Connect, learn, and #buidl with those who are shaping the decentralized future.
Decentralization is underway. In the coming years, emerging blockchain technologies (like Ethereum) will aid in distributing power from the center to the edges of our communities. This movement could bring about the most significant technological and social advancements since the advent of the internet. You can be a part of this change at ETHDenver.
ETHDenver is welcoming those who want to support and build the decentralized future. The Hackathon is an opportunity to work alongside the developers, thought leaders, advisers, and companies who are making the infrastructure and applications that will power the future.
- Teams must have no more than 4 hackers, who are all physically in attendance
- Hackers must be over the age of 18
- No geographic restrictions on hackers
- Your hack must be related to Ethereum
- You cannot work on your project before the event begins
- You cannot steal another team's source code
- All code required to run your project must be submitted
How to enter
Submissions are only permitted from teams which have been accepted to ETHDenver.
Director, Thiel Fellowship
Partnerships and Strategic Initiatives, Web3 Foundation
Principal, Satis Group
Impact Policy Manager, Blockchain for Social Impact
Managing Director, Access Ventures
Evan van Ness
Curator, This Week in Ethereum
Chief Executive, Exponential Impact
Founder and CEO, zkCapital
Partner, Compound VC
Founder & CEO, BlockApps
Managing Partner, Multicoin Capital
Journalist, International Business Times
Co-founder, L4 and ETHGlobal
Co-Founder, Scalar Capital
CTO, Zeppelin Solutions
Lead Engineer, Adchain
Research, Polychain Capital
Builder of Things, Ethereum Foundation
Prism Architect, Shapeshift. Co-Founder, Maiden
Advisor, ixo Foundation
Founding Partner, Amentum
Project Manager, Polychain2030 Programme
Author, The Business Blockchain
Founder and CEO, Zcash
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