Harness the dark arts of EVM with Huff, the cryptic language that separates wizards from muggles. Inscribe your name in the annals of crypto history by joining the Hackathon of the arcane. Embrace the challenge and craft spells of smart contracts that will shape the future!
Join now to have fun and win cool prizes: moolah, swag and NFTs!
|Workshop / office hours||16:00 (UTC)|
|Huff Challenge #0.1: Stackoor $150 prize pool||18:00 (UTC)|
|Huff Challenge #0: Memory Enjoyoor $150 prize pool||20:00 (UTC)|
|Huff Challenge #1: Optimizor War by @minaminao $500 prize pool||22:00 (UTC)|
|29/9||Huff Challenge #2: @PraneshASP Challenge $400 prize pool||08:00 (UTC)|
|Speaker Session: huff-stacker by @shafu||13:00 (UTC)|
|Speaker Session: Production Huff by @jtriley||13:00 (UTC)|
|Huff Challenge #3: RareSkills Challenge $1,000 prize pool||14:00 (UTC)|
|30/9||Pre-Hackathon workshop / office hours||16:00 (UTC)|
|Hackathon begins! $6,000 prize pools||17:00 (UTC)|
|02/10||Hackathon ends.||16:00 (UTC)|
|Speaker Session: Huffidity by @Michaels||17:00 (UTC)|
|Speaker Session: METH/WETH by @philogy||18:00 (UTC)|
|03/10||Closing ceremony with Mystery speaker||13:00 (UTC)|
The Huff Hackathon is a virtual event where developers can learn about Huff and EVM programming, build projects, and compete for prizes. It's a great opportunity to learn, network, and collaborate with other developers.
The Huff Hackathon is a virtual event that will take place on X (formerly known as Twitter) and the Huff Discord server. The event will begin on Thursday, September 28, 2023, and end on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023.
To participate in the Huff Hackathon, you must register on our official website. Registration is free and open to developers of all levels and backgrounds.
Important dates and deadlines, including submission deadlines, will be available on our website and communicated to participants. Be sure to check the official hackathon page for updates.
Projects created using Huff and related to blockchain, Ethereum, or EVM are eligible for submission. Themes and categories, if any, will be announced prior to the hackathon.
Projects will be judged based on factors such as creativity, technical innovation, functionality, and overall impact. Detailed judging criteria will be provided to participants during the event.
While prior experience can be helpful, it is not a strict requirement. The hackathon may offer resources and support for participants to learn Huff and EVM programming during the event.
You can participate either as an individual or as part of a team. The ideal team size may vary, but having diverse skills within your team can be advantageous.
Yes, there are prizes and rewards for the winners, including cash prizes, swag, and potential opportunities to collaborate with industry experts. Details about the prizes will be announced closer to the event.