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.
- 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!
$183,500 in prizes
Overall runner ups
Chainlink will award three prizes totaling $7,000. One grand prize of $4,000, one 1st place prize of $2,000, and one 3rd prize for $1,000 for best use of Chainlink smart contracts.
POA Network will award three prizes in POA tokens totaling $6,000. One grand prize of $3000 POA, a 1st prize of $2000 POA and a second prize of $1000 POA to the top three projects deployed on POA Network.
Celer Network will award $3500 in ETH to three teams for the most innovative use case ($2500), the best user experience ($500) and the most complete implementation ($500) using Celer Network's mobile SDK.
Dharma will award $2500 in ETH to the best, most creative, applixation built on top of the Dharma protocol.
Loopring will award two prizes of $3500 in LRC each. One for the most creative use of the Loopring protocol, and another for the best DEX built on the Loopring protocol.
Kyber will award $3000 in KNC tokens to the team with the most innovative use case of Kyber’s on-chain liquidity protocol.
The Graph will award $5000 to the team with the best use of the Graph protocol.
Coinbase will award $1000 in ETH to the best mobile responsive DApp on the Coinbase Wallet.
Bloqboard is offering one prize of $1500 to the best application/solution built using Bloqboard or Loanscan APIs.
Set Protocol is offering a total of $3000 to the three best applications built using the Set Developer Platform.
0x will be awarding 2,500 ZRX tokens to the ETH SF hackathon team with the best project utilizing the 0x Protocol
MakerDao will award two prizes, one for $2500 in DAI to the team with the best use of the Maker API, and one for $2000 to the team with the best visualization project making use of the Maker API.
Bloom will award three different prizes:
1- Best Use of BloomID For Login: Use BloomID to allow a user to login to your application, receive a prize of $3,500 + Swag.
2- Best Use of Bloom Protocol in Identity: Use Bloom Protocol’s KYC for ID Verification, receive $2,500 + Bloom Swag.
3- Best Use of Bloom Protocol in Lending: Allow a user to get a loan and process at least 1 on-chain loan. $5,000 + Bloom Patagonia Sweaters.
Consensys will award 2 ETH to the team with the best chain abstraction layer integration.
Connext will award $3000 in ETH split into two prizes, one to the team that has the most innovative use case for a Connext Hub and one for the team that is able to deliver the best user experience for a Connext Hub app.
NuCypher will award $2500 for the most interesting project built utilizing any NuCypher technology, including proxy re-encryption for managing permissions over encrypted data or nuFHE
Quantstamp will award $2000 to the team that best improves the presentation of audit reports.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Chief Scientist - Ethereum Foundation
VC - Paradigm
VC - Scalar Capital
Simon de la Rouviere
Storyteller - ConsenSys
Co-Founder - Zero Knowledge
Co-Founder - 0x Project
Co-Founder - Polkadot
Co-Founder - L4 & ETHGlobal
Co-Founder - Parity
VC - SV Angel
Grant Manager - Ethereum Community Fund
Co-Founder - Augur
Partner - 1kx
Co-Founder - DIRT Protocol
Founding Team - Ethereum Foundation
Evan Van Ness
Week in Ethereum - ConsenSys
CEO - Kyber Network
Co-Founder - Celer
Co-Founder - Infura
Partner - Multicoin
Co-Founder - Counterfactual
Director of Design - Coinbase
Director of Product - ETHPrize
Founder - ETHPrize
Partner - Electric Capital
Co-Founder - Veil
Distributed Web - IDEO
The completeness and functionality of the project, and the relevancy of the resources utilized to accomplish the goal of the project.
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.
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.
The project is exceptional in some manner.