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Ethos

We encourage developers, technologists, cypher punks, coders, crypto-economists, designers, makers, and the like to apply. Our ecosystem is bottom up. Emergent. A ground swell of diverse intelligences who are committed to #BUIDLing the decentralized future. The ETHDenver #BUIDLathon is about bringing together like minds around a common purpose. Distributed computing is the future, and Colorado is a leading community supporting this emerging technology. Our event is about empowering participants to shape this new world, while cementing the Rocky Mountain region and the State of Colorado as a thriving hub of blockchain innovation.

Note that we previously rebranded the event. We feel that “hackathons” are great technological experiences, but ETHDenver turned out to be so much more. Welcome to the ETHDenver #BUIDLathon + Community Gathering!

Values

Education + Community = #BUIDL

Year of the PEGABUFFICORN

2020 ‐ The Year We FLY

To join in the 2020 #BUIDLing, our spirit animal, the #Bufficorn, has invited its cousins from Mount Elbert & Mount Massive of the Sawatch Range; The PegaBufficorn.

#PegaBufficorns are masters of community & collaboration. They have built colonies throughout 142 countries worldwide. The Bufficorn know that if we seek to reach the masses with democracy & liberty, the #PegaBufficorn are key to this success.

LIKE THE BUFFICORN, THEY LIVE TO HELP OTHERS & CREATE A BETTER WORLD FOR ALL CREATURES GREAT & SMALL.

Colorado #1 For BLOCKCHAIN

Colorado is a hotbed of innovation. We also are on the forefront of thought leadership in new organizational structures & business models to build a better world. As blockchain has emerged as the “next big thing”, entrepreneurs & technologists from all over the Front Range believe that a decentralized world is possible with this technology. We aim to make this a reality.

2020 VENUEThe Sports Castle

In February of 2019, ETHDenver was held at the Sports Castle in the historic Golden Triangle District. To date, ETHDenver is the world’s largest & most diverse Ethereum #BUIDL event ever produced.

1000 N Broadway, Denver, CO 80203

2019 EVENT VITALS

2000+ PARTICIPANTS
800+ BUIDLERS
230 TEAMS
30 COUNTRIES
40 US STATES
62 INTERNATIONAL SPONSORS

#BUIDL Week Colorado, ETHDenver #BUIDLathon & Mountain Retreat

2020 Speakers, Panels & Workshops Throughout #BUIDL Week & ETHDenver

February 10-12(Denver/Boulder/Colorado Springs/Ft. Collins)

#BUIDL Week Colorado - Meetups, Talks & Workshops

Thu, February 13(Denver)
All Day
Final Day of #BUIDL Week
9AM-9PM
Early Check-in & Open Source Co-Working at Sports Castle
Fri, February 14(Denver)
8AM-5PM
#BUIDL Technical Workshops
6PM
Opening Session & Keynotes
8PM
#BUIDLing Begins
8PM-9PM
Open Mic - Final Icebreaker Team Formation
Sat, February 15
9AM-8PM
Speakers/Panels/Workshops
24 HRS
#BUIDLing
Sun, February 16(Denver)
8AM
Project Submission Deadline
10AM-2PM
Project Judging
10AM-2PM
Project Exhibition (Science Fair Style)
2-5PM
Closing Ceremonies, Presentations & Awards
5-10PM
ETHDenver Official Afterparty at Sports Castle
February 17-20(Breckenridge, CO)

Mountain Retreat

Tracks

ETHDenver will be Hosting Three Tracks for the #BUIDLATHON:
Bounty Track
#BUIDLathon participants can hack on open repos for which sponsor companies will offer bounties after successful completion.
Repos will be listed no more than 3 days before the #BUIDLathon begins. All prizes will be funded by company listing repos.
Bounties range from $500-$10,000 USD each.
Open Track
Participants are encouraged to work on any project of their choice.
No existing projects are allowed, in order to keep a level playing field.
ETHDenver will recognize top projects in dApps, tools & infrastructure.
The top 5 projects will share a prize pool of a minimum of $15,000 (cash or ETH equivalent).
Impact Track
Participants can submit projects which qualify under the UN Sustainability categories.
No existing projects are allowed as to keep a level playing field.
The top 5 projects will share a prize pool of a minimum of $15,000 (cash or ETH equivalent).

