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hacksingapore 2022

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May 2023

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hacksingapore 2022 Winners

Challenge Statement Winners

The Era of
Blockchain & Trust

Team Wen Lambo

The Rise of No-code/
Low-code

Team JSON derulo

The Future
of Gaming

Team Wonderland

Open Hack
Winners

Public's Choice Winner

The Era of
Blockchain & Trust

Team Alike

The Rise of No-code/
Low-code

Team ++

Public's Choice
Award

Team MK

Upcoming Events

Project Gallery

Explore how our participants chose to tackle problems in our communities through their lens.

Team ++

Team Alike

Team Arcadia Reclaimed

Team Block Xplorers

Team Blocz

Team Entropy Labs

Team ForAGitCause

Team JSON derulo

Team MK

Team Mockchain

Team qwerhackers

Team Rabin

Team Souless Xd

Team TELEHACK

Team Wen Lambo

Team Wonderland

Building the Future of Tech

Enter the world of hacksingapore, a nationwide hackathon that brings together a community to tackle problems through emerging technologies — Blockchain, No-Code & Gaming. This is your chance to develop skills, explore new technologies, and test new innovative ideas to propel Singapore’s tech ecosystem forward.

This January, we invite change-makers all over the country to join us from Wednesday, 5 January to Sunday, 3 April 2022 for a hybrid hackathon catered to technical & non-technical talents. Throughout the hackathon, hackers will have access to mentorship and workshops from the IMDA Team, community contributors, and the broader ecosystem.

Themes

The Era of Blockchain & Trust

Blockchain has proven to spur innovations that address some of society’s pressing crises. We welcome hackers and teams with working knowledge or interest in blockchain, to work on creative and innovative ways of applying the technology to tackle real-world challenges.

The Rise of No-code/Low-code

Businesses no longer need traditional programming experts to build apps or tools. This track allows for participants without technical background an opportunity to showcase their talent and potential through the utilisation of no-code/low-code (eg. AI/ML, Data, API, etc.) applications.

The Future of Gaming

As game developers strive to meet the skyrocketing demand for new gaming platforms and deeper levels of interaction, we challenge you to build a video game or gaming tool that transforms the gaming industry. Artists, coders, and technologists are encouraged to combine their strengths to work collaboratively on a project.

Hackathon Pillars

Choose from one (1) of the three (3) tracks and work on challenges that are focused on a particular emerging technology.

The Era of Blockchain & Trust

The Rise of No-code/Low-code

The Future of Gaming

Prizes

Stand a chance to win from a prize pool of SGD $35,000.

The Era of Blockchain & Trust

The Rise of No-code/Low-code

The Future of Gaming

*All prizes to be distributed in SGD.

Judging Criteria

Our judges will grade submissions across 4 equally-weighted categories:

Design

5 points
If the user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) were well-thought-out, and if it was designed with the user in mind.

Creativity

5 points
If the project demonstrates innovative thinking and uniqueness.

Technical Complexity

5 points
The extent to which the project is technically impressive or sophisticated.

Feasibility

5 points
The feasibility of the idea, how adaptable it is across varied levels of technical background, and if it addresses the respective problem statements.

Mentors

At hacksingapore, you'll have the support of a huge community of experts, mentors, sponsors, developer advocates, and other community members who want to help you build something awesome.

Ben Teo

No-Code Mentor

Founder of Proteus Design

Harish Kotra

No-Code Mentor

Platforms & Community Lead at AngelHack

Jackie Tan

No-Code Mentor

Co-founder & CEO of UpLevel

Neo Kai Yuan

No-Code Mentor

Founder & CEO of Rocket Academy

Chia Pei Yen

Trade Industry Mentor
(Non-Technical)

Senior Manager, Trade Division of Infocomm Media Development Authority

Dustin

Blockchain Mentor
(Non-Technical)

Next Billion at Ethereum Foundation | Co-Founder of Kampung Buy

Kevin Lim

Blockchain & Gaming Mentor
(Technical)

Director, Blockchain Team at Temasek

Seth Low

Blockchain Mentor
(Technical)

Blockchain Engineer, Distributed Ledger Technology at GovTech

Schedule

Throughout the hackathon, participants will have access to mentorship and workshops from the IMDA Team, community contributors, and the broader ecosystem.

Resources

Blockchain

Video explanation of what a blockchain is in basic terms using simple examples and analogies.

Ethereum is a technology that is home to digital money, global payments, and applications.

TradeTrust is developed to address the current paper-based cross border trade processes.

No-code/Low-code

To understand that low-code development is the logical evolution (and not revolution) of technology. There was machine code. Then there was assembler, C/C++, Java and more.

Gaming

Learn about Web 3.0 and how it differs from the past versions of the internet.

A Non-Fungible Token, also known as an NFT, is a type of digital token or asset. A common analogy is to think of these as digital trading cards or digital paintings.

Web2 refers to the version of the internet most of us know today, while Web3 refers to decentralized apps that run on the blockchain.

Frequently Asked Questions

Any Global Citizen with an internet connection & is 16 years old and above!

(Please refer to the eligibility restrictions section in the Participation Agreement to check the list of countries whose residents are not eligible to take part in this Hackathon)

Yes! We want anyone with ideas or the passion to innovate to participate in the hackathon. Teams will, however, need at least one individual who can build/code a prototype as a code artefact is required for project submission.

There are no restrictions on any tech infrastructure to be used for the hackathon. So long you’re experienced in any blockchain technology, traditional technologies and/or no-code/low-code applications, your project will qualify for submission!

View our detailed Team Registration & Formation guide in the Participant’s Guide once you’ve registered.

Teams can have up to a maximum of 4 individuals. But of course, you can hack solo too.

Yes! Only registered individuals are eligible to participate and be considered part of a team. Please ensure that all members of your team are registered in order for the submitted project to be qualified for the prizes.

SWAG

Participate in the hackathon and community events to walk away with exclusive hacksingapore merchandise!

Community Partners

Ready to start hacking?