Coinsilium, a blockchain firm, has recently announced that it has successfully launched the global blockchain hackathon initiative named “The Post Covid Hack”. This has been made possible in partnership with Indorse ltd. which is a portfolio company of Coinsilium.
In this hackathon, the programmers and developers have collaborated on different software projects. By the end of the event, they are supposed to create functioning software solutions.
Coinsilium Aims to Mobilise and Incentivise Blockchain Developers
It is revealed that the major purpose behind launching this hackathon was to both mobilise and incentivise the blockchain developers. This will help them build software solutions that will address several social and economical issues. The firm had launched the hackathon back in August by enlisting the support of around 60 partners. Initially, the registration was opened along with a series of several educational webinars.
It is revealed that the event will continue till November and then the judges will evaluate all the submitted projects before the final Demo Day and award ceremony. Eddy Travia, chief executive at Coinsilium has said that both the firms are delighted to see the response of people for the Post Covid Hack. Along with this, the firm is sure to receive all the great partners for this initiative overwhelmingly.
Developers And Validators of Indorse Will Play An Important Role
According to Travia, the Post Covid Hack is now serving as a commercial proof of concept. Along with this, it is also a perfect showcase for the innovative Technology Industry solutions of Indorse. The whole team of developers and validators of Indorse are going to play a major role in the whole hackathon process. This is clearly indicating that both Coinsilium and Indorse are ready for future partnerships as well. Travia added that they are now looking forward to the solutions built by the developers, which will help accelerate the whole social and economic recovery process in the post-COVID world.