The #KeepETHDenverFree Bufficorn Store is Now Live!

Livestreaming

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Judges & Speakers
Joseph Lubin
Joseph Lubin

Founder, ConsenSys

Co-Founder, Ethereum

Vitalik Buterin

Chief Scientist

Ethereum Foundation

Jared Polis

Governer of Colorado

Caitlin Long

Executive Director, WyoHackathon

Erik Voorhees
Erik Voorhees

Founder, Shapeshift

Sean Li

CEO, Fortmatic

Austin Griffith

Technology Steward, ETHDenver

Ethereum Foundation

Jack O'Holleran

Founder, SKALE Labs

Yaniv Tal

Founder, The Graph

Hannah Parsons
Hannah Parsons

CEO, Exponential Impact

Coury Ditch

Co-Founder, ETHDenver

Taylor Monahan

Founder & CEO, MyCrypto

Scott Sanderson
Scott Sanderson

Founder, Sanderson IP Law

Kent Barton

Head of R&D, ShapeShift

Shala Burroughs
Shala Burroughs

VP of Strategy, RADAR

Founder, Crypto Mondays Denver

John Paller
John Paller

Founder, ETHDenver

Founder, Opolis

John Paller
Vinay Gupta

CEO,

Mattereum

Kevin Owocki
Kevin Owocki

Founder, Gitcoin

Sasha Shtern

Director, 0G Capital

Drew Kernosky, EA

Founder, Archer Tax Group

Tom Bean

Co-Founder & CEO, bZx

Yev Muchnik, Esq.


