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Quant Network are supporting participants and teams to build new multi-chain applications powered by Overledger to solve the hackathon use cases and challenges.
The hackathon will be held at Lot Fourteen to launch the ADC Global Blockchain Summit in Adelaide. Teams will explore how Blockchain can be used to provide solutions for a challenge supplied in conjunction with the South Australian Government.
The hackathon is being run in conjunction with Data61 and IBM.
Hackathon participants will work in groups on one of three challenges on the day, outlined below –
Circular Economy: “How might Blockchain or a distributed ledger technology be used to track, measure and monitor waste into resources, in to new materials which would be a verifiable and transparent evidence of the circularity of our economy?”
Learner Drivers: more information on this challenge will be updated as it comes to hand.
Mobility as a Service: more information on this challenge will be updated at is comes to hand.
Prizes (presented by Jean-Paul de Jong, Chief Architect, Quant):
Scholarship package from Kingsland University – School of Blockchain, Valued up to $6,000
Intertain.Com.Au private chef experience for 4 valued up to $1,000
Date: Sunday 17th March 2019, 9am to 4pm
Cost to enter: Free
Prizes: Will be announced over the coming weeks.
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Edit: If anyone’s interested, I wrote an introduction to Quant Network last week.