LOS ANGELES – 10-18-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — STANFORD, Calif., Oct. 18, 2018 — Blockchain enthusiasts of all ages, genders and skill levels are invited to bring their enthusiasm, skills, and creativity to the IDEAS Blockchain Hackathon at Stanford on Oct 28th and 29th, hosted by International Data Engineering and Science Association (IDEAS).
Solo developers/coders or teams of up to five members are welcome to participate. You will spend the weekend learning new skills, competing for prizes, meeting investors, sponsors, and the local tech community, while also having fun, enjoying food, social activities and more.
The free event with more than 300 participants will cover industry trends, real-world applications, open source software, and solution-based case studies. Hackathon competitors will demonstrate their cutting-edge technologies, and startups will pitch their solutions to the top investors globally. Register your team at https://stanfordhack.eventbrite.com
Co-organizers and sponsors of this event include Data Application Lab, an innovative company focuses on AI & Data Science education and consulting; DBX, the world’s first highly efficient public chain supporting real-world applications in a large scale; and Kambria, a blockchain project that enables and incentivizes collaboration in R&D, manufacturing, and commercialization of advanced technology.
During the hackathon, DBX will talk about the latest tech in blockchain industry and debut their new product – Cardeal, which is the first worldwide top shopping card platform only accept cryptocurrency.
The Hackathon at Stanford is part of the IDEAS Blockchain Hackathon series in North America. IDEAS previously held hackathons in Los Angeles, Berkeley, New York, Chicago, and Canada, attracting over a thousand participants.
If you would like more information about this topic, please call IDEAS Hackathon Team at +1 (800) 293 0368, or email [email protected]
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