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OKExChain Hackathon Winners Announced: NetCloth and BitSong Take First Place
OKExChain's first Hackathon saw a total of 24 teams enter the competition, and their projects were evaluated and scored by eight judges and OKExChain's team of developers. With the campaign successfully concluded, we are pleased to announce the winners of the Hackathon.
The first place is shared by NetCloth, an Ethereum virtual machines developer, and BitSong, a decentralized music-streaming platform, while the first runners-up are Ankr, btspp and DappBirds. The second runners-up include Mixswap, Beijing ChainsGuard, MathWallet, BitVate, YOYOW, OneChain and Cosmostation.
One of the winners, NetCloth, added an EVM module, enabling OKExChain developers to deploy smart contracts with more programming languages without upgrading the blockchain infrastructure. As a result, developers can launch diversified use cases on OKExChain.
The second first-place winner, BitSong, operates a functioning decentralized exchange called OKEx. The DEX is built using open-source OKExChain codes, enabling both web and mobile users to trade, stake and issue their tokens, as well as manage their wallets.
Ankr, one of the first runners-up, is the first blockchain-based distributed cloud platform to implement Node-as-a-Service for users. The platform enables simple node registration for individuals and enterprises on OKExChain.
Btspp developed a comprehensive blockchain explorer for OKExChain, allowing users to access accurate on-chain information, such as transaction details, block information, validators' details and more.
The DappBirds team developed OKVoter, a voting tool for OKExChain's native token, OKT. OKVoter allows users to stake their OKT and vote for validators on OKExChain, as well as check their information, status and more.
All eight judges also nominated their own top three project teams.
Fibos nominated wallet.fo, NetCloth and BitVate and praised the achievements of the NetCloth team:
"A good VM lays a solid foundation of an application-oriented public chain. A VM built from the community represents that developers have begun to 'build wheels' for OKExChain from the bottom."
CoinDesk nominated Ankr, NetCloth and wallet.fo, commenting on wallet.fo's submission:
"The cross-chain functionality deployed by wallet.fo facilitates the interoperability of blockchains. Therefore, we believe the cross-chain mechanism will be a key deployment for blockchain developers in the future."
The Force Field Community nominated BitSong, Aitex and XCFF, saying:
“BitSong's DEX provides a solid blockchain infrastructure that empowers OKExChain effectively. XCFF's software development kit in programming language rust brings more choices to OKExChain developers and validators.”
Judges from DApp.com, Tokeninsight and DappBirds also praised the contributions from BitVate wallet, Btspp block explorer, Ankr, Tokenview, Mixswap and other teams.
The hackathon is another step forward in OKExChain's efforts to support the implementation of large-scale commercial applications based on blockchain technology, and its cross-chain functionalities.
OKExChain has already achieved a number of industry-leading technological features, such as customization, multi-chain operations and data storage, and you can read more about it in our in-depth OKExChain explainer.
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