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Devery Online Hackathon

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Devery is launching DeveryJS, an open source JavaScript framework that enables any developer to integrate blockchain functions to applications without requiring the need to learn or know blockchain-centric languages.

The hackathon has been organised in conjuction with the upcoming launch of the framework on the 2nd of October to encourage innovative ideas from the community on possible uses of the framework.

The hackathon will launch on the 2nd of October and last 2 weeks for submissions. This event will be held online, thus allowing anyone anywhere to participate. We encourage individuals and groups to participate, with a group size of 1–5 individuals being ideal. The winners will be judged by submission, and hence groups will have to share the prize money.

If you're a developer, a designer or a hustler, join the Devery Hackathon slack channel to form a team (if you don't have one) or participate as an individual.

Prizes and Judges

We have allocated approximately US $10,000 in total including cash and other prizes, with the first prize being US $3,000 in cash plus EVE, and Devery merchandise.

More importantly, we want to encourage innovative ideas, and are willing to support teams with really innovative ideas beyond the hackathon. We believe future utility of any ecosystem will be dependent on both the teams and independent developers utilising these technologies.

We also have a great list of judges, both internally and externally, who will be assisting us with the judging. We would like to thank Seema Johnson, current COO of Nuggets, Matthew Markham advisor to Axpire, and Moritz Neto from Tenzorum for taking the time to help judge the entries.

Visit devery.io/hackathon for more information

For help, or any bugs that you may encounter, you can raise issues on the slack channel. Devery developers may jump in to help if it is related to to DeveryJS. Otherwise, feel free to crowdsource ideas on the slack channel.

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