IDF 2019, Day 2 – Blockchain Talent Hunt To Ensue on a Winning Pitch


The India Dapp Fest 2019 is on a rising wave! Having been through the first day of excellent workshop & extremely clued-up sessions, the enthusiastic participants rushed towards implementing the skills and knowledge to build the real-time blockchain based application. The hackathon began at 2.00pm on the first day of India Dapp Fest Event, and continued until the eve of the second day.

Blockchain Talent Hunt

On India Dapp Fest Day 2, the highly energetic and fervent participants followed the best practices. Also, applied design thinking ideas to attempt the solution-based approach to solve complex problems. The day began with an interactive workshop by Jitendra Chittoda from Chainsecurity blockchain platform. Mr. Chittoda spoke about vulnerabilities in smart contracts and smart contract auditing. At 6 pm, all participants submitted their result-based approaches built on top of blockchain technology.

Ensue on a Winning Pitch
Ensue on a Winning

All participants had a five minutes pitching discussion along with 4 minutes for Q&A session with our well-experienced mentors.  The session aimed at selecting top 8 teams which will present at the final round of pitching in front of judges on June 13. Although its the third day at India Dapp Fest, the energy is still at its peak.

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Delma Wilson

Delma is a B2B Content Marketer, Consultant, Blogger in the field of Blockchain, and Cryptocurrency. In her spare time, she loves to blog, play badminton and watch out ted talks. She likes pets and shares her free time with NGO.

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