FLOW Grant Round 1 Online Hackathon is On! Join Flow Developer Community.
Flow Grant Online Hackathon Kicks Off
Built by the team behind the hit NFT project CryptoKitties, Flow is a fast, secure and developer-friendly blockchain designed to support the next generation of games, apps and the digital assets that power them.
From March 25, 2021 — June 12, 2021, Flow will kick off the first Flow Grant Online Hackathon + Workshop on Hackerlink.io, DoraHacks’ developer platform. 5,000 USDC is the initial prize pool for the Hackathon to support early enthusiasts, developers and projects in the Flow ecosystem.
In 80 days, with four workshops, three Flow mentors will help you develop a Flow project, and win the chance to gain FLOW tokens.
How to Sign up for the Hackathon?
Whether you’ve been following Flow for a long time or you’re new to Flow, you can sign up if you’re interested in Flow development!
There will be Workshops and mentors from Flow to guide you through the Hackathon. Live demo will also be arranged for promoting your projects among voters and investors!
DoraHacks arranged a group chat for you to find a teammate. Add Hackerlink on Telegram (https://t.me/hackerlinkofficial) or join our discord server https://discord.gg/kRSZxGe4 , tell us your skills and Join the Flow Grant Teaming-up group.
If you have the following skills, you will get started faster in Flow.
- Familiarity with GO syntax
- Familiarity with JS/TS
- Familiarity with ERC20 and ERC721 standards
Of course, developers in all areas are welcome to join!
In Flow Grant, you will receive…
1. Rewards: direct community donation plus allocation from the initial prize pool of 5000 USDC
2. Mentoring: Four Live Workshops from Flow
3. Benefits: Opportunity to win FLOW token
4. Peer Exchange: join the exclusive technical exchange group, talk with friends and mentors in the group.
5. Official Support: good projects will have the opportunity to communicate directly with the Flow team and receive official support
6. Become a Flow Developer: acquire the skills to develop projects on Flow
7. Capital Observation Group: participate in live project demos and let more investors see your project! Members of the Capital Observation Groups are:
Binance Smart Chain, OKExChain, HECO, DFG, Fenbushi Capital, SNZ, NGC, Multicoin, Dragonfly, HashKey, Candaq, Dealean Capital, CabinVC, Kernel Ventures, Collinstar Capital, DoraHacks Ventures.
Registration: 25 March — 1 June
Team-up: 25 March — 1 June
Meet people with complementary skills in the Teaming-up group, form a team and fill in the registration form. (Mentors will undercover in the group!)
Workshops: 3 April (session 1), 10 April (session 2), 17 April (session 3), 24 April (session 4)
Four live workshops with mentors from Flow and a chance to win FLOW tokens for completing all the assignments!
Project Submission: 5 April — 12 June
Submit a project based on Flow on the Hackerlink.io Flow Grant section. Apply what you have learned to what you will do!
Don’t forget to promote yourself in the community :)
Live Demo: 20 May — 12 June
Present your project, technical skills and product innovations to the Developer Community & Capital Observation Group in the DORAHACKS live demo to attract more voters and attentions from the investors.
Four step-by-step Workshops provided by mentors from Flow will guide you through the skills of project development on Flow, from introductory to advanced level. Beginners friendly, definitely worth waiting for!
Flow Grant welcomes a variety of Flow and Cadence based project practices! If you are still wondering what to do, consider the following directions:
- NFT asset related
- DeFi and Wallet entry
- Combinable NFT or DeFi
- DAO voting protocol class
Allocation of Grants
Initial prize pool: 5000 USDC
Direct donation from the community: No limit. (In previous events, direct donations from the communities have often exceeded the total prize pool!)
This Hackathon adopts a quadratic voting algorithm to allocate prizes, and the prize pool will be distributed to teams based on the popularity of their uploaded projects, while projects will also receive direct donations from community voters.
In a word, the final project earnings = the prize pool allocation + direct donations from community voters!
2. Find partners with similar interests and complementary skills in the Flow Grant Teaming-up group and become teammates!
3. Participate in the Flow Workshop, learn to start Flow development and complete the assignments (for a chance to win FLOW tokens).
4. Transform your knowledge and ideas into projects! Upload them to Hackerlink.io for a share of the 5000 USDC prize pool.
Flow is a fast, decentralized, and developer-friendly blockchain, designed as the foundation for a new generation of games, apps, and the digital assets that power them. It is based on a unique, multi-role architecture, and designed to scale without sharding, allowing for massive improvements in speed and throughput while preserving a developer-friendly, ACID-compliant environment.
Flow empowers developers to build thriving crypto- and crypto-enabled businesses. Applications on Flow can keep consumers in control of their own data; create new kinds of digital assets tradable on open markets accessible from anywhere in the world; and build open economies owned by the users that help make them valuable.
While we originally started building Flow for our own use-cases, it has quickly become far bigger than us. Hundreds of developers in our discord(http://chat.onflow.org/) and thousands around the world agree: we’re being something special here.
Let’s build the future together!
DoraHacks is a decentralized global developer community, hackathon organizer, and venture builder. DoraHacks’ blockchain developer platform HackerLink.io provides tools to incentivize and foster open-source blockchain development, such as grants, bounties, BUIDLs, and hackathons.
For more information on Dorahacks, please visit our website.
Flow official site https://www.onflow.org/
DoraHacks Hackerlink https://hackerlink.io/en
Flow Playground https://www.onflow.org/play
Flow Getting Started https://docs.onflow.org/