The theme for this iteration of the competition is 'peer-to-peer' applications that involve direct interaction between participants on the Bitcoin network.
TonicPow started off as a little widget that you could put on your website, but it has since then evolved into an advertising ecosystem using Bitcoin to solve decade-old challenges.
The coding round for the 4th Bitcoin SV Hackathon ends at 6 p.m. CEST on July 26. Sponsored by Bitcoin Association and nChain, the event with the theme “peer-to-peer applications” is offering one of the biggest prize pools of US$100,000.
After placing second runner up in the second Bitcoin SV Hackathon back in August 2019, Britevue—then known as TrueReviews—has gone from strength to strength.
On June 24, the participants will get the opportunity to hone their skills as they continue in their development journey at the ongoing BSV Hackathon webinar.
At the recently held CoinGeek Conference in Zurich, Switzerland, Steve Shadders presented a live demonstration of a Teranode ramp-up.
The event, sponsored by Bitcoin Association in partnership with nChain, has a total prize pool of US$100,000 and will run until July 26, 2021, when an expert judging panel will decide three finalists.
The theme for the 4th Bitcoin SV Hackathon is ‘peer-to-peer’ applications—not just payments, but any type of application that involves direct interaction between participants on the Bitcoin network.
Following his tweet on Tesla dropping Bitcoin as a payment option for its products, Elon Musk initiated block size conversation on Twitter and triggered small-block supporters.
The fourth Bitcoin SV Hackathon will also feature an extended coding period, allowing developers to refine their ideas and applications.
The 4th Bitcoin SV Hackathon, organized by Bitcoin Association, will commence on June 14 with a US$100,000 (payable in BSV) prize pool staked for the winners.