Founder, Launch Legal

Kartik Talwar

Co-Founder, ETHGlobal

Michael Perklin

CISO, Shapeshift

Board Member, C4

Liam Horne

Co-Founder, L4 & ETHGlobal

Christine Perry

Solutions Engineer, SKALE Labs

Tyler Lindholm

Wyoming House of Representatives

Thad Batt

Blockchain Solution Architect,

Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology

Josh Stark

Founder, L4

Founder, ETHGlobal

Jessica Angel

Founder, Artproject.io

Art & MakerSpace Steward, ETHDenver

Ethan Wilding

Founding Team

Ethereum Foundation

Matt Lockyer

Content Steward, ETHDenver

Bufficorn Stylist

Russell Castagnaro

Director of Digital Transformation

Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology

Thomas Hodges

Engineer, Chainlink

Jonny Howle

Design Lead, uPort

Simona Pop

Scholarship & Impact Steward,

ETHDenver

Gilles Fedak

CEO, iExec

Sergey Nazarov

CEO, Chainlink

Viktor Bunin

Judging Steward, ETHDenver

Bison Trails

Hannah Oreskovich

Comms & PR Steward, ETHDenver

Jedi Bufficorn Whisperer

Dmitry Buterin

Awareness Steward, ETHDenver

Piper Merriam

Ethereum Foundation

Elena Sinelnikova

Co-Founder, CryptoChicks

Niran Babalola

Founder, Panvala

Justin Moskowitz

Master Sorcerer, ETHDenver

Bufficorn Guild, Mt Yang

Robbie Bent

Ethereum Foundation

Elizabeth Kukka

Executive Director

Ethereum Classic Labs

Matt Cutler

Co-Founder & CEO,

Blocknative

Hudson Jameson

Ethereum Foundation

Matan Field

Founder, DAOStack

Jessica Levesque

Executive Director, C4

Kelly LeValley Hunt

Venture Partner,

Elliptic Curve Venture Partners

Robbie Greenfield

ConsenSys Impact

Devcon Scholars

Rouven Heck

ConsenSys Identity

Michael Sena

Co-Founder & CEO, 3Box

Hadrien Croubois

Research Engineer, iExec

Amanda Cassatt

Secretary, MarketingDAO

Advisor, Consensys

Griff Green

Cofounder, Commons Stack,

Giveth, & DAppNode

Evan van Ness

Curator, Week in Ethereum

Auryn MacMillan

User Research & BD, Colony

Brendan Asselstine

CTO, Pool Together

Sergii Kravchenko

Security Engineer

ConsenSys Diligence

Deniz Omer

Head of Ecosystem Growth,

Kyber Network

Polina Aladina

Technology Steward, ETHDenver

Cat Herder, BuffiDAO

Eylon Aviv

Founder, dHack

Guru di DAO, DAOStack

Shannon Ewing

Technologist for Social Impact

Isaac Ardis

Lead Client Developer

Ethereum Classic Core

John Wolport

Group Executive

Enterprise Mainnet, ConsenSys

Shiv Malik

Head of Communications

Streamr

Chris Purifoy

CEO, Learning Economy

Dan Shields

BUIDLWeek Steward, ETHDenver

Community Steward, Cryptorado

Steven Waterhouse

CEO, Orchid

Brent Xu

Director of Special Projects,

Tendermint

David Campbell

COO,

Electric Coin Co

Karen Scarbrough

Senior Technology Associate, BP

Mo Dong

Co-Founder, Celer Network

Braden Pezeshki

Founder & CTO,

Unstoppable Domains

Joshua McDougall

Associate Managing Director, Kroll

