So ETHWarsaw, 2023 just concluded a few days ago and going through all the notable events for writing this recap journey was absolutely jaw-dropping to say the least.
The 2nd edition packed a punch when it came to delivery, not only in terms of numbers and execution, but also the vibes. The event truly lived up to the culture and heritage of Warsaw. The stage, decor, hacker assembly were all LIT.
Let’s now take a recap tour of everything that went down in ETHWarsaw: from the numbers, winners and more…
Everything that happened at ETHWarsaw, 2023
Synopsis: ETH Warsaw, organized by a passionate group of local Ethereum enthusiasts, returns for its second edition, bringing together a global community of builders, founders, and educators in Web3.
The event was a massive success and saw the participation of:
- 52 hours of coding
- 200+ pizzas
- 200+ litres of beer
- 40+ projects hacking
- 48,000 in bounties
A total of 44 projects were in the race to win the final showdown, but 6 finalists emerged as the winners and crossed the finishing line.
The Mega-Minds & Enablers:
While the Hackers are at the core of shipping projects, we have to give a standing ovation to the Spealers & the Sponsors, who make such Hackathons a possibility.
The speaker’s list was nothing short of electric. The best from the industry brought in their knowledge bank and shared it with the hackers. These speakers add the exact punch of motivation required for all the “New Hackers on the Block”
Coming to the Sponsors, these big-boys help events as big as ETHWarsaw come to life in more ways than one. From the side-events to the monetary prizes… the sponsors are the true OG of the events space.
Standing out amongst the 44 projects were the top 6, which made an impact on the judges and proved that their build was suitable for real-world use as well as making an impact with the available protocol technology at hand
Take a look at them:
- DashDAO: Better visibility for your DAOs, your Votes and your Delegates. DashDao is a tracking and alert system for delegations. Users are able to see clear and relevant DAO and delegate information.
- MultiLend: MultiLend is a groundbreaking cross-chain lending protocol that allows users to seamlessly deposit assets as collateral on one blockchain while gaining the ability to access borrowed funds on a different chain.
- CircuitBreakerUI: Their project comprises a visual UI dashboard meticulously crafted for interaction with CircuitBreakers.It boasts real-time data visualization, customizable settings, and performance metrics, providing protocols with the ability to exercise detailed control over their CircuitBreakers.
- Split3: Splitting payments with friends and that to in crypto? Sounds awesome? Well, Split3 does just that. Split3 simplifies expense management by allowing groups to collaboratively track and settle debts in real-time, using on-chain transactions.It also enables shared pool control, letting members collectively decide fund utilization with easy transfers upon majority approval. Additionally, it streamlines debt settlement, allowing friendly payment requests to remind users of outstanding debts.
- Challenge Accepted; “Challenge Accepted” serves as a thrilling arena for adventurous individuals with a sense of compassion. Participants can issue challenges, stake ETH as a wager, and assemble a panel of impartial internet volunteers to determine their success.Successful challengers recover their ETH, while unsuccessful attempts result in contributions to charity. It resembles a virtual spectacle where both triumphant feats and spectacular failures contribute to a meaningful cause.
- TCP – To Co Pijemy: It’s pretty straightforward: just fill your glass with juice. Payment is required, but you can easily do it using AlephZero or the Mantle network with cryptocurrency.Simply use your phone to scan the QR code, which will take you to their website and display the top drinkers’ leaderboard. After the transaction is completed, the dispenser will fill your glass
Each will be awarded $1000 from the ETHWarsaw Foundation & Ethereum Foundation Ecosystem Support Program
In closing, ETHWarsaw 2023 was a huge success and a testament to the vibrant and ever growing Ethereum developer community.
The event which was “For Builders, By Builders” truly brought out the community aspect of a hackathon. I hope this blog has helped you learn more about ETHWarsaw 2023 and the exciting world of Ethereum.
See you with the next ETH Hackathon event coverage on forWeb3