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Yet another hackathon has ended! We are happy to announce the winners of the latest sprint of this hackathon season - the 0xHack hackathon.
But first, a recap of the past months, that have been central for Golem: in March we launched Beta1 on mainnet - the first official, albeit still experimental, mainnet version of Golem, aka Yagna. In April we ran our “Mainnet is here” hackathon, to gather feedback from our community and we also launched a Bug Bounty Competition.
In May we joined the 0xHack Hackathon organized by EthWorks, alongside other sponsors, including Polygon, Status, Hermez, Ramp, Chainlink and Moonbeam. During this hackathon, we hosted technical workshops (here you can see our workshop “Golem: Workshop: Architecture, SDKs and tips”), community discussions (here’s our Advisor discussing “Golem: Growing an ecosystem the Golem way”), and we also joined and moderated panels around NFTs and Layer2.
In the 0xHack we had an Open Track with two prizes of 5k USDC each - we wanted our community members to be free to expand the boundaries of what can be built on Golem.
It was intense, it was fun, and it’s now over. So let’s see the projects that won!
This submission (linked above) is by GitHub user MarijnStevens and ControlCplusControlV. This hack is exciting because it focuses on making 64 bit arm architecture able to run Golem. So you can get out your Raspberry Pi and put it to work!
A fun fact is that running a Raspberry Pi under maximum load should cost no more than roughly 5 dollars per year. So it’s a piece of hardware that could really suit the network and some particular lighter tasks. Something important to note is that your Raspberry Pi won’t be running at maximum load the ...
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