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IoT2Tangle Hackathon 2020 – Integrate Everything With IOTA

IoT2Tangle Hackathon 2020 – Integrate Everything With IOTA

Great prices are waiting for you at Ithe oT2Tangle Hackathon!

The time has come – developers from the IOTA community and of course all other developers and IoT enthusiasts are welcome to participate in the IoT2Tangle Hackathon.

And it’s worth it!
Great prizes are waiting for the winners, which are provided by the sponsors of the hackathon.

The prices:

  • 1st place: 1300USD
  • 2nd place: 1100USD
  • 3rd place: 900USD
  • 4th place: 700USD
  • 5th place: 500USD

In addition, each of the 5 winners will also receive the following prizes:

  • 1x Bosch XDK 110
  • 1x STM32-C2C/LTE IoT
  • 1x STM X-Nucleo-IKSO1A3
  • 1x Espressif ESP32-S2-Kaluga-1
  • 1x IF Customized Ledger Nano S*
  • 1x Ruuvitag
  • 1x IOTA Developer Course of IoT1 Academy + Test for certification of the IOTA Foundation

About the event

This hackathon explores the best IoT projects that connect IOTA technology and IoT devices. To do this, use the IoT2Tangle Hub (open source), which uses IOTA streams.
The only requirement is: your project must also be open source.

What exactly you do is up to you. Let your imagination and creativity run wild. Integrate sensors and hardware of all kinds and send the data to the Tangle. Whether it’s a Smart City, E-Health or Supply Chain application – you’re completely unbound in your selection.
Only Arduino boards and projects based on this are not allowed.

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The hackathon starts on 26.10.2020 and ends on 26.11.2020. Participants can sign up until 26.11. and submit their projects. Registration is of course free of charge!
A jury will then decide which projects are among the best and announce the winners on December 7th 2020.

The IoT2Tangle Hackathon is supported by the IOTA Foundation and numerous well-known sponsors.
These include Espressif, ST, Bosch, Senseering, Ruuvi, IoT1-Academy, VASS , etc.

For more information and the exact terms and conditions, visit the IoT2Tangle Hackathon website.

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