All coders, designers, makers in Shenzhen, China: if your inner beings are to code, design, build and hack things in a cool way; if you want to have fun with someone like you to spend 24 hours and make a weekend special; if you love using your superpower to win some (crypto) cash and prizes, if you have some side project you’ve been thinking about for weeks… then come on! Get your stuff at the TechCrunch Shenzhen Hackathon on Nov 17-18. There’s really no better place to build it than here. 

Like the traditional TC Hackathon, participating in the Hackathon is free, all you need to do is to register. And after 24 hours of building, hackers present their projects to their peers and a panel of judges.

Every hacker who successfully submit their project receives a two-day TechCrunch Shenzhen 2018 pass (valued 1299 RMB), a certificate of honor and a souvenir t-shirt.

The top teams win the grand prize and other special awards, including the Most Innovative Product, the Most Valuable Product, and the Most Completed Product awards.

There will also be a bunch of blockchain challenges from our sponsor Ontology and other partners. With blockchain’s versatile applications and penetration into a seemingly endless number of industries, the blockchain challenges bring different knowledge base and backgrounds, from gaming to supply chain software, from medical software to voting application. If you believe in blockchain then it is the place to prove it.

The TechCrunch Shenzhen Hackathon takes place at the Shenzhen Bay Inno Mall 深圳湾创新广场 on Nov 17-18. Get your tickets here. Click here for more information.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/techcrunch-2018-shenzhen-hackathon-tickets-51797978147

https://tc.technode.com/2018-shenzhen/en/hackathon/

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