London

September 22-23, 2018 Science Museum

September 22nd-23rd in London, more than 90 teams and 468 participants from around the world competed to “Enhance Privacy and Security” by building applications on the EOSIO Platform that improved the relationship between technology and a user’s privacy or security.

The Challenge

Blockchain has the potential to redefine the way we understand technology and its effect on a user’s privacy and security. With breaches, new regulations, and an increase in public awareness around internet privacy, now is the time to explore ways in which this new technology will impact our personal security or privacy in applications we use online every day.

The Challenge: Create an application on the EOSIO platform that improves the relationship between technology and a user’s privacy or security.

Winners

Distributed Managed Security Service for Smart Contracts

Location | UK Team Leader | James Pavur, Casey Knerr

Smart EOS accounts for automation and security

Location | Digital Nomads Team Leader | Danielle Diamond, Daniel Liebeskind, Patricia Parkinson, Ashe Oro, Anette Wilms

Easy and secure credit & background checks that keep the data the user exposes to a minimum

Location | UK Team Leader | Oisin O'Neill, Samuel Kirton, Patrick McClurg and Angie Newton

Privacy-first decentralized data marketplace for genetic research

Team Leader | Albert Chen, Jay Bowles, Jens Elstner, Benjamin Tse

Smart EOS accounts for automation and security

Location | Digital Nomads Team Leader | Danielle Diamond, Daniel Liebeskind, Patricia Parkinson, Ashe Oro, Anette Wilms

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EOS Global Hackathon London Recap

Catch all the highlights from the EOS Hackathon London event in this video – and keep an eye out for the next hackathon in San Francisco.

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