DLA Piper and BCW Group launch the “Enhancing Tokenization Functionality Challenge” on the Hedera21 Hackathon
Real-world assets are now being tokenized on distributed networks across countless industry use-cases. Global law firm DLA Piper (Council Member of Hedera Hashgraph) and BCW Group (program partner of DLA Piper & Hedera Hashgraph) launched the Enhancing Tokenization Functionality Challenge for innovative teams that can digitize real-world assets by leveraging Hedera Token Service (HTS) to unlock the creative features that allow enterprise companies to tokenize their clients’ future businesses.
DLA Piper and BCW Group are on a mission to learn how HTS can be offered as a platform solution for the plethora of enterprise use cases we look to tokenize with TOKO — the tokenization engine, launched by DLA Piper. TOKO provides a platform to create new markets that leverage the innovative capabilities of distributed ledger technology…
Enhancing Tokenization Functionality Hedera21... | Hedera Hashgraph
DLA Piper and BCW Group are proud to sponsor the Enhancing Tokenization Challenge for this year's Hedera 21…
Our Judges — Kyle Baron, Managing Partner BCW Group & Scott Thiel also gave a preview to the challenge on the webinar with Hedera:
Update: 03/03/2021 — Result Announcements
After 4 weeks of the Hedera21 — Hello Tokenization Hackathon concludes with over 600 participants and 54 projects, we are pleased to announce the Winners of the DLA Piper & BCW Group Challenge: Enhancing Tokenization Functionality.
1st place winner — Asseto
Prize: $5,000 USD worth of HBAR + An opportunity to join an enterprise team building on HTS
2nd place winner — Unibar
Prize: $2,000 USD worth of HBAR + An opportunity to join an enterprise team building on HTS
Watch the result announcement here
Announcing the Hedera21 - Hello Tokenization -... | Hedera Hashgraph
After 4 weeks of hacking, the Hedera21 - Hello Tokenization hackathon has come to an end. With over 600 participants…
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