TDeFi, the crypto startup accelerator, will host its Blockchain Business Hackathon in collaboration with the Future Blockchain Summit at GITEX Technology Week 2021, one of the world’s largest annual technology events, hosted at Dubai World Trade Centre from October 17-21.
The Hackathon is an extension of TDeFi’s enduring efforts to enable visionary developers and entrepreneurs to build decentralized products. The purpose of the uniquely designed ‘Bizthon’ is to turn an idea into a fully-funded operational business.
Geared towards showcasing exceptional decentralized products, TDeFi is bringing the high-performance world of the blockchain to its Bizthon at the Future Blockchain Summit 2021.
A global stage to innovate and collaborate
- 400+ of the most active investors and VCs from 30+ countries
- 450+ speakers live on-stage, delivering 350+ hours of powerful content
- Prize rewards will be distributed to the winners and airdrops will be distributed to all the participants
- Collaboration opportunities at the Future Blockchain Summit, and GITEXTechnology Week 2021
From idea to fully-funded business
The hackathon is open for anyone (Students/Professionals/Individuals/corporates) with a vision to build solutions on top of Blockchain technology. Enthusiasts were asked to submit their ideas between Aug. 12 and Sept. 20 on any of the following tracks:
- NFT & Social Networks
- Social Impact and Sustainability
- Blockchain Everything
Their ideas were judged by world-renowned technologists who shall host weekly/monthly online workshops, webinars, and mentor sessions for guidance.
Semi-finalists shall be required to submit the ‘MVP’ of their concept/ideas by Oct. 4 to qualify for the final round to be held onsite at the Future Blockchain Summit.
A total number of 200 finalists will be flown to Dubai to compete for the Bizthon’s top prizes. The winners will also get the opportunity to pitch their product in-person to 400+ active Blockchain investors and receive grants/funds for their business.
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