The so-called hackathon is really a competition for programmers who want to take part in winning part of the QTUM token giveaway totaling more than $500,000 in tokens.
The company made the announcement on the global hackathon, which doesn’t actually have a physical location. The team is running the event on a digital platform, the purpose is to improve blockchain technology– based applications or design new ones outright.
This is one of the world’s first worldwide events focused on decentralized applications that is being held from a virtual level. The hackathon is more likely than not going to be responsible for some of the world’s next generation of open sourced apps.
Anyone participating in the event can submit a team of up to five. More instructions on the event will be given in a series of webinars hosted by QTUM’S own team. The purpose of the webinars is to provide participants with the next phase of the QTUM platform.
The team is planning to work with participants of the event to shape the way digital media operates. All of it will be done through the blockchain. New breakthroughs are sure to happen during the hackathon, likely on the QTUM network as well as blockchain applications.
Teams on hackathon are required to sign agreements to participate in the event. Anything built during the online competition stays in possession of the team who develops it. Every submission completed in the event will be judged based various aspects like simplicity and design among others. The final score will be based on the average scores of judges.
After the final results are calculated, the winners will be verified and given cash prizes. Anyone in the sphere with experience is encouraged to participate in the event with the full intention to win.
If you’re interested in participating, you can apply at the even website: https://hackathon.qtum.org/en