April 19 - 21, 2019 // Cape Town, South Africa. Bringing you Africa’s first ETHGlobal hackathon.
Leading minds within the blockchain space will join over 200 international hackers, developers and curious minds to collaborate on building a decentralized future using Ethereum. The occasion will be inclusive and educational, inspiring communities through the creative design of blockchain applications.
There has never been a better time to be a part of this community.
Introduction to Solidity and DApp Development with Richard Moore
Team formation workshop
Opening ceremony begins
Hacking officially begins!
Building privacy preserving DApps with NuCypher
Learning by example from DeFi projects using Dai
Get started #buidling on Raiden
Working with Ethereum Grid Tools
Introduction to Solidity and DApp Development with Richard Moore (repeat of 4:30pm session)
Want to help bring the hackathon to life and bring light to the possibilities of Ethereum? We will be happy to have you on board! Just fill out the form and we’ll let you know the results shortly.
ETHCapeTown is Africa’s FIRST ETHGlobal hackathon to come to the continent, taking place in Cape Town, South Africa from 19–21 April 2019. Developers of all backgrounds will work on projects using Ethereum to build something of value that can have a real impact on the world. We provide teams with an abundance of hacking resources like mentors, sponsors, and software tools. Sleeping is optional, but trying to make awesome things is not. ETHCapeTown is where the real BUIDL magic happens.
All travel costs are up to you to figure out. If you’re coming from abroad, we recommend booking your flights well in advance to minimise the cost of getting here. Any local travelers will be required to make their own arrangements as well. We’ll soon be releasing a South African guide to travel and visa requirements.
Anyone can apply. Much like the Mother City, ETHCapeTown is bringing together heaps of diverse participants. We’ll assess applications based on interest in Ethereum and proven ability to write software.
Admission for accepted and invited guests is completely free for the hackathon.
If you're thinking of bringing children to Cape Town, we’d like to give you a heads up way in advance because you will be needing paperwork. We’ve included some helpful guidelines for you here. In any case, please be sure to double check your country’s specific requirements. If you’re definitely bringing children, please let us know so that we can gauge numbers. We’re working hard on trying to organise child care services for parents who come to ETHCapeTown. As for doggos, unfortunately, we can’t accommodate your furry friends but we do know of an excellent doggy-daycare close to the venue.
Maximum of 4 members per team. You can team up with hackers from any country or of any experience level.
Absolutely no worries! We’ll admit that it’s definitely helpful to have some programming or technical experience, but it’s not a requirement. Don’t worry, we won’t throw you in the deep end. We’ll be organising talks, mentors, and workshops to get you started and help you along the way as you build your project. Hackathons are great places to learn new skills in a short amount of time. Just come eager to learn, excited to meet lots of awesome people, and most importantly, come ready to build.
No. In the interest of fairness, attendees should not be working on their projects before ETHCapeTown begins. We do not allow participants to work on pre-existing projects. You can, however, familiarise yourself with all the necessary tools and technologies you intend to use beforehand!
Yes!! All meals will be provided! All you need to do is have fun at the event!
Talks will be focused on Ethereum development such as using Solidity, state channels, testnets, and other related topics. We’ll make an announcement as soon as the schedule is released.
A few of the industry’s leading experts will form part of a panel that will then evaluate hacks based on creativity, technical difficulty, design, and usefulness. As new judges come on board, we’ll announce them on our Twitter, so make sure to follow us!
Reach out to us, we’ll be happy to help you out.Contact Us