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There are three types of attendees for Cryptochicks Hackathon:
- MENTOR who supposed to help our hackers with coding and business ideas. You must prove that you are an experienced blockchain developer and/or involved in existing blockchain business and can help teams with your real life experience. In return you will have free access to workshops and networking events.
- HACKER – DEVELOPMENT TRACK. Come up with an idea of a blockchain application and develop a working prototype using any blockchain technology. You will have 24 hours for that. Teams can be formed ahead of time or at the pre-hacking, team building event on Friday April 6. You will have free access to all BlockGeeks online courses and live webinars. Deposit might be required in order to reserve your hackathon seat as there are only limited amount of seats available.
- HACKER – BUSINESS TRACK. Come up with a business idea for blockchain application in Fintech, Supply Chain Management, Social Impact, etc. and develop a full-blown business model according to the rules and format announced at the pre-hacking, team building event on Friday April 6; you will have 24 hours. Any blockchain technology can be used. You will have free access to all BlockGeeks online courses and live webinars. Deposit might be required in order to reserve your hackathon seat as there are only limited amount of seats available.
Only applications from female hackers will be accepted. Mentors of all genders are welcome. Hackers and mentors are welcome to attend workshops, speeches and talks, but will be encouraged to focus most of their time on building a blockchain-based project to present on Sunday afternoon.
Applications are approved based on interest in blockchain and demonstrated ability to code or contribute meaningfully to a project. Applications from any corner of the globe will be accepted. PLEASE NOTE that non-developers are welcome to apply as well. Each hacker team will consist of 2-4 individuals with diverse skillsets. If you have something you think you can add to the ecosystem – whether it’s a knack for crafting white papers to explain dApps, project management skills, a creative or artistic perspective, or an entrepreneurial vision – we’d welcome your talents and skills on one of our hackathon teams.
Solo hackers are invited to register and will have the opportunity to meet people prior to the event at online Slack group, or during team building session held on Friday, the first day of the event.
Established female teams are welcome to register. Please register individually. For teams that not based in Toronto please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can accept your registrations and have a technology to join you to this hackathon remotely.