Board Member, C4

Taylor Kendall
Taylor Kendal

Chief Strategy Advisor, Learning Economy

Director, C-Lab

Asaf Shachaf

Business Lead,

Bancor

Tim Ogilvie

Co-Founder & CEO

Staked

Joel Thorstensson

Co-Founder, 3Box

Dan Elitzer

IDEO CoLab Ventures

Jason Goldberg

CEO & Maker,

Pepo by Ost

Shayan Eskandari

Security Engineer

Consensys Diligence

Billy Rennekamp

Developer Relations Engineer,

Tendermint

Charles St.Louis

Technical Consultant,

Maker Foundation

Patricio Worthalter

Founder, POAP

Anton Buenavista

Senior Developer, Kyber Network

Ken Fromm

Evangelist,

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Barak Manos

Blockchain Lead,

Bancor

Benjamin Bollen

Chief Blockchain Strategist,

OST.com

Kyle J Kistner

Co-Founder, bZx

Emily Coleman

Director, Wachsman NYC

Thomas Jay Rush

Founder, TrueBlocks LLC

Bradley Kam

Founder & Head of Business Development,

Unstoppable Domains

Gregory Rocco

Judging Steward, ETHDenver

Strategy Lead, Alpine

Bob Summerwill

Executive Director,

ETC Cooperative

Nik Kunkel

Head of Backend Services,

Maker Foundation

Illia Polosukhin

Co-Founder,

NEAR Protocol

Yudi Levi

Tech Lead,

Bancor

Ethan Bennett

Engineer. Maker Foundation

Eric Kintner

Partner, Snell & Wilmer

Vignesh Sundaresan

Founder & Lead Architect,

Lendroid

Josh Cincinnati

Executive Director,

Zcash Foundation

Richard Brown

Head of Community Development,

Maker Foundation

Devin Finzer

Co-Founder,

OpenSea

John Crain

CEO,

SuperRare

Theo Goodman

RarePepe Foundation

Michelle Rempel Garner

Member of Parliament,

Calgary Nose Hill, Alberta, Canada

Shane Fontaine

Co-Founder,

Authereum

Josh Swihart

VP Marketing and Business Development,

Electric Coin Co

Nate Hindman

Head of Growth,

Bancor

Gustavo Grillasca

Founder,

ArtOlin

Anne Connelly

Blockchain Faculty,

Singularity University

Mara Schmiedt

Strategy Lead,

Codefi Networks

Jake Brukhman

Founder & Managing Partner,

CoinFund

Lane Rettig

Protocol Engineer,

Spacemesh

Collin Myers

Head of Activate,

Codefi Networks

Carson Farmer

Dev & Community,

Textile.io

Brad McDermott

Software Engineer,

Quorum, J.P. Morgan

Garrett MacDonald

Founder,

Tuku.Dev

Tom Schmidt

Junior Partner,

Dragonfly Capital

Baek Kim

Investments,

Hashed

Richard Chen

Partner,

1confirmation

Kyle Samani

Managing Partner,

Multicoin Capital

Ronen Kirsh

Managing Partner,

Dekrypt Capital

Nodar Janashia

Co-founder,

DeFiZap

Grace Torellas

Co-Founder & Executive Director,

Blockchain 4 Humanity

Matthew Finestone

Director of Business Development,

Loopring

Alice Henshaw

Smart Contract Engineer,

Fluidity

Yaz Khoury

Director of Developer Relations,

Ethereum Classic Cooperative

Marguerite deCourcelle

CEO,

Blockade Games

Aparna Krishnan

Co-Founder & CTO,

Opyn

Csilla Brimer

Community Growth, Open Economy Initiative

Felix Feng

