Hypersign and Dojima Network teams bring to you, hack:DiD a hackathon that aspires to lead the way into the era of Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) and Blockchain technology.

Web3 developers, this is your golden opportunity to dive headfirst into the realm of web3 infrastructure. Join us to participate in the event that’s leading the way with cross-chain dApps and self-sovereign identity principles using decentralized identifiers, verifiable credentials, and ZKP.

hack:DiD is a long-term initiative by Hypersign dedicated to empowering the web3 ecosystem through the education and growth of Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) knowledge.

With a prize pool of $16,000. The winners of the hackathon will get a chance to be part of Hypersign fellowship program.

Important Dates

  • Registration & Submission period: July 4th to July 24th

  • Review and Judging: July 24th to August 4th

  • Shortlisted project Demos: 4th - 14th August

  • Winner’s Project Demo/Closing Ceremony: August 15th


16,000 USD

  • 1st Prize (1500 USDT + 5000 USD worth of credits for Entity Studio API from Hypersign + 1000 USD worth QuillAudits Credits)

  • 2nd Prize (1000 USDT + 3000 USD worth of credits for Entity Studio API from Hypersign + 1000 USD worth QuillAudits Credits)

  • 3rd Prize (500 USDT + 2000 USD worth of credits for Entity Studio API from Hypersign + 1000 USD worth QuillAudits Credits)


Key Dates




URLs to Join

4th July

Opening Ceremony

Arnab Ghose (Lead Blockchain Developer, Hypersign), Akhil Reddy (Co-founder, Dojima), Bhagath Reddy (Co-founder, Dojima) and Pankaj Shukla (Marketing lead, Hypersign)

Get a brief introduction of the hack:DiD hackathon and understand the rules of the game.

11th July

Understanding Hypersign and Dojima Network technology stacks.

Vishwas Bhushan (CTO, Hypersign and Uday (Senior engineer at Dojima Network)

Developers from both the teams will explain the usage of their tech stacks, how it can be used to build functional products around the use-cases and answer any questions from participants of the hackathon.


All submission need to be deploy on Hypersign and/or Dojima Testnet and include the following:

1. Your code must be pushed to a public Github repository

2. README must be in the following format:

  • Abstract: Write a short abstract about the solution you are building.
  • Problem Statement: Define a clear problem statement and explain why there is need for this solution
  • Solution: Explain how you are solving the above defined problem statement
  • Technical Architecture: Attach technical architecture and explain the architecture in detail.
  • Build & Installation: Write clear instructions to build and run this project.
  • Demo Video: a demo video illustrating your solution
  • Challenges: talk about what challenges your faced during the hackathon

3. Participants using Hypersign and Dojima stack need to submit their BUILD in this way:

Raise PRs to both the repos and submit the build on dorahacks.

4. Participants using only one of the stack (Hypersign or Dojima) need to submit their BUILD in this way:

  • Raise PR only to the repo of the project of which you're using the stack.
  • Submit the build on Dorahacks

Multiple Submissions:

Entrants are allowed to submit more than one submission. However, each submission must be unique and substantially different from the others.

Submission Materials:

All submission materials must be in English, including the demonstration video, text description, and testing instructions, as well as any other materials submitted.


Projects submitted to other hackathons or challenges need to be disclosed in the submission or README of the project.

Judging criteria

Sponsors and their judges reserve the right to give a partial prize or no prize if they do not feel any submission has met the challenge. The judges’ decisions are at their own discretion and final, binding, and incontestable.

    1. Use of Hypersign and/or Dojima infrastructure in your solution (more weightage will be given to projects using Hypersign and Dojima infrastructure)
    1. Track Weightage: Submissions in track “Identity Infrastructure and Tooling” will be given more points.
    1. Originality & Innovations: How novel and innovative is the idea? Does it set out to do something unique or at least improve existing models?
    1. Technicality & Design: What is tech like? Is it user-friendly and does it have comprehensive and efficient features?
    1. Documentation & Usability: Providing clear explanatory documentation?
    1. Creativity: Providing a clear demonstration video is encouraged.


  • Vishwas Anand, CTO @ Hypersign

  • Arnab Ghose, Blockchain Lead Engineer @ Hypersign

  • Vikram Anand, Co-Founder @ Hypersign

  • Akhil Reddy, Co-Founder @ Dojima Network


The Hack:DiD hackathon is proudly backed by an ensemble of remarkable sponsors, Dojima Network, and Hypersign protocol.

