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Data DAO Hackathon

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2022/08/15-2022/09/12 02:00 UTC
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About The Event

FIL Toronto Summit will be a collaborative three-day event collectively hosted by Filecoin Foundation, Orbit, and FilSwan. There will be various sessions including meetups, workshops, keynotes, a hackathon, cocktail, and more throughout the summit. It’s the perfect opportunity to connect with a growing and vibrant community of web3 enthusiasts, build projects that can grow into the next big start-up, acquire new skills and win attractive prizes to accelerate your professional and personal growth, and access a broad range of follow-on opportunities

The summit is aimed at bringing together 100+ Web 3 users, educating and inspiring the next generation of Web3 builders. We will empower developers and entrepreneurs to solve significant problems, ship innovative applications and shape a more decentralized, robust, and secure web. 


Entry Requirements

All web3 developers, builders, designers, and individuals with expertise and interest in cross-chain storage solutions, smart-contract programming, compute-over-data, and data governance (data DAOs) are welcome to join!

Please register for Hackathon on this official website: https://fil-toronto.com/hackathon/

What to Expect at FIL-Toronto Summit

  • First-class minds sharing from across the web3 ecosystem
  • In-depth expert-led workshops
  • Side events and meetups
  • Hackathon with prizes
  • Drinks, music, games, and more in happy hours

Schedule

  • Data DAO Hackathon:2022/08/15-2022/09/11 EDT
  • Start Date: August 15th, 2022 EDT
  • Office Hour: 1:30- 3:00 PM EDT every Monday and Thursday
  • Mentor Week: August 15th - 6:00 PM 19th, 2022 EDT
  • Submission Due Date: 22:00 PM September 11th, 2022 EDT

Sessions: https://fil-toronto.com/hackathon/

Win Up to $50,000 In Total Prize

Hackers around the world are invited to join the hackathon and contribute to the following tracks to win prizes. Hackathon starts August 15th, 2022 EDT, and submission is due on 22:00 PM September 11th, 2022 EDT


Tracks



  • Network Drive - Best use of IPFS/Filecoin for file storage - $12,500

The Interplanetary Filesystem (IPFS) is a peer-to-peer network and protocol designed to make the web faster, safer, and more open. 
Filecoin, the world’s largest decentralized storage network, allows users to store, request, and transfer data via a verifiable marketplace.



How to start with Filecoin and IPFS: https://ecosystem-wg.notion.site/Getting-Started-With-IPFS-Filecoin-c00526cf97ba4087ba5c3ad5f5337a58

  • Multi-Chain Storage with Filecoin Network - $20,000

Multi-Chain Storage (MCS: https://mcs.filswan.com) is a smart-contract-based cross-chain storage gateway that is integrated with oracle technology. It accelerates the mass adoption of decentralized storage by bridging multiple blockchain networks.


What’s MCS SDK: https://docs.filswan.com/multi-chain-storage/developer-quickstart/sdk

  • Computing Over Data - $15,000

Computing over data is the key scenario of 1PFS/Filecoin Network. This track is to encourage developers to develop apps based on data stored on Filecoin. Some example ideas can be climate data analysis, New York subway data, health data or other scientific data.

  • Forest - $500 CAD

Forest is the rust node for the Filecoin network. The Forest team has put together some good first issues as bounties for the hackers at FILToronto. In order to solve these bugs/bounties you will need to have an understanding of the Filecoin protocol, some level of proficiency in rust programming language, and be able to install, run and debug with the Forest client.This hackathon prize is for the individual(s) who solves the most bounties/bugs correctly. This will be submitted directly to the Forest repository as draft PRs.

Judging Criteria:

  • Accuracy of the solution.
  • Number of bounties/bugs solved.
  • Quality of the PRs.
  • Creativity.

Bonus Track

  • Community Choice - $2,500

The Twitter community will be able to share their favourite submissions in the hackathon! Community Track aims to judge projects based on community engagement and project quality.

To be eligible for Community Track:

  • A builder must tweet as you decide the project name and a short intro. Project video, design, and project link could be optional.
  • Must tag @0xFilSwan community.
  • Get community engagement in terms of retweets. (Highest RT with quality project wins)

Industry leading minds

  • Juan Benet, Founder & CEO, Protocol Labs
  • Charles Cao, founder, FilSwan
  • Peter Huo, Executive Director, Binance Labs
  • Alvin Reyes, Software Engineer, Protocol Labs
  • Michael Robinson, Product Marketing Manager, Chainlink Labs
  • Dirk, Engineer,Bedrock at Protocol Labs
  • Swaroop Hegde, Co-Founder, PowerLoom
  • Brenda, Product Manager, Protocol Labs
  • Ricky Yuen, Blockchain Engineer, FilSwan
  • Geneviève Lin Rui, Account Manager, NBFS
  • Ehsan Shariati, COO, Functionland
  • Erin O’Connor, Grant Coordinator, Filecoin Foundation
  • Jefferson Chu, Blockchain Engineer, Origin Storage
  • David Aronchick, Protocol Labs
  • Baiciao Ren, VP, Origin Storage
  • Boqian, Project Lead, NBFS
  • Jennifer Wang, Technical project manager,Lotus
  • Raúl Kripalani, FVM Lead
  • Karim Agha, FVM Engineer
  • Joss, Venus
  • Raghav Rmadya
  • Corinne Bernett, PM Estuary, Protocol Labs
  • magik, Lotus Engineer
  • Ed Strong, Director, Web 3.0 Storage, Seagate
  • David Ansermino, VP Engineering, ChainSafe
  • Lee Raj, Project Manager, Forest, ChainSafe
  • Aayush Rajasekaran​, Lotus Engineer, Protocol Labs
  • Elizabeth Binks, Engineering Lead, ChainSafe
  • Ryan Baumann​
  • Boris Mann​, Co-Founder, Fission
  • Marc Johnson, Filecoin Green
  • Gary, FBG Capital

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