Co-Founder & CEO,

Set Protocol

Jason Teutsch

Founder,

Truebit

Richard Ma

CEO,

Quantstamp

Zubin Koticha

CEO & Cofounder,

Opyn

James Hancock

Hardfork Coordinator,

Ethereum

Anthony Lusardi

Developer Advocate,

DAML

Johann Eid

Developer Evangelist & Product Manager,

Chainlink

Vii Sundaram

Head of Technology,

Lendroid

Min Teo

Partner,

ConsenSys Labs Investments

Aidan Hyman

CEO,

ChainSafe Systems

Don Ho

Managing Director,

Quantstamp

Dietrich Ayala

Ecosystem Growth Engineer,

IPFS

Ejaaz Ahamadeen

Global Lead Token Architect,

ConsenSys

Dmitry Shklovsky

Co-Founder,

QuikNode.io

Andrew Redden

CTO, Groundhog

Chris Battenfield

Engineer,

Codefi Networks

Sanjana Khoobchandani

Director of Global Business Development,

Room to Read

Patrick Gallagher

Coder & Founder,

One Click Dapp

Miao Zhicheng

Founder,

DECENTRAL.EE

Cal Evans

Managing Associate,

Gresham International

Manuel Polzhofer

Software Engineer,

Centrifuge

James Wo

Founder & Chairman,

ETC Labs

Viktor Diordiiev

Chief Commercial Officer,

Arweave

Anand Venkateswaran

Communications,

Lendroid

Deborah Simpier

Co-Founder,

Althea

Joel Comm

Co-Host,

Bad Crypto Podcast

Travis Wright

Co-Host,

Bad Crypto Podcast

Sean Brennan

Developer Relations Lead,

Infura

Kylen McClintock

Co-Founder,

Blockchain For Sustainable Development

Erick Pinos

President,

BEN

Mel Vera

Vice President,

BEN

Kate Stapleton

Region Head,

BEN Canada

Mariano Conti

Head of Smart Contracts,

Maker Foundation

Ben Heidorn

CTO & Co-Founder,

Blockade Games

Paul Cowgill

Founder & CEO,

Tasit Labs

Dennison Bertram

Hero,

DappHero

Thessy Mehrain

Co-Founder Liquality, Consensys

Founder, Women in Blockchain

Nathan Handler

Engineer,

Orchid

Justin Sheek

Engineer,

Orchid

Edward Felten

Co-Founder & Chief Scientist,

Offchain Labs

Alex Van de Sande

Designer,

UniLogin

Sina Habibian

Advisor,

Ethereum Foundation

Lasse Clausen

Founding Partner,

1kx

Dmitriy Berenzon

Research Partner,

Zenith Ventures

Vaibhav Chellani

Blockchain Engineer,

Matic Network

Joe Petrowski

Research Analyst,

Parity Technologies

David Mihal

Engineer,

Burner Factory

Victor Grau Serrat

Director of Engineering,

Enigma

Kurt Kumar

Program Manager,

Capilarity

James Young

Co-Founder,

Abridged

Gavin McDermott

Investor,

IDEO CoLab Ventures

Casey Gardiner

Volunteer Steward, ETHDenver,

Senior Software Engineer, Dapix

Nate McKervey

Head of Blockchain & DLT,

Splunk

Adelyn Zhou

CMO,

Chainlink

Ryoma Ito

Co-Founder,

Makersplace

John Adler

Blockchain skeptic,

Fuel Labs

Tatiana Moroz

CEO & Founder,

TatianaCoin

Megan Knab

CEO,

VeriLedger

Dustin Goodwin

Co-Founder, ETHDenver

People Operations, NEAR Protocol

Ganesh Swami

Co-Founder & CEO,

Covalent

Anna Vladi

CEO & Founder,

BlocX

Adryenn Ashley

CEO & Founder,

Loly Labs Inc.

