ETHSanFrancisco - World's Biggest Ethereum Hackathon

ETHSF Sunday Project Submission & Judging Fair

We hope you’ve had an incredible weekend #buidling! We’re excited to see what you’ve built and on Sunday you’ll have a chance to share your projects with everyone in the ETH San Francisco Judging Fair taking place between 10:00am-1:00pm.

Submitting your Project to Devpost

  • Please create and submit your team name and members as soon as possible on Devpost (ideally tonight). Final deadline for submission edits is 10:00 AM - SUBMIT YOUR HACK BY 9:45 AM TO BE SAFE.
  • All team members must be registered in Devpost
  • Your final project submission must include:
    • A concise description
    • A link to all your source code on a public Github repo
    • List all Sponsor APIs/Protocols your project integrated with

#BUIDL Fair & Judging

  • All hackers must vacate the tables in the main stage area at 9:00am
  • Your team will be assigned a table number viewable at ethsanfrancisco.com/judging
  • Set up at your assigned table between 9:30am-10:00am. Your team must be fully set-up by 10:00am.
  • Please write your project name and a short description of your project on your table card
  • Judges will visit each of the tables starting with 1 and continuing until reaching the end of each row. Please ensure your full team is present at your table when the judges reach your table.
  • Before/After judging, your team is invited to walk around and meet other teams, learning about their projects.
  • When the judges arrive at your table, please greet them briefly (<1 min) and shortly after, a timekeeper accompanying the judges will start a timer on a device facing you to help you pace your presentation. When the alarm rings, no additional conversation regarding your project can take place. This alarm is a hard stop for the sake of fairness.
  • You will have a total of 7 minutes with the judges. This is very strict and rewards teams who are able to efficiently communicate and demonstrate their project. We suggest allocating approximately 5 minutes to your presentation and 2 minutes to judge questions.
  • The top 10 projects will be notified between 1-1:30pm and will be invited to present their project on the main stage during the closing ceremony, starting at 1:30pm.

After Party

  • Following the Closing Ceremony, we cordially invite you to join us for the ETH San Francisco After Party at The Lot hosted by MAKER
  • Come celebrate with all ETHSanFrancisco attendees and enjoy complimentary drinks!

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Judges

Vitalik Buterin

Vitalik Buterin
Chief Scientist - Ethereum Foundation

Fred Ehrsam

Fred Ehrsam
VC - Paradigm

Linda Xie

Linda Xie
VC - Scalar Capital

Simon de la Rouviere

Simon de la Rouviere
Storyteller - ConsenSys

Anna Rose

Anna Rose
Co-Founder - Zero Knowledge

Will Warren

Will Warren
Co-Founder - 0x Project

Rob Habermeier

Rob Habermeier
Co-Founder - Polkadot

Liam Horne

Liam Horne
Co-Founder - L4 & ETHGlobal

Bjorn Wagner

Bjorn Wagner
Co-Founder - Parity

Kartik Talwar

Kartik Talwar
VC - SV Angel

Cassandra Shi

Cassandra Shi
Grant Manager - Ethereum Community Fund

Joey Krug

Joey Krug
Co-Founder - Augur

Lasse Clausen

Lasse Clausen
Partner - 1kx

Yin Wu

Yin Wu
Co-Founder - DIRT Protocol

Ethan Wilding

Ethan Wilding
Founding Team - Ethereum Foundation

Evan Van Ness

Evan Van Ness
Week in Ethereum - ConsenSys

Loi Luu

Loi Luu
CEO - Kyber Network

Mo Dong

Mo Dong
Co-Founder - Celer

Eleazar Galano

Eleazar Galano
Co-Founder - Infura

Kyle Samani

Kyle Samani
Partner - Multicoin

Jeff Coleman

Jeff Coleman
Co-Founder - Counterfactual

Connie Yang

Connie Yang
Director of Design - Coinbase

Mitch Kosowski

Mitch Kosowski
Director of Product - ETHPrize

Robbie Bent

Robbie Bent
Founder - ETHPrize

Avichal Garg

Avichal Garg
Partner - Electric Capital

Mert Celebi

Mert Celebi
Co-Founder - Veil

Dan Elitzer

Dan Elitzer
Distributed Web - IDEO

Judging Criteria

  • Technical
    The completeness and functionality of the project, and the relevancy of the resources utilized to accomplish the goal of the project.
  • Original
    A project that hasn’t been done before, or doesn’t currently exist. The project addressing a new or unsolved problem, or creating unique solution to an existing problem.
  • Ambitious
    The complexity of the problem being addressed, or the approach to solving it.
  • Design and User Experience
    The user experience and flow of the project is pleasant and delightful.
  • Wow Factor
    The project is exceptional in some manner.