Geneva, Switzerland--(Newsfile Corp. - May 13, 2022) - TRON DAO and BitTorrent Chain (BTTC) are gearing up for Season 2 of the TRON Grand Hackathon 2022, with registration beginning Monday, May 16.
The Hackathon is part of TRON DAO's long-term efforts to promote the mass adoption of blockchain technology and innovative cross-chain solutions. The Hackathon's primary goal is to empower developers to create and execute DeFi, GameFi, NFT, and Web3 projects and build a robust content and entertainment community on TRON and other blockchain platforms.
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With an aggregate bounty of $1 million, the Hackathon will be split into four tracks, encompassing DeFi, GameFi, NFT, and Web3. This will be an ongoing funding event, commencing every three months, to promote the growth of the TRON and BTTC ecosystems.
There will be a permanent review panel throughout the Hackathon and a special guest panel for each season. Eligible submissions will be evaluated between August 1 to 11, 2022, and winners will be announced on August 17, 2022. Season 2 of the Hackathon will feature a stellar panel of judges from some of crypto's most prestigious institutions and projects coming together to offer their expertise and accelerate the growth of the TRON DAO ecosystem.
The first stage of evaluation determines whether the concepts meet a baseline level of viability, such as reasonably fitting the topic and implementing the necessary APIs/SDKs advertised during the Hackathon.
The judges will evaluate all submissions that pass the first stage in stage two based on the following equally weighted criteria:
Technological Implementation: Does the project demonstrate quality software development?
Design: Is the user experience and design of the project well thought out?
Potential Impact: How big of an impact could the project have on the category's target audience?
Quality of the Idea: How creative and unique is the project?
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