A contest is a rivalry between a number of participants for some resources, awards or changes in social status. Contests are a great tool that is used to motivate people to gain higher results and to monitor training and learning progression. Contests are also a popular marketing tool. Coding contests are an old and trusted type of event that is used by most IT and fintech companies and even startups. Blockchain companies often hold coding contests to draw the attention of skilled developers to their products. For most of companies, hacking contests are a great tool for monitoring their vulnerabilities and looking for new specialists. Cryptocurrency contests often include such competitions as cryptography contests and competitive programming. Such crypto contests are useful for marketing and for HR purposes.
A new contest is taking place that has the ambition of breaking the world record for the bandwidth of blockchain protocols in a real network.
Could a world record be broken as a node written in Rust is put to the test?
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The OKEx crypto exchange will host its third Elite Team Trading Contest starting from August 10.
Third OKEx Trading Contest Offers $150K in Prizes
Free TON launches first community contests, planning to distribute thousands of TON Crystals among winners and participants.
Free TON Launches First Contests to Distribute Tokens Among Contributors
An open-source project will look to provide up to $25,000 in prizes to fund blockchain startups.
Celo’s Blockchain Accelerator Invites Devs to Compete for $25K
Guangzhou government has announced a $140 million subsidy fund to encourage the development of blockchain initiatives.
Report: Chinese Guangzhou Gov’t Unveils $140M Blockchain Subsidy Fund
The UAE Ministry of Community Development announced a new competition for building blockchain apps for the social sector.
UAE’s Social Ministry to Grant $16K in Blockchain Contest