We are excited to introduce the Injective X Google Cloud Illuminate Hackathon.
The Injective x Google Cloud Illuminate Hackathon is the prime builder launchpad for Web3 finance applications with a $100,000 prize pool. Developers globally are invited to join to build innovative Web3 projects that can revolutionize the blockchain industry as a whole.
It is a unique opportunity for builders to continue showcasing their creativity and innovation within the Injective ecosystem. As we’ve witnessed applications across all sectors building on Injective, this hackathon has expanded its track options, allowing for even more projects to participate. In addition, Injective and Google Cloud will be providing technical guidance, mentorship and prizes to help accelerate startups into the next stages of their growth.
You are encouraged to participate regardless of your project stage. The Injective Illuminate Hackathon encourages all builders to create native projects on Injective which currently stands as the fastest layer 1 blockchain. Participants can create projects in areas such as DeFi, NFTs, SocialFi, gaming, tooling and more. A list of potential hackathon project ideas will also be published in the coming days.
DeFi, Infrastructure and Tooling
Web3 (NFT, Gaming and SocialFi)
Community Choice Award
More to be announced
1.All submissions need to deploy on the Injective Testnet or Mainnet and include the following
a)Name and summary of the project;
b)Name of team member(s) and roles;
c)An overview of what problem is being addressed and how the team resolves the identified problem through this creation;
d)The design process behind the project;
e)The value this project brings to the Injective Ecosystem
All submission materials must be in English, including the demonstration video, text description, and testing instructions, as well as any other materials submitted.
Once all submissions are collected, Injective will distribute a list to the judges for evaluation. Teams and individuals who submitted projects will be evaluated on the following criteria:
Can this project continue to grow and evolve?
Is the user experience and design of the project well thought out?
Is the contract properly tested?
Have relevant test cases been covered with unit tests?
How creative and unique is the project?
Is the idea feasible?
How adaptable is it across other ecosystems and integrations?
How impactful and useful is the submission for the larger Injective ecosystem?
Does the interaction with Injective demonstrate quality software development?
How well was the idea executed by the developer?
Does the project work as designed?
What is the level of skill or knowledge required to build the project?
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