Jun 01, 2018 to Jun 02, 2018 from Friday, 05:00 PM to Saturday, 05:00 PM (EST)
The Space at Grant Park 318 Cherokee Ave, Suite 108 GA

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About #DAPPHack

Join us for twenty-four hours of deep-diving into the blockchain industry's most cutting-edge developer tools. At #dapphack you’ll build alongside fellow distributed app enthusiasts to turn an existing application into a distributed trustless app, or build a new application from the ground up.
  • No rules (in terms of what you can build other than it needs to be a dapp)
  • Education from experienced speakers, mentors and judges
  • Delicious food and drinks to keep hacking flowing
  • No prior blockchain experience necessary
At the end of the event your team will present your work for 5 minutes to a panel of judges followed by 5 minutes of Q&A. Prize bundles of tech goodies will be given out in three categories - blockstack, ethereum and hyperledger.

Secure your free seat, before the event fills up and register above as a developer, designer, or other! 

Sharpen your skill-set or learn blockchain stack development without having to start from scratch. Participants will use the APIs, SDKs and other tools from today’s leading innovators. Tap into decentralized application layer through a full suite of javascript libraries that enable encrypted off chain storage, decentralized authorization and identification of users.

A big thank you to Blockstack, Keep, myCoinvest and the 
Regency Manning Blockchain Foundry for sponsoring the event and bringing it to Atlanta!

The Nitty Gritty:
Who can attend the hackathon?
Professional and amateur software developers, hardware enthusiasts, embedded system developers are ideal candidates. Front end developers, designers and marketing or business professionals are encouraged to partner with deeper technical experts when creating teams, but are also welcome.

What projects work well for the Hackathon format?
Use this great article as a guide - it explains when it is beneficial to use a blockchain, and when it is not.

How are teams formed? What if I don’t have a team?
Team creation is flexible. You can team up with friends if you plan to come with buds or start (or join) a team the day of the event.

How do I register and is there any cost?
Register here on ticketbase to secure your FREE ticket. 

If I have questions, where do I go to get them answered?
Contact Shane Reiser - shanereiser@gmail.com

Will the teams own the code that is developed?
Yes, you keep what you build.

What is the evaluation criteria?
  • Design - Is it easy to understand? Is it easy to use? Is it creative?
  • Awesomeness - Wow factor. Did you build something no one thought was possible? Did you use techniques that are abnormal, often impractical, and weirdly elegant?
  • Functionality - Does it work?
Can I port my existing application to a trustless decentralized one?
Quite possibly, but that depends on the track you choose (blockstack, ethereum or hyperledger) on Devpost. Depending on the complexity of your application, it may be possible to fully decentralize the application layer using blockstack.

Do I need to know Solidity, C ++, and how blockchains work to participate?
Your team should have several skilled programmers, but they do not need to have any prior experience with Solidity, C++ or blockchain technology. Basic to advanced concepts will be covered in tech talks, and participants should follow the setup instructions for their chosen track.

What hardware do I need? What should I bring?
Your laptop, and at least one external monitor per group for peer programming.

Do I need to setup my development environment ahead of time?
Yes! Once you pick which track you would like to go down (bitcoin, ethereum, hyperledger) you can follow the instructions to get setup ahead of time here.

Is food provided?
YES! Enjoy 24 hours of drinks, snacks and meals.
See you at

The Space at Grant Park

The Space at Grant Park 318 Cherokee Ave, Suite 108 Atlanta GA United States 30312

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Interested in joining in as a sponsor? https://www.sponseasy.com/p/dapphack



Michael tidwell

Infrastructure Engineer at Tierion

Michael Tidwell works as an infrastructure engineer at Tierion, founder of the Atlanta Blockchain, and CKO of the Atlanta Bitcoin Embassy. Michael has dedicated the last 5 years to studying blockchain projects and has a variety of experience with distributed architecture in the enterprise setting. He has been running the biggest blockchain meetup in Atlanta with his leadership team for about 2 years through TAB (The Atlanta Blockchain).


