- Cosmos HackAtom VI registration is now live.
- $1 million worth of ATOM are up for grabs.
- The competition will happen from November 11 until December 8.
Blockchain ecosystem Cosmos announced that $1 million worth of ATOM are up for grabs at the sixth edition of HackAtom. Registrations are now open.
The Cosmos hackathon will happen from November 11 until December 8. According to the official website, this will be held virtually, although the opening ceremony will be in Lisbon.
Participants can join in various categories, namely Ethereum on Cosmos, DeFi, and Gaming, which offer $100,000 in ATOM each. There are also other categories that yield higher prize pools such as Starport, End-User Apps, and Earth, which offer $200,000, and Interoperability, which has a $250,000 prize pool.
The event is organized by Tendermint, an open-source software that allows developers to create blockchain-based applications in any programming language. Additionally, some Tendermint representatives will join the board of judges, along with other experts from HackAtom VI sponsors.
Cosmos is a blockchain ecosystem much like Ethereum. However, Cosmos focuses on integrating different blockchains with its Inter-Blockchain Communication (IBC) protocol. Its native asset ATOM price is worth $37.23 at the time of writing, according to CoinGecko.
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