About the challenge

Join us for the highly anticipated Dappathon Season 2, a groundbreaking virtual hybrid hackathon brought to you by Spheron Network and Bunzz!

Are you ready to dive into the world of decentralized applications (DApps) and unleash your creativity? This season promises to be bigger, better, and more exciting than ever before. Whether you're an experienced developer, a blockchain enthusiast, or a newbie eager to learn, Dappathon Season 2 welcomes participants from all skill levels.

As a virtual event, Dappathon Season 2 offers the best of both worlds. You can choose to participate remotely from the comfort of your own home. 

Partnering with Spheron Network and Bunzz, dAppathon Season 2 offers a unique opportunity to tap into their expertise and resources. Spheron Network, a leading blockchain platform, brings its state-of-the-art infrastructure and developer tools to the table, empowering participants to build innovative and scalable DApps. Bunzz, a smart contract ecosystem, provides tools to simplify DApp development alongside mentorship during the hackathon to help you bring your ideas to life faster. 


What to Build

Spheron Network,  Bunzz & Router

  • Automate Template Deployment: Utilise Buzz & Spheron SDKs to build dapp that deploy a full stack dapp (FE +Contracts).
  • Spheron GPT: Utilise Spheron GPT CLI to build a web3dapp (NFT marketplace, DEX, NFT Drop, etc) and mention all the steps taken to do so.
  • Game Track: Utilise Spheron Storage SDK (IPFS & IPNS) to build a game NFT dapp
  • Access Control: Utilise Spheron SDK Access Control to build NFT or Gaming apps. For e.g. Private NFT Marketplace, Special Art Collection NFT, etc
  • Token Gated Attendance Activities: Launch your own ERC20 token and use Spheron Access Control SDK to build creative dapp for token gated.
  • Bunzz Ecosystem: Utilize the Bunzz ecosystem to easily deploy and manage smart contracts on your preferred EVM-based chain
  • Bunzz DeCipher: Utilize Bunzz DeCipher to generate smart contract documentation of your deployed contract. (If applicable).
  • Decentralized Cross-chain Identity Decentralized Cross-chain Identity Aggregator that enables linking user identities across multiple networks on the Router chain. Think of a cross-chain ENS where identities are mapped of all networks to single .ROUTE address.
  • Slashing Insurance:  A simple insurance protocol where the Router-chain community can provide insurance for validators against the risk of being slashed.
  • Cross-Chain Yield Aggregator: Simplify staking across multiple chains by allowing users to view and stake from any chain they have funds on, eliminating the need for asset transfers.

What to Submit

  1. Project Description
    1. The name and summary of the project
    2. Names/pseudonyms of team members and contact info (e.g., GitHub handle, email address, or other)
  2. How the project uses Spheron/Bunzz with explicit links to files & functions in code where this technology is used and addresses of smart contracts deployed.
    1. Link to the publicly visible source code repository
    2. Provide comprehensive README, incl. a clear description of the work and mention of how our tech is used in the Technologies Used section of README.
    3. Include a link to the working demo or provide a testing guide
  3. Showcase
    1. Short (typically 2-3 minute) video that presents the idea, including a brief demo that demonstrates the use of Spheron/Bunzz

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$5,500 in prizes
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Spheron Track Prize Winner (4)
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Bunzz Track Prize Winner (4)
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Router Track Prize Winner (3)
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Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


Prashant Maurya

Prashant Maurya
CEO, Spheron Network

Judging Criteria

  • Innovation
    The uniqueness and creativity of the idea behind the decentralized application.
  • Functionality
    The application's functionality, user experience, and ease of use.
  • Impact
    The application's potential impact on society and its ability to solve a real-world problem.
  • Technical Difficulty
    The complexity of the project, its technical components, and how well it has been executed.

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