We hope you’ve had a great start to 2020! We’re throwing it back with a retro of our final hackathon of 2019. During the Global Communities Virtual Hackathon, the goal was to build on our past successes made possible by the Gitcoin community. And to celebrate the hard work put in this year, we decided to offer up more than the usual prizes. In partnership with the BUIDL Network, we held a series of global in-person meetups and introduced the Community Choice Award for the best-voted project within our hacker ranks.
January has flown by, and with it, the Take Back The Web hackathon is complete and in the review/payout phase. Fortunately, while you eagerly await the results, there is more on the horizon. For all 452 of you who successfully took the web back, we now need your help figuring out how to sustain it!
ETHDenver is arguably the best time of the year (that is if you’re a fan of Colorado and Ethereum). As you may know, Gitcoin was founded and built in...
Hey Gitcoiners! After a quiet end to a successful 2019, we are back to inaugurate the new year with our first hackathon of 2020. This year is shaping up to be pivotal for both Ethereum and the blockchain industry in general, and we couldn’t be more excited for you to see what Gitcoin has in store. To kick things off, we have the Take Back The Web virtual hackathon in full swing, running from January 9th – January 23rd.
Web3 World is halfway done folks. It’s our latest hackathon in our stream of global hackalongs tapping talent across the world. Starting last Monday, hundreds of hackers have since flocked to our Discord and Issue Explorer to attack the bounties our sponsors have posted.
We hope you all have been enjoying your spooky October season so far: in Gitcoin world, things are more exciting than ever. Devcon 5 has concluded, along with our...
Just when you thought we were taking a break, the Gitcoin team is back with a new hackathon with a variety of juicy challenges for you to dig into!