Blockchain Challenge FAQs

18 JAN Spring 2020 CS@VT Blockchain Boot Camp
18 JAN Spring 2020 Virginia Tech Blockchain Challenge Begins
25 FEB
11:59 PM EST
Phase I Submissions Due
1 MAR Phase I Feedback provided and Prizes awarded
24 APR
11:59 PM EST
Phase II Submissions Due
28 APR Challenge Finalists Notified
1 MAY Mandatory Finalist Presentation Workshop

 4 MAY                      Challenge Finale--Location TBD
 3:00 PM

Generally, no. For extenuating circumstances, contact Dr. Cameron via
the slack channel to arrange a meeting
to discuss options.

The best place to post logistical and technical issues about the
Challenge is on the slack channel We
will try our best to get answers posted within 48 hours (usually

  1. See the judging criteria for Phase II here <insert link>
  2. Basically you need to create a backend that leverages EOSIO and the
    blockchain to deliver an application of benefit to the Virginia Tech
  3. You also need some sort of interface to demonstrate the use (and
    value) of your application. This would typically be a mobile app or a
    web interface. For examples of EOS web interfaces see:

YES! Phase I participation is not a requirement for Phase II.

These designs are due via email at 11:59 PM on FEB 25. The email
address will be posted shortly. Submissions must include hi-resolution
image (or link to repository with image for download) _and_ name (or
names) of submitters. Only current VT students eligible for prizes.
Prize-winning submissions give VT permission to unlimited, license
free usage. Submissions may be from individuals or teams. Requirement
of 2-5 participants does not apply to this part of the challenge.

For Phase I, social media posts eligible for prizes must be posted
prior to 11:59 PM on FEB 25.

For Phase II, social media posts eligible for prizes must be posted
prior to 11:59 PM on MAY 7.

Any social media posts on Twitter using:
#vtblockchain @VT_CS @VTEngineering
Any social media posts on Facebook using:

Texts, graphics, memes, pictures and other creative (rated G) posts
are encouraged! Creativity and getting others to like and or repost is
a key criteria in judging.

NO! Individuals may submit or Teams my submit. It's up to you!