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Legal Nodes is a Legal Partner of Blockchain Hackathon Organized by LongHash!

We are delighted to announce that Legal Nodes collaboration with LongHash Germany continues! Legal Nodes is honoured to be a legal partner of the CryptoCon Hackathon, the second part of CryptoCon Vol.2 – a series of events designed to ignite an in-depth discussion about blockchain technology, scheduled to unfold in Berlin, Germany from the 17th to 19th of May, 2019.

Hackathon (the 18-19th of May)

During a two-day hackathon mentors will engage with “hackers” to frame their ideas and turn them into practical approaches. All it takes is a group of developers with visionary minds, looking to find innovative blockchain-powered solutions to exciting challenges:

  •   - How to implement Algo Orders in Cybex Dex?
  •   - How to automate the bidding procedure for the LPWAN devices in order to reduce the costs for the LPWAN users?
  •   - How to implement an anonymous data collection scheme that allows the manufacturer to anonymously collect data from its end devices without knowing exactly which device it came from?

Evaluated by a panel of judges, winners will earn up to 30 ETH equivalent prize. Applications close on April 30, 2019 and are processed on a rolling basis. Do not miss your opportunity!

Hash Talk Conference (the 17th of May)

A two-day hackathon is preceded by Hash Talk Conference – an afternoon-long summit, featuring industry professionals from Asia and Europe. Leading technology and business experts will shed the light on the latest trends and developments in the blockchain space.

To attend this amazing speaking event please register at Eventbrite.

Legal Nodes Team is beyond excited to be a CryptoCon Vol.2 Hackaton legal partner and make its own contribution to building a truly global blockchain society.

See you there!

Previously we have reported that Legal Nodes teamed up with LongHash to prepare a map with Security Token Offering regulation worldwide.

Legal Nodes Team

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