Duane Osborn

CEO of Regency Manning, INC. 
Duane is a bioInnovative technology executive skilled in solving complex business problems and manifesting solutions through the application of innovative software architectures. Currently specializing in blockchain-based architectures within business networks/ecosystems. Capable of assimilating leading-edge technologies and applying them to current business technology needs. Broad base of technology and software architecture knowledge and software engineering spanning over 30 years of hands-on experience. 

Elizabeth StrickleR

d.Cent Labs + FinTech Lab at Georgia State University

Cofounder of d.Cent Labs (a global ecosystem focused on developing and accelerating new ventures that integrate decentralized technologies) + faculty at the FinTech Lab at Georgia State University where she's studying smart contracts, autonomous agents, copyright and the use and ownership of digital assets on a blockchain


Michael Casey

Chief Blockchain Architect at General Motors

Bitcoin enthusiast & Data geek.


Dennis Coyle

Lead Software Engineer, Team Lead at Storj.io, and organizer of Atlanta Kubernetes Meetup

At Storj.io. Dennis focuses on block-chain based, end-to-end encrypted, distributed object storage, where only you have access to your data. 



THE PRIZES (& more to come)


Ledger Nano S Cryptocurrency HardwarE WALLET


USB Bitcoin Miner


Grand Prize



- x220 ThinkPad Laptop 
- Tamper proof tape
- Fedex bag large enough for laptop
- Glitter Nail Polish

Trezor cryptocurrency 

Hardware Wallet


NEM Blockchain Development course from Devslopes, after which You will receive a certified NEM Blockchain Developer certification 


paid internship from Coinvest


Bitcoin Lightning Node

HC1 Odroid Mini PC

On-Site CoacHes


Shannon Voight

Blockstack Summit

Shannon drives event and marketing programs for Blockstack, focusing on their growth and expansion. Prior to joining the company in 2017, Shannon spent over 11 years honing her skills as an event and program producer, talent manager and brand strategist at Conde Nast and Time Inc. 


Prasadh Kannan

Digital Transformation Leader at Sirius Computer Solutions & Organizer for North Atlanta Blockchain Meetup

A Business Solutions leader with over 18 years of experience in business technology, consultative software sales, enterprise architecture, product development, and process focused technology, IT strategy and planning, and IT governance. 


Joshua Armah

Software Engineer / Data Scientist and Organizer of Atlanta Blockchain Developers, Atlanta Open Source Developers & the Atlanta Data Science Meetup

An enterprise grade software engineer with a data science approach focused on cutting-edge innovative solutions through computer technology. 


Angeleen Wilson

Blockchain developer, Founder at SchooledApps and Georgia Blockchain Coalition, Co-founder at CryptoRitas & CryptoVeggies

Biography goes here. Blockchain developer and company founder creating decentralized applications and solutions for the children's education space. She helps to organize and is working with state legislators, enterprise business and communities building the Georgia Blockchain Coalition. 


Dan Trevino

Blockstack Evangelist 

Manage enterprise projects and builds decentralized apps. 

About the Organizer

Your Ideas Are Terrible

The event is being thrown by Your Ideas Are Terrible, the team that planned Coca-Cola’s Coolerhack, thyssenkrupp’s’ Holohack, and scaled Startup Weekend from 50 to 200 annual events in over 100 countries. The event is being thrown by Your Ideas Are Terrible, the team that planned Coca-Cola’s Coolerhack, thyssenkrupp’s’ Holohack, and scaled Startup Weekend from 50 to 200 annual events in over 100 countries. The event is being thrown by Your Ideas Are Terrible, the team that planned Coca-Cola’s Coolerhack, thyssenkrupp’s’ Holohack, and scaled Startup Weekend from 50 to 200 annual events in over 100 countries.

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