We're issuing a national challenge to all professionals, students and enterprises. Bring your blockchain innovation to life for a chance to transform the landscape of blockchain platforms and possibly win prizes totaling SGD$80,000!!!
Objective of Competition
For this hackathon, teams are to propose innovative and creative Web 3.0 solutions or tools using the blockchain as the underlying technology stack.
About the Organisation
Singapore Blockchain Innovation Programme (SBIP) is an initiative founded by Enterprise Singapore (ESG), Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), the National Research Foundation Singapore (NRF), and supported by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to further strengthen Singapore’s blockchain ecosystem.
Web3.0: The Next Vision of the Internet
Web 3.0 is the third and next generation of the Internet that does not yet have a canonical, universally accepted definition. It will have a strong emphasis on decentralized applications and make extensive use of blockchain-based technologies as well as machine learning and artificial intelligence to help empower more intelligent and adaptive applications. As Web 3.0 is currently being defined and developed, therein lies challenges and potential for innovation and creativity.
For this hackathon, teams are to propose innovative and creative Web 3.0 solutions or tools using the blockchain as the underlying technology stack. Solutions may cover all relevant Web 3.0 topics or concepts and teams may layer other non-blockchain technologies for their projects. There is no limitation on which blockchain to deploy on. The aim of the Singapore Blockchain Innovation Challenge 2022 is to unleash one’s innovation and creativity so go crazy with their ideas!!!
Prize pool includes:
Take this opportunity to build a Web3.0 MVP utilising blockchain technologies to transform your business! Tap on our mentors to accelerate the development of your blockchain use-case.
Prize pool includes:
Experience a cutting edge blockchain hackathon! Work hands-on with fellow blockchain enthusiasts to come up with innovative web3.0 solutions and stand to win attractive prizes.
A hybrid launch event showcasing talks, panel discussions and SBIP project demonstrations with guest speakers.
Registration and Proposal & Prototype Submission
Register your teams and submit your proposals, prototype & code by 9 January, 23:59 hrs SGT. More details on submission requirements will be shared via email and discord.
Shortlisting of Finalists
Our panel of judges will review your submissions and invite teams for the Finale Round.
A hybrid event comprising project presentations from shortlisted teams, talks and panel discussions with guest speakers.
|10:00AM - 10:45AM||Opening Ceremony & Hackathon Launch|
|10:45AM - 11:15PM||Panel Discussion on "Web3.0: The Digital Renaissance - Implications and Opportunities"|
|11:15AM – 12:00PM||Seminar 1: "Developing dApps completely on-chain with the Internet Computer Protocol" by Paul Liu, Dfinity Foundation|
|12:00PM – 02:00PM||Lunch Break|
|02:00PM – 02:40PM||Seminar 2: "Trust, Security, and Privacy in the Web3 World" by Ben Chan, UKISS Technology|
|02:45PM – 03:05PM||SBIP Demo 1: "TezSign - A Digital Signing Platform for Everyone"|
|03:05PM – 03:30PM||Seminar 3: "A Post-Quantum World and its Implications on the Blockchain" by Daniel Lim, SBIP|
|03:30PM – 04:10PM||Seminar 4: "Constructing a Practical Decentralised Cloud with Blockchains and Trusted Execution Envionments" by Shelven Zhou, Phala Network|
|04:10PM – 04:30PM||SBIP Demo 2: "ChainHub - A Secure & Performant Solution for Cross-Chain Digital Assets Exchange"|
|04:30PM – 05:30PM||Networking Session|
|9:00AM – 12:30PM||Project Presentations (Finale Round)|
|12:30PM – 02:00PM||Lunch Break|
|02:00PM – 02:40PM||Seminar 5: "Acentrik - The Decentralized Data Marketplace for Enterprise" by Calvyn Tng, Acentrik, Mercedes-Benz Singapore|
|02:45PM – 03:05PM||SBIP Demo 3: "Verazt - A Web3.0 Tool Ensuring the Security of Blockchain Smart Contract"|
|03:05PM – 03:30PM||Seminar 6: "TBC"|
|03:30PM – 04:00PM||Award & Closing Ceremony|
|04:00PM – 04:30PM||Fireside Chat: "General Chat with Finalists"|
|04:30PM – 05:30PM||Networking Session|
The theme for the Singapore Blockchain Innovation Challenge 2022 is Web3.0. We require projects to develop solutions using blockchain technologies.
This event is organised by the Singapore Blockchain Innovation Programme which is a collaborative and nationwide technical community hosted at the National University of Singapore. Visit us at https://sbip.sg to find out more!
Yes, there are no restrictions except that participants under the Enthusiast track should only use platforms, blockchains, APIs, libraries or software development kits that are available and authorized for public use.
Yes, you can start preliminary work on your hack. But to be fair to other participants, most of your hack’s source code must be written during the hackathon period.
To be eligible to register for the Corporate track, an ACRA registration number is required. The judging criteria, rules and prizes for both tracks are different. The judging criteria would be stricter for Corporate track but participating companies are allowed to use their own private APIs and can stand to win 1 year free SBIP membership.
No, project teams should have a minimum of two members.
We have designated a Discord server for communication purposes amongst our hackathon participants. Feel free to find your team members here.
Only the team leader needs to be a resident in Singapore. If you are an international participant, make sure to join a team with a leader who is a resident in Singapore.
Yes, but we would require you to fill up and submit a parental consent form for registration.
Registration deadline is by 9 January 2023.
No, hackathon projects has non-technical aspects too so everyone is welcome to join. In addition, you can take this hackathon as a learning opportunity to get hands-on experience with blockchain.
Yes, we welcome attendees to join us on 25 November and 13 January for the events.
Participating in the hackathon is free. Attending the events are also free.
It needs to give us an overview of what your team wants to build for the hackathon. A writeup would do.
To qualify for certificate of participation, your team needs to submit your project for the selection round by 9 January.
Both tracks are required to submit a writeup and a git repository link. The git repository should have a README for setup and other notes / instructions. For Enthusiast track, the git repository must be public whereas in Corporate track, git repository links can be private.
The judges will vet through submissions and shortlist teams for the Finale Round.