Laura Shin

Host,

Unchained and Unconfirmed

Jess Nichol

Facilitator,

Bedrock Culture and Leadership

Josh Zemel

Facilitator,

Bedrock Culture and Leadership

Michael Porcelli

Facilitator,

Bedrock Culture and Leadership

Vojtech Simetka

Technologist,

Blockchain for Humanity

Katie Johnson

Program Director,

Relays

Zach Herring

Program Director,

Relays

Jeff Roberts

Legal & Crypto Reporter,

Fortune

Kieran Daniels

Growth,

Blocknative

Sherry Jones

Founder,

Social Good Engine

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Frequently Asked Questions
ETHDenver is the largest Web3 #BUIDLathon in the world (formerly known as a hackathon) for Ethereum and other blockchain protocol enthusiasts, designers and developers. The 3 day event is open 24 hours a day with a wide variety of activities including talks and workshops by top blockchain influencers and experts. The purpose is to contribute to the global blockchain ecosystem, whether by #BUIDLing decentralized applications (dApps), contributing to or starting infrastructure level projects, writing documentation/tutorials/white-papers, designing UI/UX, or info-graphics. So bring your inner awesomeness and some friends. We’ll provide mentors, resources, and provisions.
Ethereum Denver has supported the region's blockchain community since early 2014, and is one of the meetup groups contributing to this event. With over 3,000 members, its goal is to provide opportunities for learning and connections. Along with its sister Meetups – Boulder Blockchain, Ethereum Boulder, and Rocky Mountain Blockchain – there are over 5,500 people registered to participate in regional events.
ETHGlobal is a series of international events aimed at #buidling the future of decentralization. It was launched officially at ETHDenver 2018. ETHDenver is a part of the ETHGlobal series.
The #BUIDL meme was introduced formally to the ETH community at ETHDenver 2018 and has stuck as the community wide rallying cry throughout the world. #BUIDL is the our response to the BTC (Bitcoin) community's #HODL. We think #hodling (holding) cryptocurrencies is important, but we think that #buidling (aka building) is much more important. Without #buidling the decentralized future, #hodling will be just a sport of vanity.
Anyone 18 and over (at the time of the event) can apply to participate in the #BUIDLathon. Applications are based on interest in blockchain technology and demonstrated ability to code, design or otherwise meaningfully contribute to a project. Applications from any corner of the globe will be accepted. PLEASE NOTE that non-technical contributors are welcome as well. If you have something you think you can add to the ecosystem – whether it's a knack for crafting white papers to explain dApps, a creative or artistic perspective, or an entrepreneurial vision – we'd welcome your talents and skills on one of the #BUIDLathon teams.
Yes. But not being 18 (legal adulthood in the US), you cannot legally agree to our application waiver. With parent/legal guardian consent and release you can attend with them (or a chaperone approved by your parent/guardian). For under 18 application information, please submit your application, selecting the under 18 option, and contact us at applications@ethdenver.com to finalize your application.
I understand that ETHDenver is a community hackathon intended for collaboration and learning in the community. We value the participation of each member of the community and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to other attendees throughout the event. To make clear what is expected, all attendees and speakers at this event are required to conform to the following Code of Conduct. Organizers will enforce this code throughout the event. Harassment includes but is not limited to offensive verbal comments, hacks, or other online activity related to gender, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, age, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, physical appearance, race, religion, sexual images, deliberate intimidation, stalking, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention. Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. If participants fail to comply they will be asked to leave the event. Be careful and mindful of the words that you choose. Remember that sexist, racist, and other exclusionary comments and hacks can be offensive to those around you. I understand that if a participant engages in behavior that violates this code of conduct, the ETHDenver organizers will take any action they deem appropriate, including warning the offender or expulsion from the hackathon or other ETHDenver activities.
Anyone can apply to attend the workshops & speakers. It is a public event. All #BUIDLathon participants are also able to attend as part of their acceptance to the #BUIDLathon. You do not have to have any specific skills or abilities to apply. Just an interest in Web3 tech and the decentralized future. Due to restrictions on crowd capacity, not all applications for workshop & speaker tickets can be accepted.
Applications for ETHDenver 2020 will open on November 10, 2019 during the final day of ETHWaterloo 2019.
WAVE 1: Apply by November 30th prior to midnight & receive confirmation no later than December 1st by 9PM MT. // WAVE 2: Apply by December 20th prior to midnight & receive confirmation no later than December 21st by 9PM MT. // WAVE 3: Apply by January 15th prior to midnight & receive confirmation no later than January 16th by 9PM MT. // You may apply AFTER January 15th and we will approve applications based on availability. For best results, you must have your application submitted by January 15th. NOTE: If you are not initially accepted, you (or your team) will be automatically allocated to our waitlist.
If your application is allocated to the waitlist on Wave 1 or 2, you will be notified during Wave 3 acceptances, no later than January 16th, if we are able to accept you. If you are still on the waitlist after Wave 3, we may still have space to accept your application and will continue accepting people as space becomes available.
Absolutely! You can apply to attend the Workshop & Speaker events in addition to the #BUIDLathon. Note that those attending Workshops & Speakers events will not have access to the #BUIDLathon.
ETHDenver is free for approved applicants. We are currently working on a staking mechanism to reduce the "no-show" rate of applications. More information about "staking" will be available November 10th when applications open.
Unfortunately, no. We will do everything possible to allow as many people as we can to attend. If you show up to ETHDenver without being accepted via the regular registration & applications paths, we will be unable to allow you entrance to the event. There will be no exceptions to this policy due to liability restrictions. All attendees will receive a lanyard and wristband (which cannot be removed), to ensure no unauthorized persons gain access to the event.
Flights should be arranged to Denver International Airport. Our venue is conveniently located in the heart of the city, so transportation and access is simple and easy. The address is: Sports Castle, 1000 N Broadway, Denver, CO 80203. View additional hotel and transportation options on our Travel Page.
You need at least two to form a team. This is not a solo sport; collaboration is key. The max for any one team is 4 people. If you don’t have a team, there will be an opportunity to form or join one on location at the #BUIDLathon.
Additional 2020 Team Joining Details Coming Soon! Leading up to the ETHDenver #BUIDLathon, the Colorado blockchain community will host #BUIDL Week, where ETHDenver participants, sponsors, and community members will host events and stream live content and workshops. These events will be great opportunities to connect with others and chat about project ideas. See a full list of Colorado’s meetups here and consider joining one near you.

If you’re not a Colorado resident, we recommend looking for a blockchain meetup in your local region to connect with other possible teammates.

