Winners of Solana IGNITION Hackathon

IGNITION is a global hackathon focusing on Web3, DeFi, games, and digital art/collection NFT. Solana Ventures is pleased to announce the results of this contest today. IGNITION is Solana’s fourth hackathon and the third and final competition held this year. From August 31st to October 15th, the hackathon brought together cryptocurrency pioneers and developers from all over the world. They developed projects on the Solana blockchain for what was later called “Solana Summer”. The project contributes to the project.

IGNITION’s global-facing team eventually submitted 568 projects to the judges by nearly 6,000 participants. As the track sponsors of this global hackathon, Microsoft, Jump Crypto, Standard Chartered Bank, Forte and Metaplex have joined hands with Solana Ventures to provide participants with a global prize pool and seed funding of up to US$5 million.

“The Solana ecosystem has experienced amazing growth in the past year, and the IGNITION hackathon undoubtedly provides an excellent stage for outstanding teams in the blockchain industry.” Solana Labs CEO Anatoly Yakovenko said, “We are very happy to see Come to these super outstanding projects in Solana and look forward to their development.”

Let’s take a look at the award-winning projects:

champion

Katana, an asset management agreement that focuses on the development of investment products across risk ranges. Katana won a total championship award of $75,000 and a breakpoint ticket to the first Solana annual conference, where they will showcase their projects.

DeFi track

The first of the DeFi track is called Atrix, an AMM that supports seamless creation of liquidity pools and mining in Serum, with a prize of $65,000.

Other award-winning projects on this track include:

Second place: Superposition, a decentralized fixed income agreement.

Third place: Aver, a betting market that decentralizes and minimizes trust.

Fourth place: 01 Protocol, a decentralized derivative protocol that provides perpetual options on the Solana blockchain.

Fifth place: Fluidity, a system that allows users to use their cryptocurrency to earn revenue through Fluid assets.

Web3 track

The first on the Web3 track is Project Citadel, a desktop client of the Solana protocol, which won a prize of $45,000.

Other award-winning projects on this track include:

Second place: Bulldozer, a low code platform that makes Solana program development easier and simpler (based on the Anchor development architecture).

Third place: Alon, an IDE based on the WebAssembly port of the Solana compiler suite.

Fourth place: Chaincrunch, an analysis platform on the chain.

Fifth place: Dialect, an on-chain messaging protocol and mobile application that supports application-user and user-user communication.

Game track

The first of the Gaming track is called Rushdown Revol, which is a collectible and meta-universe framework with a prize of 45,000 USD.

Other award-winning projects on this track include:

Second place: Portals, a web meta-universe platform based on Solana.

Third place: Eizper Chain, a multiplayer action role-playing game that combines adventure and battle arena.

Fourth place: StepN, a move-2-earn mobile game that allows millions of non-cryptocurrency runners to join cryptocurrency.

Fifth place: Titan Analytics, a business analysis platform built for Meta Universe.

Digital Art and Collectibles Circuit

The number one on the digital art and collectibles track is Neftify, a play-to-earn NFT lending platform, which received a $45,000 prize.

Other award-winning projects on this track include:

Second place: SolanaFloor, NFT data analysis platform.

Third place: Cofre, a peer-to-peer NFT hosting exchange platform.

Fourth place: Sonanalysis NFT Flex, NFT display and valuation product.

Fifth place: Banksea: NFT loan product based on liquidity pool mortgage.

Community award

The winner of the community award is DarleyGo, a blockchain horse racing game combined with NFT, with a prize of $10,000.

Several of Solana’s ecological projects also sponsored the best integration award. The following are the respective winners:

l Serum Prize: Friction

l Solend Prize: Superposition

l Pyth Prize: HydraSwap

l Raydium Prize: Superposition

l Chainlink Prize: Hedge Finance

l Wormhole Prize: Swim Protocol

l COPE Prize: QuasarProtocol

l Marinade Prize: Superposition

l Stardust Prize: Genopets

l Mango Prize: mango-v3-service

l PsyOptions Prize: Friction

Honor Award

Although the following items were not on the list, the judges gave them very high evaluations. Congratulations!

l Springboard

l Point Network

l Chess Mafia

l TIEXO

l Viking Finance

l Sophon

l Fantasy Kombat

l Valhalla

l MeanFi

l Autonomy Network

l ACTIVE

l Exotic

l Eno.xyz

l SolCypher

l Hawk Protocol

l Credix

l Vybe

l J.O.S.H

l Streamflow

l Sosol

l Solcery

l Jungle

l Dflow

Compared with Solana’s first hackathon Wormhole, IGNITION’s entries have increased by 760%. Wormhole was held in November 2020, when only 66 projects were submitted. The performance of the hackathon represents that the Solana ecosystem has experienced tremendous growth in less than a year.

Heartfelt thanks to all participating projects, judges and speakers. IGNITION was able to achieve such a huge success, and all the participants contributed to it.

You can view all the submitted projects on the contest website Devpost. Congratulations to all the above winning projects!

Disclaimer

Solana IGNITION Hackathon is a competition in which judges evaluate the project based on the technical merits of the project, without considering the legal feasibility. Participants of Hackathon only develop software for the purpose of participating in the competition for evaluation by the judges, not for commercial deployment or release purposes. All participants must comply with appropriate laws and regulations when posting any entries during the competition.

The Hackathon creative and developer resources provided by the Solana Foundation (hereinafter referred to as “SF”) are for educational and motivational purposes only. SF does not encourage, induce or sanction the deployment, integration or use of any such applications (including the code constituting the Solana blockchain protocol) that violates applicable laws or regulations, and hereby prohibits any such deployment, integration or use. This includes the reader’s use of any such application (a) if it violates the export control or sanctions laws of the United States or any other applicable jurisdiction, (b) if the reader is located or ordinarily resides in a facility implemented by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) in the United States Comprehensive sanctions, (c) if the reader is or is working on behalf of a Specially Designated National (SDN) or someone subject to a similarly blocked or denied party injunction, or (d) a violation of the Commodity and Transaction Law.

Readers should be aware that U.S. export control and sanctions laws prohibit Americans (and other persons subject to such laws) from transacting with certain countries and regions or people on the SDN list. As a project mainly based on open source software, such sanctioned persons may still bypass the ban and obtain code containing the Solana blockchain protocol (or other project code or applications) and deploy, integrate or use it in other ways. Therefore, for individuals, other people who use the Solana blockchain protocol may be sanctioned, and transactions with these people will violate U.S. export control and sanctions laws. This risk applies to individuals, organizations, and other ecological participants (such as node operators) who directly deploy, integrate, or use Solana blockchain protocol code, as well as those who conduct transactions on the Solana blockchain through light clients and third-party interfaces. Personal and/or wallet software. For details, please see the terms of participation.

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