At the recently held CoinGeek Conference in Zurich, Switzerland, Steve Shadders presented a live demonstration of a Teranode ramp-up.
Under 20 teams and individuals participated in the first RUN2K21 Hackathon, with Sabroshi taking first place and the top prize of 77 BSV or roughly US$12,000.
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.
The HandCash Hackathon is targeting individuals who have never built on the BSV blockchain or any other digital currency network before.
China is shaking down the digital currency market, forcing mining companies in the country to make drastic changes in their operations.
The fourth Bitcoin SV Hackathon will also feature an extended coding period, allowing developers to refine their ideas and applications.
RUN announced a hackathon to take place over a weekend from June 4-6, 2021, to incentivize development atop their token protocol.
HandCash will be giving prizes to the hackathon contestants that come in first through tenth place, according to HandCash co-founder and CTO Rafael Jimenez Seibane.
Founding President of the Bitcoin Association Jimmy Nguyen and nChain CTO Steve Shadders hosted on September 17 the first of many virtual Bitcoin regional meetups.