Join the MIT Bitcoin Expo in building our decentralized future. We will be bringing together 250 developers, hackers, and industry expert from around the world to compete in a 24-hour hackathon to build the best decentralized technology for Web 3.0. This year, the MIT Bitcoin Hackathon will be taking place March 16-17, 2018. We'll be providing hackers with free food, travel reimbusements, prizes, and opportunities to present their projects to top industry judges at the annual MIT Bitcoin Expo.
Get ready to push forward the future of development!
$38,000 in prizes
$5000 in Bitcoin, mentorship from VCs, and presentation at the MIT Bitcoin Expo to the best project of the hackathon
$4000 in Bitcoin and presentation at the MIT Bitcoin Expo to the team awarded second place
$3000 in Bitcoin and presentation at the MIT Bitcoin Expo to the team awarded third place
Top seven teams will be selected to present at the MIT Bitcoin Expo
$2500 to the team that best utilizes Dharma Protocol
City of Zion
$5000 in Gas to the team with the project that best uses NEO smart contract
ARCC - Asia Reserve Currency Coin
$3000 to the team with the best social impact project
Best Bitcoin Hack
$3000 in Bitcoin to the team that best utilizes Bitcoin
$5000 to the team with the most impressive cryptofinancial use cases on Ethereum, especially those using multi-token smart contracts.
$2500 awarded to the team with the best implementation of one of the following challenges:
P2P Offline-First Apps — make a distributed p2p app that works offline first, and syncs state with connected peers. Examples: Social networks (twitter), chat client, collab editable docs, collab editable spreadsheets, collab programming environment.
Naming Systems. Build or implement a simple naming system, mapping from human readable names to IPFS hashes. Interesting directions: using a blockchain or other BFT consensus, using CRDTs, partition tolerant systems, community shared names, relative names, permanent names.
$5000 to the team that best utilizes NuCypher
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Participants must be university students or professionals.
Submissions should include the project description and, if possible, a link to a working demo.