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💡Challenge #1 - Powered by Neon Labs

Fork a successful app on Ethereum and bring it to Solana by using Neon Labs EVM capabilities.

The Neon Ethereum Virtual Machine is an Ethereum-like environment that makes it possible for Solidity contracts and Ethereum-like transactions to function on Solana, while enjoying its fast and cheap transaction environment.


💡Challenge #2 - Powered by Ripio and IOTX

Create a Web3 product that can provide a frictionless experience for beginner users in Latin America and be featured in Ripio wallet to their 2 million users.

Ripio is one of the first crypto companies in Latin America with over 2 million users. Their focus is on developing and strengthening the new digital economy by offering a positive introductory experience into different Web3 product types. Ripio has built a digital wallet designed for Latin American users who are new to blockchain and is looking for Web3 applications with great user experience to showcase on their wallet dashboard: i.e. a new front end for a complex DEX, a tool that allows users to create NFTs in very easy steps, etc.

💡Challenge #3 -  Powered by 1inch 

Enrich 1inch ecosystem by developing a solution to one of their list

The 1inch Network unites decentralized protocols enabling the most lucrative, fastest and protected operations in DeFi, select one of the following topics and pic the one that you'd like to work on: 

💡Challenge #4 - Our Public Goods Challenge powered by AUT protocol 

Create a 2.5 application - Upgrade an existing government-related application by adding a blockchain layer on top of it to allow transparency, public ownership, and community engagement.

💡Challenge #5 - Frontend SDK or Smart-Contract by Azuro

Enrich Azuro ecosystem by developing a solution to one of the 5 bounties in this list:

  • Task1: Betting frontend 
  • Task2: Tools to aggregate and analyze Azuro odds
  • Task 3. Dispute Resolution Mechanism 
  • Task 4: User competition mechanism 
  • Task 5: Subgraphs