Building the Next Digital World Hackathon Winner Announced

  • Judges chose six finalists on October 20
  • Six teams presented the demos on October 22 (the Demo Day)
  • And judges chose the final winners

🏆 Most Social Value: Intoo TV

P2P live streaming platform powered by the blockchain

We often see YouTube or Facebook users being judged on their content by the company itself. That’s why we need decentralized alternatives. If you’re familiar with Instagram, YouTube, or Facebook Live, you’re no stranger to Intoo TV. Unlike the centralized platforms, Intoo TV is an Ethereum-based live streaming platform that allows you to design, share, and monetize your real-life experiences — you can literally earn ETH every time you go live.

Intoo TV at ETHPlanet Hackathon Demo Day on Oct 22, 2020

🏆 Most Potential: VerityNet

Fairness apps and architectures for DeFi

In many ways, 2020 is the year of DeFi (or shall we say DeFi-ned or DeFi’ed the year?). VerityNet is trying to solve the problem in the decentralized financial world by building fairness apps and architectures with the help of Aave, zkSnark, zkRollups, and Chainlink Oracle. People can use VerityNet to verify whether the loans are tokenized based on valid proofs, and much more. Also, people can swap between NFT collateral backed loans and fungible collateral backed loans in a seamless manner on VerityNet.

🏆 Best Speculative Design: XPLOR

A user-owned satellite with a crypto twist

As a satellite-as-a-service platform, XPLOR empowers a community of people to create satellites or gathering accurate weather data from higher altitudes where users can get precise weather data and be able to forecast weather.

XPLOR team is showcasing the demo

Five Projects That Stand Out From the Crowd — The Hackathon China Division

We’re very excited to highlight five awesome projects — they stand out from the hackathon — the China division (see the winners list here).

The Teams Are Worth a Shoutout

Here are three incredible projects from our hackathon that didn’t make the cut but are worth a shoutout:



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Jun Gong

Jun Gong

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