Submissions

    Submission Guidelines

    What to submit
    Qualification Criteria
    Submission Deadline
    Judging Criteria

    In the Socio-economic Inclusion Track and Open Track, you will be creating a prototype application based on the details provided on the page Challenges.

    What to submit

    In short:

    A deck explaining your prototype/solution

    A Git repository with the code for your solution (along with good documentation)

    [Optional] An explainer video

    Submission Guidelines

    You are expected to submit a prototype for this challenge which -

    Is relevant to the problem statement mentioned

    Solves one of the proposed use cases

    Optional - If you think that your prototype/solution is within the area of ‘socio-economic inclusion’, but DOES NOT solve the potential use cases, you are still encouraged to submit the solution for consideration

    You need to submit your solution as a public Git repository.

    It could be hosted on any platform like Github, Bitbucket, Gitlab, etc, and must be publicly accessible

    You also need to provide a slide deck (Powerpoint/Keynote/Google Slides) for your solution. This can be uploaded to Google Drive or Dropbox (with a publicly accessible link), and the link to the deck needs to be in the README of the Github repo. This deck will talk more about the solution you have built, your idea/concept and why you chose to solve this part of the process specifically. Required points to be included in the deck as follows (we suggest to keep your deck brief, try to stick to 1 slide per point, and a maximum of 10 slides in total):

    Introduction - an introduction to your company & team

    Use case of choice - Explain the use case that you have chosen and why you have chosen it.

    Solution - Articulate the idea and your strategy for solving the problem.

    Technology - What makes your prototype special? What technologies will you utilize and why?

    Scaling - How can your prototype be scaled to serve the needs of the millions of people who need to be included in the new world order?

    We encourage you to deploy your Smart Contracts on the Testnet. Deployment of working smart contracts onto a public network will add to the score of your submission.

    What to submit

    In the Socio-economic Inclusion Track and Open Track, you will be creating a prototype application based on the details provided on the page Challenges.

    What to submit

    In short:

    A deck explaining your prototype/solution

    A Git repository with the code for your solution (along with good documentation)

    [Optional] An explainer video

    Submission Guidelines

    You are expected to submit a prototype for this challenge which -

    Is relevant to the problem statement mentioned

    Solves one of the proposed use cases

    Optional - If you think that your prototype/solution is within the area of ‘socio-economic inclusion’, but DOES NOT solve the potential use cases, you are still encouraged to submit the solution for consideration

    You need to submit your solution as a public Git repository.

    It could be hosted on any platform like Github, Bitbucket, Gitlab, etc, and must be publicly accessible

    You also need to provide a slide deck (Powerpoint/Keynote/Google Slides) for your solution. This can be uploaded to Google Drive or Dropbox (with a publicly accessible link), and the link to the deck needs to be in the README of the Github repo. This deck will talk more about the solution you have built, your idea/concept and why you chose to solve this part of the process specifically. Required points to be included in the deck as follows (we suggest to keep your deck brief, try to stick to 1 slide per point, and a maximum of 10 slides in total):

    Introduction - an introduction to your company & team

    Use case of choice - Explain the use case that you have chosen and why you have chosen it.

    Solution - Articulate the idea and your strategy for solving the problem.

    Technology - What makes your prototype special? What technologies will you utilize and why?

    Scaling - How can your prototype be scaled to serve the needs of the millions of people who need to be included in the new world order?

    We encourage you to deploy your Smart Contracts on the Testnet. Deployment of working smart contracts onto a public network will add to the score of your submission.

    Qualification Criteria
    Submission Deadline
    Judging Criteria

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