A hackathon to build a playable Slot Machine Cordapp
A 6 week extended hackathon a la Corda Code Club to learn Corda and get experience implementing the Token SDK. Open use case so attendees can come up with whatever idea they want, but teams MUST use Token SDK!
A 6 week “extended-hackathon” organised by Corda Code Club, hosted by RBS and on the theme of “Building Exchanges on Corda”.
Matt Layton, Technical Lead at TradeIX, presents a 3 part series on: “Upgrading Post-Production CorDapps”
Board games are possibly the easiest way to understand how a “distributed application” works. And because there’s no central point of authority in Settlers of Catan it’s a great basis for a Cordapp.
Texas Hold’em Poker is the “unobtainium” of the blockchain world. Any cursory glance at any number of live poker-on-blockchain game providers will show that although there are many online card games, they are all player vs machine games. Over 4 weeks we want to answer the question can a multi-player Texas Hold’em Poker game be implemented using the Corda blockchain?
series of Monday night meetups to learn how to build a Cordite Digital Mutual, and issue tokens, on the Corda network sponsored by the Cordite Foundation
A 6 week “extended-hackathon” by Corda Code Club and in association with UCL’s Construction Blockchain Consortium.
A 6 week Corda “introductory-course-come-hackathon” where each evening the 25 participants will spend one hour learning how to build applications on the Corda platform with expert tuition by the DevRel team at R3, and one hour implementing that knowledge through developing their own CorDapps in a hackathon-style competition.
Hackathon use-cases to be provided by the “DLT for Public Good initiative”.