Web3 Weekend Hackathon 2021: Chainlink Bounty Winners

Web3 Weekend Hackathon 2021: Chainlink Bounty Winners

We’re excited to announce the Chainlink bounty winners from ETHGlobal’s recent Web3 Weekend Hackathon 2021. These projects brought advanced smart contract use cases to life using a range of Chainlink oracle network functionality, including External Adapters to store data on IPFS nodes, Chainlink Price Feeds, and Chainlink VRF. This group of winners showcases how Chainlink oracles enable a wide variety of use cases around novel data types and computations beyond the widely adopted Price Feeds and evidences the broad possibilities of hybrid smart contract architecture.

We awarded projects a total of $3,000 in prizes, with $1,000 going to each of the three top projects. Each winning Web3 Weekend Hackathon project used Chainlink oracles to securely connect Ethereum smart contracts to off-chain data and resources. These hackathon prizes help support and motivate teams and builders across the DeFi and smart contract industry to use the many oracle functionalities provided by the Chainlink Network.

Thank you to all the participants, sponsors, and judges at ETHGlobal’s Web3 Weekend Hackathon for coming together to #BuildwithChainlink and continuing to push our industry forward with innovative hybrid smart contract applications.

The winners below are highlighted in alphabetical order.

Booster Protocol

Booster Protocol built a framework for collectible NFT and gaming dApps to use for integrating randomized booster packs. Developer Sergio Yanez also built an example dApp, CryptoEmblems, that allows users to buy packs of collectible stickers. Chainlink VRF is used to provide a secure source of randomness when opening packs, giving every user a provably fair chance at receiving any sticker from the collection. As a framework, Booster can be used to add this functionality to many gaming NFT projects in need of dynamic booster pack features.

Web3 Weekend Hackathon 2021: Chainlink Bounty Winners
The Booster Kiosk requests a random number from Chainlink VRF to determine which ...

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