  • Dojima Network offers a multi-layered architecture that acts as a cross-chain platform for developers. All Hack:DiD projects will be deployed on the Dojima chain, offering features like Universal Liquidity Access and Cross-Chain Execution and Transfer.
    Docs: https://devoc-test.dojima.network/

  • Hypersign is a Proof Of Stake (PoS) based permissionless blockchain network for digital identity. All projects in this hackathon will use the Hypersign infrastructure in their submissions to qualify for rewards.
    Docs: https://docs.hypersign.id/

  • QuillAudits is a Web3 cybersecurity firm that will offer audit credits to selected project winners. QuillAudits will be providing free audit credits of $3000 for selected winners; more details here: https://www.quillaudits.com/wagsi-grants-programme

  • OmniFlex is a decentralized, interoperable peer-to-peer network that empowers creators and sovereign communities to mint, manage, and monetize NFTs, facilitating their distribution activities via innovative protocols.

  • Bhive Workspace is our workspace partner and a leading Indian co-working space provider.

Community partners:

  • Foundership coaches India's top founders and builders, providing capital and community to launch impactful Web3 startups.

  • hashtagweb3 runs one of the largest job boards for global web3 jobs.

  • Digitalsocial.ID (DSID) leverages the user's digital behavior to create wallet reputation and scores.

  • AdLunam is the industry’s first NFT-integrated Engage to Earn seed crowdfunding and IDO launchpad using a Proof of Attention model.

  • Lumos Labs is developing the Lumos Metaverse, a comprehensive platform dedicated to connecting and empowering Web3 developers, communities, and technology providers to overcome fragmentation and scarcity, thereby accelerating growth and innovation in the Web3 space. Lumos has agreed to give all the participants of the hackathon free access to Lumos Academy.

  • Graviton is leading a mission to increase infrastructure and capital accessibility for early-stage web3 founders in India, with a web3-focused accelerator program that’s underway with its first cohort in 2023

  • CryptoniteUAE is an online publication focused on web3 entrepreneurship and their projects. It aims to showcase and highlight the work of web3 entrepreneurs and the innovative projects they are working on, providing insights and updates on the latest developments in the web3 space.

  • Riva Metaverse is a decentralized travel platform striving to revolutionize the industry by eliminating intermediaries, ensuring secure and seamless payments, and offering unrivaled customer support.

  • OffChain is a vibrant global community of Web3 professionals and enthusiasts, fostering both local and global connections through regular meetups and serving as a trusted alternative to traditional online crypto communities.

  • OG Club is a gathering point for Web3 builders, designed to create serendipitous interactions among those passionate about exploring beyond the realm of Web3.

  • Shardeum is the world's first EVM-based Layer 1 blockchain which uses dynamic state sharding to increase TPS (transactions per second) with the addition of every new node while retaining atomic composability. The network is also gaining significant traction in the Indian Web3 community through its ‘Proof of Community' initiative.

  • CoinSwitch Ventures, a division of India’s largest crypto-investment platform, CoinSwitch, operates the Web3 Discovery Fund, which has successfully facilitated around $25 million in funding for 12 Web3 startups since its inception last year.

  • Blockchained India is a pan-India community formed out of collective curiosity, dedicated to fostering blockchain knowledge and addressing potential challenges faced by India through this technology.

  • UNSNARL is a web3 security startup trying to revolutionize the cyber-sec industry by breaking paradigms of traditional security.

  • Hyderabad DAO is a collaborative initiative dedicated to developing an active Web3 developer ecosystem in Hyderabad, hosting events and partnerships with blockchain organizations, facilitating awareness, and providing a platform for Web2 to Web3 transition for developers.

About Organisers

Dojima Network

Dojima Network offers a multi-layered architecture that acts as a cross-chain platform for developers. All Hack:DiD projects will be deployed on the Dojima chain, offering features like Universal Liquidity Access and Cross-Chain Execution and Transfer Infrastructure.

Hypersign Network

The Hypersign Identity Network is a permissionless blockchain network to manage digital identity and access rights. It aims to empower humans to gain control of their data and access on the internet by providing scalable, interoperable and secure verifiable data registry (VDR) to implement use cases on Self Sovereign Identity (SSI) principles.

​See you there, where the future of identity meets the present!