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aelf Hosts its Inaugural Ecological Expanding Hackathon with the Metaverse Theme

The prizes include up to 680,000 USDT, mentorship, market exposure, and the opportunity to dock in aelf network

aelf’s first metaverse-themed hackathon — Top of OASIS — will open on December 12th, 2021. Once started, participants could submit their projects anytime until Feb. 9th, 2022. Internal review and discussion will then be held from Feb. 10th to the 14th. And the final results will be revealed on Feb. 15th, 2022. During the event, open-source developers and blockchain projects can compete for their chance to the considerable prizes pool, while receiving comprehensive supports in all aspects from aelf network.

The Top of OASIS Hackathon supports early-stage projects and ideas from open source developer communities, allowing both community members and organizations to participate in funding developer projects and blockchain ventures. The aim of the hackathon is to enlarge while increasing the diversity of aelf developer community that will help projects grow and eventually join the aelf ecosystem.

So far we have received willing contacts of 60 individuals/teams from the United States of America, Singapore, Britain, Canada, China, India, Japan, Turkey, Spain, etc. And we have invited judges from Knowsec, RockX, bountyblok, Bitmain, Cypher 9 Ventures, Microsoft MVP, Tencent, IEEE, and more to join.

The Top of OASIS Hackathon is the first metaverse-themed blockchain hackathon from the platform to provide full course supports. According to our long-term supportive plan, which details will be released in a few days, hackathon participants will receive support in the dimensions of technology, funding, development infrastructure, market and media coverages, and many more.

aelf has prepared an attractive prizes pool for the participants as below:

If you are interested in the hackathon event, please join our developer community for info:





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