• Submissions must be your own original work 
  • No duplicate accounts allowed. If we suspect of you doing this all of your accounts will be disqualified.
  • Apps must be open source, with the full source code available on Github. Feel free to use whatever OSS license you prefer.
  • Applications should be sufficiently complex, as evaluated by the core judges. For example, a simple ‘hello world’ app is not complex enough to receive a reward. Broken/non-functional submissions will also be rejected. You should aim for a product that an end-user could reasonably start to use.
  • Your submission must include an link to a live, functioning, and running instance of the app itself, as well as a link to the repository it is stored within. 
  • All applicants must join our Discord Dev server and share your submission in the #devpost-hackathon channel upon completion
  • All submissions must include a screenshot, a brief description and usage instructions of the application and functionalities in the GitHub repo.
Reward details
  • All prizes will be paid in ETH
  • The value of ETH to USD will be pegged at the time of transfer, which follows the successful submission and provision of recipients’ ETH addresses.
  • Only submissions that are judged by the core judges and meet the submission criteria will receive a prize.