Web3Conf is India's first and biggest chain agnostic conference by GirlScript Foundation. Last year, this conference was conducted around the same duration with over 1500+ enthusiastic web3.0 lovers in Goa. Along with a Hackathon "Hack - Web3conf", we also have Startup Pitch Sessions and Talks and Panel discussions as well as company booths.
GirlScript is supporting beginners in tech education since 2017 with programs like GirlScript Summer of Code, LetsPy, Tech In Slums, Uplift Project, etc. The foundation has impacted 500,000+ learners and has been featured in Forbes Asia, Tedx, Booking.com Technology Playmaker, ElasticSearch Cause Awards, Women Tech Network Awards, Society of Women Engineers Magazine, etc, and has worked with over 250+ global tech and social good companies like Microsoft, Redhat, Twitter, Atlassian, Filecoin, Polygon, Dapper Labs, Child Rights & You, etc.
The foundation also conducted Web3.0 beginner-friendly boot camps in 52 cities in India impacting 15,000+ learners. To create opportunities with Builders, Organizers, Learners, and Entrepreneurs, GirlScript also conducted Web3 Villa Meetups via Web3 Meetup India in 10+ cities as well as International NFT Day in 12 cities along with Flow Hackathon 2023 with over 7000+ developers and Winter of Blockchain with over 4000 developers.
This year, Our team is all set to welcome the 3000+ Web3.0 enthusiasts in Goa for Web3conf 2023 🎉
Submission Rules for Valid Consideration in the Hackathon:
To ensure fairness and maintain the integrity of the hackathon, please adhere to the following submission rules. Projects will only be considered valid for evaluation if they meet the following criteria:
Originality: Submissions must be the original work of the participating team. Plagiarism or the use of pre-existing projects will lead to disqualification.
Web3 Focus: Projects should be centered around Web3 technologies, such as blockchain, decentralized applications (dApps), smart contracts, or other relevant areas within the Web3 ecosystem.
No Scaffolding: Submissions must not be based on generic or template-based scaffolding projects. Projects should be purpose-built for the hackathon and reflect the team's creativity and problem-solving skills.
Working Deployment Link: Each submission must include a working deployment link that allows judges to interact with the project. Ensure that the link remains active and accessible throughout the evaluation period.
Demo Video: Provide a demo video that showcases the functionality, features, and user experience of your project. The video should be clear and concise, demonstrating how your project addresses the given problem statement or theme.
Deployed Contract Address (if applicable): If your project involves smart contracts, provide the addresses of deployed contracts on the relevant blockchain network(s). This will allow us to verify the functionality of your contracts.
GitHub Repository: Include a link to the GitHub repository of your project. The repository should contain all the necessary code and resources related to your project.
GitHub Commit History: Maintain a clear and meaningful commit history in your GitHub repository. This will demonstrate the progression and evolution of your project during the hackathon period.
Readme Documentation: Provide comprehensive documentation in the project's README file. Include instructions on how to set up the repository locally, dependencies required, and any other relevant details that can help evaluators understand and run your project.
No Plagiarism: Ensure that your submission does not violate any intellectual property rights or contain unauthorized use of third-party code or assets. All resources used should be properly attributed and licensed.
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