Welcome to DecentralHacks 2021, a 15-day long hackathon for blockchain centric-solutions that aims to affect social good in fields such as DeFi, Healthcare, NFT, and Fintech.
Over the last decade, blockchain’s growth has hinged on its ability to bring people from different knowledge backgrounds together, and we want to help with that process. DecentralHacks 2021 aims to inspire developers and spark interest in novice and adept programmers alike through education, discussion, challenge, and intrigue.
The second edition of DecentralHacks is divided into 3 stages:
An idea is worth nothing unless implemented. Learn the fundamentals of blockchain & how its development tools work so you can bring your ideas to life.
This stage is accompanied by our virtual summit The Road to Metamorphosis which features speakers, workshops, and more! Open to all developers, crypto enthusiasts, and anyone interested in learning more about blockchain! Register here for the summit!
A little help can go a long way. Spend some time with our mentors and other blockchain experts to better understand how best to create your masterpiece.
Join our community to engage, and seek out fellow developers to form teams. Join our Discord!
The most revolutionary dreams are those which don’t let you sleep. Thousands of developers hammer away at their keyboards for an entire week, building their way to victory!
Compete for a prize pool of over $5000+! More prizes to be added!
We are currently finalizing our speakers, sponsors, and the agenda for the hackathon and summit, till then feel free to check out our past events and details here!
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