• You will receive a GitHub repository from the organisation to submit your work. Only submissions in your official repository will be considered.
  • To qualify for consideration by the judges, your submission must use at least one of the technologies of the Convergence Stack:
    • Fetch.AI - decentralised digital world in which useful economic activity takes place
    • Sovrin - decentralised metasystem for identity
    • IOTA - permissionless distributed ledger for a new economy
    • Ocean Protocol - a┬ádecentralized data exchange protocol to unlock data for AI
    • Agoric - secure smart contracts
    • SEED - powering the bot economy on blockchain
    • OrbitDB (Haja Networks) - decentralised peer to peer databases
    • FISSION - Developer tools for next generation hostless apps
    • Enigma - secure computation protocol that brings privacy to any kind of computation
    • Ethereum - Network for decentralized applications
    • Bitcoin - Peer-to-peer electronic cash
    • RightMesh - Networking software extending connectivity
    • Cosmos - A network of independent, scalable and interoperable blockchains
    • FOAM - Crowdsourced mapping and location services
    • Chainlink - Delivering trusted data to blockchains
    • Golem - Network for shared computing power
    • Aragon - Network for open organisations
  • Or your solution must use at least one of following Diffusion partner technologies. Note that a submission will be regarded more positively by the judges if it also uses one or more of the technologies out of the Convergence Stack.
    • Parity Substrate: A framework for building blockchains and spawning decentralised innovation
    • DAOStack: operating system for decentralised governance
    • iExec: blockchain-based decentralised cloud computing
  • The only exception to the above technology requirements is the Token Engineering track, where the┬ádesign challenge is generic, not referring to a specific protocol/technology.
  • You can use any programming language, operating system or technology platform you want.
  • You may use existing code to start with, but you must make clear which new work you have produced in the hackathon. Your submission will be judged only on the new work.
  • You also need to adhere to the code of conduct which is hosted on our website in the FAQs here: diffusion.events