Two of CATN8’s founders, Marcel Gruber and Dave Foderick, join Jon Southurst on The Bitcoin Bridge to discuss their project and how they ultimately bagged third place at the 4th Bitcoin SV Hackathon.
In this episode of CoinGeek Backstage, Marcel Gruber talks about his experiences as the third finalist of the 4th Bitcoin SV Hackathon.
Joe Thomas, winner of the 4th Bitcoin SV Hackathon, caught up with Stephanie Tower on CoinGeek Backstage to talk about his winning project—Bitcoin Phone.
Bitcoin Phone is a project created by Canadian developer Joe Thomas that aims to bring dynamic transactions and real-time network communication to the BSV blockchain.
The Hackathon attracted over 600 developers, with majority joining solo while others paired up, culminating in 3 projects that will fight it out at CoinGeek NY.
The 4th BSV Hackathon finally has the three projects that made it into the finals and will present at CoinGeek New York for a share of the $100,000 payable in BSV.
Bitcoin SV Hackathons are global coding competitions designed to challenge developers to learn about the technical and scaling power of Bitcoin’s original protocol, as well as innovate on the fly.
The 4th Bitcoin SV Hackathon began on July 14, with the theme for this iteration being “peer-to-peer applications,” as developers were urged to utilize the SPV Channels in their applications.
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.