We’re excited to announce that registration is officially open for our biggest hackathon yet! From October 22 to November 28, 2021, developers, creators, and artists from across the blockchain ecosystem will come together to learn, collaborate, and build the next generation of hybrid smart contract applications, with the chance to win from a total prize pool of $300k. Register below to secure your spot today.
Whether you’re a veteran blockchain developer or just getting started in the space, our Chainlink Fall 2021 Hackathon is the perfect environment to level up your skills and learn alongside other community members with the mentorship of industry-leading smart contract experts. The hackathon features a wide range of introductory courses and resources for newcomers plus a wealth of prizes and opportunities for the more experienced. New to blockchain? No problem. Our different tracks give new developers the opportunity to skill up in a low-stakes environment and explore technical workshops led by world-class engineers. Already have an idea for a standout dApp? This is your chance to build it.
Realizing the Potential of Hybrid Smart Contracts
This year’s fall hackathon builds on the success of our past events, where individual participants and teams leveraged Chainlink’s wide range of off-chain services to build hybrid smart contract applications that are redefining what dApps can do. From decentralized weather insurance platforms to Tesla API blockchain integrations, past Chainlink hackathon winners have showcased a broad scope of new smart contract functionalities that are pushing innovation forward across the blockchain ecosystem.
Whether you need secure market data for a DeFi app, verifiable randomness for a blockchain-based game, or low-cost off-chain computation to automate various contract functions, Chainlink’s flexible oracle infrastructure provides developers with the extensive suite of decentralized services they need to build more feature-rich dApps.
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