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7–8 September saw Waves sponsoring Diversity.Hack, one of the largest and most far-ranging Moscow hackathons. We held this event alongside Phystech.Genesis, a project launched three years ago by MIPT graduates.
The 30-hour hackathon brought together more than 200 participants, including both students and experienced developers. Members of Russian Hack Team also joined the contest.
Participants were offered three tracks, provided by Waves, Dostavista and New Cloud Technologies. Our track was the most popular, and required hackers to implement a user-friendly mobile dApp using the Ride programming language and Waves client libraries.
Before the start of the event, we conducted two workshops to help participants engage with their tasks:
- ‘How to use Waves blockchain’
- ‘Ride Syntax Details’
We are thrilled to announce the winners and their projects. A total of around USD $1,500 and 400 WAVES in prize money was divided between the teams:
- ‘On the wave’ made a decentralized marketplace with tokenized event tickets. Prize: $760 and 150 WAVES.
2. ‘EasyChain’ developed a mobile marketplace with non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and auctions. Prize: $450 and 130 WAVES.
3. ‘MoreJust’ implemented a payment system for Auchan, a multinational retail group, using QR codes and WAVES. Prize: $290 and 120 WAVES.
We want to thank all the participants for the extraordinary energy and interest they contributed to this competition!...
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