Browsers 3000 is a six week virtual event to explore and accelerate the development of web3 in the browser through experimentation, collaboration and challenge prizes.

Join us as we kick off on Thursday July 8 with a summit featuring speakers from browser vendors and the projects building browser infrastructure for web3 and P2P technologies today. Anticipate six weeks of learning and building, culminating in a show-and-tell demo session and awards ceremony.

*If you were unable to attend, you can still view the kickoff summit here!

Build applications, websites, browser extensions, libraries, modules, tools or learning materials that bring web3 or P2P to the web we have today. Come build the browser of tomorrow, today!

Additional prizes from event partners are listed here

Hackathon Sponsors

Prizes

$738,000 in prizes

First Place

• $10,000 in FIL

Second Place

• $5,000 in FIL

Third Place

• $3,000 in FIL

Protocol Labs Pool (36)

• $20,000 in FIL divided between projects which use IPFS or Filecoin.
• (No limit to the number of eligible projects)

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Requirements

  • Provide a URL to your code repository for judging and testing or a link to your functioning demo 

  • Include a video (about 3 minutes) that demonstrates your submission. Videos must be uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo, or Facebook Video and made public.

  • Text description that explains the features and functionality of the project 
  • Summary of how IPFS / Filecoin were used in developing the project and why they were chosen 

  • Summary of the challenges experienced

Judges

Mark Mayo

Mark Mayo

Lidel

Lidel

Daniel Buchner

Daniel Buchner

Yuriy Dybskiy

Yuriy Dybskiy

Thibault Munier

Thibault Munier

Julien Genestoux

Julien Genestoux

Brian Bondy

Brian Bondy

Ryan Baumann

Ryan Baumann

Vukasin Vukoje

Vukasin Vukoje

Judging Criteria

  • Quality of the Idea
    Creativity / Originality / Technical adeptness
  • Potential Value
    Adoptability / Every-day usage / Addressable market size
  • Implementation
    How well the idea was executed by the developers
  • Design
    How intuitive is the interface / ease of use / developer ergonomics
  • Novelty of the Idea
    Uniqueness

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