Build financial analysis and blockchain applications in the investment space.

The best way to learn something often is to just throw yourself in.

The open source community has made a ton of amazing tools for us to create blockchain, fintech, and data analytics tools. With blockchain you can create truly decentralized applications, helping people have more trust and transparency in the world. Fintech applications allow better resource managment, retirement savings, alpha seeking strategies and more. Not to mention blockchain and fintech engineers in Boston can make over $200k a year.

We invite everyone (experienced and new) to come take part in our first hackathon.

We will have workshops and tutorials on blockchain as well as introductory algorithmic trading tutorials. Woot woot!

We want users to build anything that excites them, and prompts will be given the day of. Teams of 1 - 5 people are recommended, and prizes will be given out after to see what everyone's made! This is happening at the WeWork at 31 St. James Ave in Boston, MA.

We hope to see everyone there!

Please register HERE on eventbrite so we can have a solid count of users 

 

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Eligibility

 

Eligibility

Anyone may enter in teams of 1 - 5 people on site. You must have registered HERE, as there is limited seat open. If you're looking for a team, please join the slack group #alphavhack

 

 

Requirements

Submission Requirements

Submissions will be in the demo form, and their shown work, codebase, or project may be submitted via github, on-chain contract, notebook, spreadsheet or any form desired. 

Submission Rights & Display

The event retains the right to publize the projects that the attendees submit, but the attendees will maintain all rights to the project itself. 

Judges

Patrick Collins

Patrick Collins
Alpha Vantage

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
  • Fintech Applicability
  • Technical Difficulty