[ARCHIVED] Encode x DAO Hackathon

Hello hackers!

Encode Club and BitDAO partnered up to launch a 4-week DAO Hackathon! This hackathon will challenge you to imagine new ways to build tooling that unlocks the power of DAOs through their community, treasury, and more. You can build on any chain or L1 and by participating, you’ll have the opportunity to establish meaningful connections and to win great prizes.

The hackathon begins on March, 2nd and you can register here: https://mnl3tahqrcu.typeform.com/dao-hack#source=forum

For info on challenges, prizes and more read the article:


Great… It started already…

You can still register for the hack (late registrations end on March, 9th) and join our live events. The launch event was yesterday, but we record the sessions and put them on YouTube the day after.