4558 Registered Allowed team size: 1 - 5
4558 Registered Allowed team size: 1 - 5

This campaign is over.

idea phase
starts on:
Feb 01, 2024, 06:30 PM ()
ends on:
Apr 07, 2024, 06:25 PM ()
starts on:
Apr 08, 2024, 03:30 AM ()
ends on:
May 19, 2024, 06:29 PM ()


  1. Do I need to pay any money to register for the Hackathon?  No. You do not have to pay anything to anyone to register yourself for any Hackathon on HackerEarth.

  2. I am new to web3, can I participate in this Hackathon? Absolutely yes. Apart from the self learning ICP modules, we are organizing a full-fledged beginner level ICP workshop.

  3. How do I submit what I have made for the Hackathon?  You have to develop the application on your local system and submit it on HackerEarth with the Github repo link along with instructions to run the application and source code.

  4. Do we need to have the entire idea fully working?  The entire idea need not be fully implemented however, the submission should be functional so that it can be reviewed by the judges.

  5. What technologies should I use?  The Project must built on the ICP.

  6. Do I need to give a demo for the product that I have built?  Yes, you have to submit a small presentation or video that demos your submission.

  7. A fully developed application need to have a solid backend for data storage like SQL, Internet Computer etc. since its online, is it accepted to show only the prototype of it?  Yes it's absolutely fine to submit just the prototype. If you use any database like MySQL or Internet Computer, you can also submit a database dump along with your submission.

  8. If it is a team submission, does that mean all team members will have access to work at the same time?  Yes, all team members can login from their account and do application submission on HackerEarth.

  9. Who will own the IP(Intellectual Property) Rights to the product that I have built?  The developer/developers of the web/mobile application will have all rights and own the IP of the product. However, all code needs to be in public domain (open source) so that it can be evaluated by the judges.

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