Welcome to the Polkadot Buildathon: India! This India-focused hackathon is a 9-week online event that provides great opportunities to learn how to build a blockchain, join a talented, global community and show off your talent as a developer! Stand a chance to win from a pool of $14,000!
Follow the checklist below to get started:
Polkadot is an advanced sharded, multichain network founded by Dr. Gavin Wood, the co-founder and former chief technology officer of Ethereum and creator of the Solidity programming language. Polkadot is built using Substrate, a blockchain-building framework that makes it easy to create a blockchain optimized for any use case.
In recognition of India’s reputation at the forefront of software development, Polkadot Buildathon: India aims to support the development of a thriving blockchain ecosystem on the continent.
We've put together a detailed guide to help you get started. It contains the information needed about the hackathon as well as some useful ideas and technical resources.
Join the Polkadot Discord for technical support, team formation inquiries or any questions you might have.
Read the official hackathon rules for additional details.
If entering with a project that existed prior to the start of the Submission Period, you will be required to explain how the submission has been updated during the Submission Period. Judging will only take into account the parts of the project that have been updated during the Submission Period. Clearly describe in the submission’s readme file and video what parts of the project were updated and which not.
Polkadot Buildathon: India's Email
Polkadot Buildathon: India's Twitter
Polkadot Buildathon: India's LinkedIn
1 - 6
Got more questions? Reach out to [email protected]
No reviews for this rating yet.
Were the organizers able to communicate all the details about the hackathon logistics properly?
Was the hackathon fun to participate in?
How would you rate the talks and workshops?
How was the mentorship available at the hackathon?
How was your overall experience with the hackathon?