ETHWaterloo is the world's Largest Ethereum Hackathon, held in Waterloo, Canada this fall. It will give ambitious and talented developers the opportunity to work alongside the inventors of Ethereum for a 36-hour hackathon.
Speakers and judges include Vitalik Buterin, Joseph Lubin, Jeff Coleman, William Mougayar, Joey Krug, Stephan Tual, and many others.
Join Hackers and Technology Leaders for the World's Largest Ethereum Hackathon
WATERLOO, Ont., August 1st, 2017 -- ETHWaterloo is proud to announce its inaugural event this Fall. Founded by a group of hackers and blockchain enthusiasts, ETHWaterloo will be the largest Ethereum based hackathon in the world with a mission to help build the future of the decentralized internet by introducing developers to Ethereum technology. Ethereum, which is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts, recently gained the support of some of the largest companies in the world as part of the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance.
ETHWaterloo will bring many of the most talented hackers and developers from across the world to build decentralized applications and infrastructure on top of Ethereum. Hackers will get the chance to be mentored by influential leaders working on blockchain technology such as University of Waterloo dropout and Ethereum Founder, Vitalik Buterin.
The hackathon, which takes place on October 13th-15th at the Centre for International Governance Innovation in Waterloo, will invite over 60 teams to compete during the weekend. Judging the hackathon will be a group of experts including Vitalik Buterin, Joseph Lubin, Jeff Coleman, William Mougayar, Joey Krug, Stephan Tual and others.
Applications will open later this summer, but interested developers can sign up now at ethwaterloo.com or follow @ETHWaterloo for updates.
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