The biggest HackAtom in Cosmos history!
The wait is over! We received many high-quality submissions over the 25 challenges and our judges have finally decided on the winning projects! A big thank you to everyone who took part in making this our biggest HackAtom yet, with over $1,000,000 in prizes in ATOM! We'll return with HackAtom VII in 2022. Stay tuned!
The first complete developer environment for blockchain, Starport comes with all the tools you need to build, launch, and run your crypto application or product. Accelerate blockchain development so you can focus on writing business logic.
Built on Cosmos, Pylons is a fast and interoperable system for brands and creators to build engaging products with meaningful NFT experiences.
The ixo Protocol is establishing the new standard for making verifiable claims about changes in the state of the world, and to tokenize verified outcome states as NFT Impact Tokens.
Hall of fame
The Grand Prix Prize went to the projects that successfully combined at least two different challenges.
- ProjectArbiter DAOReward$25,000
The Community Choice award went to the project with the most hearts on DevPost.
Bitsong's HackAtom VI challenge proposes the migration of smart contracts on the popular OpenSea NFT marketplace to Cosmos SDK.
Evmos aims to be the EVM Hub of Cosmos, making it easy for smart contracts to deploy and communicate within the Cosmos ecosystem.
- 2ndEvmos Balancer$15,000
Currently, Starport depends on string placeholders being present in modules’ files. Placeholders work, but if another solution (likely, based on code analysis) is found, this could improve Starport's reliability even further.
- 1st(AST)Walking Around Starport$35,000
Starport chain serve is the most convenient way to start a blockchain node for development purposes. Currently, this command sets up a single node testnet with automatic code reloading. Enhance this functionality of Starport, for example, to support multi-node local testnets.
Starport uses an advanced build process to compile the source code of a chain into a binary. It’s both sophisticated and easy to use, but there is always room for improvement. To win this challenge, enhance the build process so that it’s more flexible, yet can be used even by beginner developers.
A program like Starport can definitely benefit from a flexible plugin system that will allow developers to add functionality to Starport on the fly. Your challenge is to build one!
- 1stStarport Plugin System$35,000
- The Challenge did not have a 2nd winning submission
- Starport Plugin System$3,000
- Starport Plugin Service$3,000
Akash's HackAtom VI challenge asks participants to develop the container images, SDL files, and readme.dm documentation needed to run chain nodes from Cosmos chains that are not currently in the repository.
- 2ndAkash Cosmos Omnibus Evolution$15,000
Sentinel's IBC challenge is a tough one to tackle but could help to solve an important problem in the wider Cosmos ecosystem. Participants must build a fast, reliable, and unbiased randomness generator which could ideally be used for validator selection.
Developers will need to create new, innovative ways to highlight the possibilities of blockchain interoperability using the IBC protocol such as viable implementations, use cases, data formats or others.
For this challenge, Pylons wants you to build new, innovative ways to highlight the possibilities of blockchain interoperability using the IBC protocol—such as viable implementation, use cases, and data formats—using the Cosmos SDK.
Agoric's hackathon challenge is to build a set of Agoric smart contracts on Agoric that provide flexible liquidity mining options to Cosmos projects based on an Osmosis LP token.
The challenge is to create a Nym service provider (application) which offers cloud file storage, and a GUI where users interact with the service provider, all via the Nym mixnet.
- 2ndNym, The Eternity Service 2.0$15,000
Injective's HackAtom VI challenge is to build a new simple single-page application trading interface for trading spot and perpetual markets. The purpose of this is to provide mass market users (not pro traders) an accessible, user-friendly interface for trading (Like Matcha on Ethereum, for example).
- The Challenge did not have a 1st winning submission
In this challenge, LikeCoin is seeking developers who can develop a wallet interface to allow users to manage their ISCN records.
- 1stISCN wallet$35,000
Archway's HackAtom VI challenge is to create a base NFT marketplace on Archway’s testnet. This entails the marketplace smart contracts as well as front-end that will allow users to buy, sell, and trade CW721 tokens in exchange for CW20 tokens.
- 1stFlea (Archway NFT Market)$35,000
Kava's HackAtom VI challenge asks you to build a fully autonomous options protocol as a Cosmos SDK module. You can assume that you have access to a price oracle.
Build a general tool for Loan or Insurance modules using the gravity dex.
Ki Foundation's challenge was to enable cross-chain interoperability with features like delegating, undelegating, sending coins, or operating an application-based action.
Build something cool with Osmosis. Bonus points if you incorporate ION.
- 1stOsmosis (Semi-) Auto Compound$35,000
- 2ndClassic Trading$15,000
Build a game with meaningful gameplay behavior mediated through state changes using the Cosmos SDK blockchain framework, or build a decentralized virtual world with Cosmos network — utilizing the Cosmos SDK + Pylons SDK.
- 1stCrowdControl NFT Arena$35,000
- 2ndGetCrypto Game$15,000
Secret’s challenge is to build a game on Secret Network using CosmWasm, Secret NFTs, and on-chain randomness.
- 2ndPoker Joker DAO$15,000
Regen Network's challenge for HackAtom VI under the EARTH category is to bridge ecocredits into the interchain ecosystem—by implementing an IBC application that allows users to move these new types of ecological assets across different blockchains.
- 2ndAllocation Engine / opt.in$15,000
For this important challenge, Juno and grant.fish are teaming up to ask you to change the state of the planet by building modules, accessible apps, and integrations for local currencies, self-sovereign identity, non-fungible impact tokens, verification oracles, decentralized impact exchanges, and earth intelligence data.
- The Challenge did not have a 2nd winning submission
Your challenge is to build and demonstrate applications using the Internet of Impact, or software components that add capabilities to The Impact Stack, for preventing and responding to specific types of real-world Earth Crisis events.
- 1stIXO Assistant Playground$35,000
- 2ndUnremarkable Project$15,000
For this challenge “Earth Tokens” are defined as classes of tokens that are created and used for the purpose of sustainable socio-economic development, climate action, and ecological regeneration.
- 1stArbiter DAO$35,000
- 2ndBoli Network$15,000
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