** $250,000+ in prizes up for grabs!**
ETHDenver is the world’s largest annual web3 #BUIDLathon (aka software building competition) and Innovation Festival. Our 2021 installment will take place virtually, February 5th–12th. We anticipate hosting 5,000+ blockchain enthusiasts, developers and community members from 75+ countries and all 50 U.S. states. ETHDenver is free to attend; however, everyone must apply, and be accepted, in advance of the event.
Start by applying at www.ethdenver.com, where you can tell us about yourself and how you’d like to participate. Once accepted, participants who choose to #BUIDL are directed to login here at Devfolio where project submission, bounty details, and other information relevant to competing in the BUIDLathon and ColoradoJam will be hosted.
In addition to the 4th consecutive year for ETHDenver, we’re excited to announce ColoradoJam, a collaboration with the State of Colorado, which will involve bounties, prizes and investments for addressing crucial problems and initiatives throughout Colorado state agencies. Between both events, prizes, bounties and investments are expected to be $250,000+.
In addition to the #BUIDLathon, a myriad of other events will occur throughout the week. 50+ hours of world-class content and free educational workshops by industry luminaries, art exhibits, community networking, games, NFT scavenger hunts, and other immersive virtual experiences.
Check out the full schedule (posted in late January), FAQs and complete event details to help plan your experience at https://www.ethdenver.com.
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