winner of 4000 NULS goes to:
HiBlock Technical Community Wolf Team
🏆🥈Second Place and the winner of 3000 NULS goes to:
🏅🏅Participation Awards go to the following, and the winners will receive 700 NULS apiece and 400 BWB apiece:
The core team would like to thank everyone for their support, especially our participants and sponsors! We hope that we can continue to work together and explore every possible and impossible opportunity that comes with the creative nature of developing with blockchain technology.