RSK and positive impact on society

Join us at the 1st RSK Hackathon in Bangkok @ KX Knowledge Exchange!

If you are a developer ready to be challenged and interested in blockchain tech and decentralised apps this is a great opportunity to show your skills while learning from one of the leading blockchain projects in the world (RSK)!

The weekend will kick off on Saturday morning with an introduction to smart contract development with RSK, the smart contract platform secured by the Bitcoin blockchain.

Teams will then have until Sunday 4pm to code and will present on Sunday afternoon to a jury consisting of head of software development, RSK co-founder Gabriel Kurman, RSK Tech Community Coordinator Alejandro Banzas, Tokenomi founder Alexis Nicosia, Blockchain investor and Coinsilium CEO Eddy Travia.

We will also present MESG an application-building infrastructure that makes it easy for developers to combine any technologies together, including blockchains, web APIs or any other technology that sends and receives data.

Because it’s easy to combine technologies, developers can build apps using any of their favorite tools or platforms, such as RSK, while also increasing their app’s functionality, compatibility and efficiency by using MESG.

MESG is open-source, event-driven and decentralized, allowing developers to share and reuse code to assemble applications without the busy work.

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Eligibility

Who can go?
Students, Developers, UX/UI Designers. 


Do I need a team? 
If there is a group of you who would like to participate as team then great! If not, we will ensure that we can find you a team, and introduce you to new people. Teams are a minimum of 2 people, maximum of 4.

Do I need to bring a laptop? 
Yes, we are not able to provide computers.

Requirements

demo and supporting code of a blockchain-based solution/proof-of-concept. Examples of sectors: financial inclusion, payment, digital identity, health care, social impact, (submission can be outside these)

How to enter

Start training yourself and find the RSK documentation in https://docs.rsk.co  and MESG documentation https://docs.mesg.com 

Bring your laptop with all the requirenment installed to save time.

If you have questions, reach us!

Judges

eddy travia

eddy travia
coinsilium

alexis nicosia

alexis nicosia
tokenomi

gabriel kurman

gabriel kurman
RSK

alexis sirkia

alexis sirkia
yellow

Judging Criteria

  • Most Creative Project
    A project that will spawn other ideas
  • Best Dapp
    The best decentralized application built on the RSK protocol
  • Best Utility
    A project that simplifies the access to the tech and user friendly point of entry to the RSK tech and tools