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CU Campus Blockchain Hackathon day three was a blast!
Ken Akure, the Head of Research and Communications for EOS Nigeria was present to give advice and mentorship to the students as they build. He also talked about the ongoing EOS Global Hackathon and the Virtual EOS Africa Hackathon. The Virtual EOS Africa Hackathon will take place on the 15th of October, the first prize is a whopping $500,000 and a trip to South Africa for the grand finale. The students are encouraged to participate in it.
It’s amazing to see how passionate the students have become because they now realize that blockchain technology can be used to solve problems that bother around transparency, and decentralization.
Students have been put in various groups based on their skills and preference. They are to build an application that will proffer a solution to governance, agriculture or finance related issues. They have three minutes to pitch their ideas to a panel of judges.