4 months ago

Meet the EOSIO Challenge Winner!

Following months of hard work, spirited collaboration and many innovative submissions, a winning solution has been named. 

Congratulations to Syed Jafri, developer of eosio.evm, for winning the Block.one EOSIO Challenge! The solution addresses blockchain interoperability and helps to expand blockchain availability. 

The winning solution will remain open-sourced as a developer tool, and we welcome you to test it out. And while the challenge has ended, you don’t have to stop developing. Wisdom lies within our communities and we will continue to offer new opportunities. Check out our ongoing hackathons and challenges and put your skills to the test.  

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4 months ago

A Note from the Devpost Team

Thank you for participating in the EOSIO Smart Contracts Challenge! We are less than one week away from the first round of judging and we are confident there are some great solutions in the works. 

We’ve been in awe by the innovation from our community and the work you all have done to help transform technology as we know it, bringing us one step closer to making blockchain work for everyone. 

To help you stay motivated, read this blog from Dan Larimer, CTO, Block.one: Standing Together: Collaborating Across the Ecosystem to Make Blockchain Work for Everyone 

Keep up the…

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4 months ago

First round of judging coming soon - do you meet the requirements?

With the first round of judging coming up on May 18, it’s a good time to check in with yourself and ensure your project is in line with the challenge requirements.

As a reminder, here are some key challenge points to keep in mind as you are working on your project:

Main Requirement: Create an EOSIO smart contract which can store and invoke EVM (Solidity) Smart Contracts in a virtual Ethereum-like environment. Please see the technical requirements for further information.

In addition:

  • Are you submitting an EOSIO Smart Contract?
  • Did you adhere to all technical requirements? (Review them here

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5 months ago

Let the testing begin, get your solution ready

As a reminder, the judges will be testing solutions every three months, with the first round of judging in May, until a winning solution is found and the grand prize will go to the first individual/team to solve the challenge.

Want a shot at the $200K prize?  Be sure to follow these steps:

Start your submission now

Starting a submission is a good way to make sure that your project meets the requirements. Remember: With every new release to your code, you must attach a matching zip file of your code to a new submission form on Devpost.

Submission checklist

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5 months ago

Video tips to help get you one step closer

Although the demo video is not required, it is highly recommended in order to help you showcase your smart contract solution.

Your video tells the story behind your submission, providing a clear display of your solution and talent in a video.  Helpful topics include:

  • Walkthrough of new account creation from an EOSIO account

  • Walkthrough of deploying an EVM contract

  • Walkthrough of depositing EOSIO tokens, interacting with an EVM contract and withdrawing balance.

If you need more advice, check out our video-making best practices.

Remember: the grand prize will go to the first individual/team to solve the challenge.

Questions?

If…

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6 months ago

Technical Requirement and Community Reminder

Here is a reminder of the main requirements for the challenge:

Main Requirement: Create an EOSIO smart contract which can store and invoke EVM (Solidity) Smart Contracts in a virtual Ethereum-like environment. Please see the technical requirements for further information.

In addition:

  • All submissions must be an EOSIO Smart Contract that adheres to the technical requirements. The format for submissions is strict: so be sure to read all requirements carefully, and re-read them often.
  • All submissions must include BOTH a link to your publicly accessible GitHub Release AND a matching zip file containing the Release code. (Include any required…

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6 months ago

Meet the requirements, solve the challenge

Understanding the requirements is sometimes half the battle to making a great submission, as a reminder, here are some key challenge points to keep in mind as you are working on your project:

Main Requirement: Create an EOSIO smart contract which can store and invoke EVM (Solidity) Smart Contracts in a virtual Ethereum-like environment. Please see the technical requirements for further information.

In addition:

  • All submissions must be an EOSIO Smart Contract that adheres to the technical requirements. The format for submissions is strict: so be sure to read all requirements carefully, and re-read them often.
  • All submissions must…

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7 months ago

One month down, keep up the good work

Thank you for participating in the EOSIO Smart Contracts Challenge!  We are one month in and, although there hasn’t been a winning solution yet, we are confident there are some great solutions in the works!

By challenging developers, professionals, and hobbyists alike to test their skills, showcase their potential, and transform technology as we know it, we are one step closer to making blockchain work for everyone.

Keep up the great work!

 

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.


7 months ago

Resources at your fingertips

 

Figuring out where to start with your EOSIO Smart Contracts Challenge solution can be a hurdle in your building journey.  The Resources Tab can be a great place to find your footing and take advantage of the documents and other helpful tips.  

Already working on your solution, but could use a little help? These resources are there to assist and may bring you one step closer to the $200K prize!

Remember: the $200,000 prize will go to the first individual/team to solve the challenge.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum

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8 months ago

Join Slack and connect with the Dev Community

Whether or not you have started building your solution for the EOSIO Smart Contracts Challenge, the Slack Workspace is the perfect place to connect with other developers!

Not only can you bounce ideas off each other and ask other developers for technical help, but you can also ask the Devpost teams questions!

Looking for a challenge team?  The Slack Workspace can also help you connect with potential teammates.  (You can also search the challenge Participants Page to message other developers.)

A team may be a great way to conquer this challenge.  Remember: the $200,000 prize will go to the first

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