SDG Prizes also include participation in the next FutureHack series which includes an extended Virtual Hackathon.
*All winning projects to submit a go to market strategy for expanded project plan that could be developed and launched within 3 month period that work towards solutions for SDGs.
FutureHack registration opens
Hackathon Mentors are available to support for projects creative and concept development. Matchmaking for projects and teams.
Teams travel and arrive at Davos / Klosters / Slovenia. Registration ends.
FutureHack participants start developing
FutureHack teams build their projects
FutureHack participants finish developing
Projects presented for Judging
Award Ceremony and Celebration at Seehof Hotel in Davos
FutureHack participants depart
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All teams will be required to present a short 3-minute demo of their project. Finalists from the Hackathon will be selected by a panel of FutureHack experts. Judges will be announced in the coming weeks.
Each submission will be scored based on the following criteria with a minimum score of 0 and maximum score of 30 points, with the final score being the average of the judges’ scores.
Does the project successfully execute its intended technical goals? Does the project work-properly or as intended in its final presentation ready form? (5 points)
Does the project’s social impact line-up with the United Nations Sustainable Development goals? (5 points)
Are the project’s concept and design unique or new solutions to its specific project impact goals?(5 points)
How successfully did the team integrate Blockchain technology into their solution or project? (5 points)
How scalable is the project within Blockchain and distributed systems as solutions for what’s needed now and in the future? (5 points)
How well designed, including UX/UI and user flow, was the solution? How well were the project and ideas presented? (5 points)
Teams of up to 5 participants are allowed. All team members must have completed the participation agreement to compete. Mentors will be available during the event remotely or in-person at the event to give advice and feedback.
Teams may not begin code on this project until the competition officially begins. Please don’t come in and build on top of previous code for projects if you want to win. Teams may build on existing concepts, creative and ideas for projects and build fresh code as solutions for projects and initiatives that have been in development.
Teams have full ownership of everything they build at our events and are free to do with it as they wish.
Winning teams may be subject to a code-review immediately following the event before winning.
All winners will be subject to an identity check for verification, before participating in hackathon and prior to the release of any prizes.