There’s a first time for everything. If you’re not an experienced developer, that’s quite alright. If you’re interested in learning, even better reason to come. We’ll provide mentors, resources and workshops to help you sharpen your skills and unleash your inner awesomeness. Be eager, coachable and open. You never know what you might be able to create.
We believe in a level playing field. As such, pre-existing projects are not allowed if you wish to be considered for prizes. You may, however, build a new feature for an existing project that is unique and standalone. Judges will make the final decision on whether a project will qualify for prize consideration.
The focus of all speakers and workshops will be on decentralization and all things blockchain – for example, development tools and practices such as Solidity, Vyper, testnets, state channels, tokenomics, and so on. The official schedule will be announced shortly before ETHDenver 2020. Regarding fun stuff, we will provide many activities to help you take effective breaks and reset your brain. There will also be ample opportunities for socializing and connecting with your fellow participants and #BUIDLathon contributors.
Please bring your own laptop computer. We will provide table, chair, power and a strong enterprise grade wifi internet connection. No desktop computers please.
ETHDenver is a live, in-person event only. We are unable to host individuals or teams who wish to compete virtually. It will be possible to watch the ETHDenver live stream online.
If you are in need of financial assistance for travel and wish to attend ETHDenver, please fill out the application form here. Please note that we have a limited amount of scholarships available. Each request will be evaluated on a case by case basis and will be awarded no later than January 16th.
You can view details on ETHDenver judging here. Top rated teams will have the opportunity to present/demo their project on stage in front of the entire #BUIDLathon at our closing ceremony (also viewable globally via live stream).
The ETHDenver team has been incredibly impressed with the quality of projects we’ve seen before, and picking a “winner” quickly becomes a game of inches and preferences. This is why for the second year in a row, we have chosen to split each track’s prize pool equally among the Top 5 teams in their track. For example, if there are 13 Open teams and seven Impact teams in the final round, the Top 5 Open teams will split the Open Track prize and the Top 5 Impact teams will split the Impact Track prize. Celebrity Judges will not be deciding the Open/Impact track finalists, but will be selecting their favorite team to receive a recognition award and accompanying monetary prize. Going home with the “Vitalik’s Choice” award would be an honor to us, and, we hope, to you. Bounties will have a huge variety of prizes including swag, tokens, cash, and more, and will give you the opportunity to be announced on the main stage!
Bounties and Prizes will be distributed via ETH or DAI a few weeks after the conclusion of the event. Winning teams will receive Event Specific ERC20 tokens from the BuffiDAO to their team wallet. These tokens will be exchanged for ETH/DAI and remitted to team members after we receive individual wallet addresses and tax forms, where necessary.
Diversity encompasses the full range of experiential, ethnic, socio-economic backgrounds, countries of origin, sexual preferences, and gender orientations. We are truly a "big umbrella" community, and believe we're far stronger for having a rich variety of backgrounds and diverse intelligences.
The #Bufficorn is a magical fantastical animal that represents the collaborative spirit of ETHDenver. They live in communities atop Colorado's 14'er mountain peaks and strive to serve their communities above their own selfish interests.
The #Bufficorn makes quite a unique sound, "BUIDL!". It is solely responsible for the Ethereum community's rally cry. Those who subscribe to the community nature of the #Bufficorn will honor this incredible creature by replicating its call to action!
All #BUIDLathon participants will have beverages/snacks/food trucks provided for them. General attendees of workshops & speakers will have access to food-trucks during meal hours, however will bear their own expense.
ETHDenver will be rife with couches, chill spaces, bean bags and other resting amenities for those who wish to maximize hacking time and "power nap". We'll also have a relaxation room away from the action with additional places to rest your eyes. The official event hotel is the Art Hotel located 2 blocks from the venue, with a limited number of $159 rooms available. Additionally, the Sheraton has a limited number of $89 rooms available. Hotel and other details are available at the ETHDenver Travel Page.
Complimentary childcare will be available at ETHDenver 2020. ETHDenver is proud to be partnering with Nanno for this service, a Denver child care company who will take care of your Buffikiddos while you #BUIDL. Nanno's experienced professionals will oversee your child(ren)’s supervision at no cost to you from 8AM-8PM daily during the BUIDLATHON weekend only, February 15th-17th. Child care is not available during #BUIDL Week activities.

Nanno will be onsite at ETHDenver, so you don't have to worry about picking up or dropping off your children at another location. Our childcare area is connected directly to the main BUIDLATHON area at Denver's Sports Castle. Children will even be provided catering during their stay! ETHDenver 2020 will also have onsite nursing and pumping rooms available for mothers.

In order to ensure we are able to accommodate everyone who may need this service, please book your childcare for ETHDenver 2020 with Nanno today. Know you'll need child care at ETHDenver? Reserve now! Not sure? Book now anyway! We'd rather have more Nanno staff available than needed, than insufficient staff to accept your child, so please help us help you.

All childcare reservations for ETHDenver must be made by February 8th. SIGN UP HERE!

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