Hack.Ether.Camp Adds Two Judges and a Forum
For those new to this exciting Ethereum event, Ether.camp will host their second, online global hackathon that will span over five weeks with a first place prize of $50K.
Hack.ether.camp is a hackathon that has already registered almost 600 developers which were divided into camps to develop over 100 ideas as their projects.
Ether.camp just announced the addition of two more judges to their panel. Matthew Tan of EtherScan and Vlad Cealicu of CryptoCompare will aid the judging panel on the decision of who the winning camp will be.
Also due to an overwhelming amount of questions about the hackathon, Ether.camp has added a forum onto their website.
In the last 24 hours we’ve had an unbelievable amount of questions
and requests, and we love it. We want to ensure that the dialog with
all of you is very open and effective, that is why we’re launching the
Ether.camp also wants to remind fans that they have a major role to play in this hackathon. Fans may cast their votes to help judges choose an overall prize winner, and participate in a value token sale.
During Devcon2 Ether.camp interviewed Joseph Lubin, Founder, and CEO of ConsenSys. He said in the interview:
Online hackathons give developers a little more leisure, more time to produce higher quality submissions, and explore different approaches. It generally gives them more time to learn the tools and technology as well.
Here is the full interview: