<aside> 👋 Welcome - Here is everything you need to know about hacking at ETHOnline.
We are really excited to have you here with us!
<aside> 💁♀️ Please feel free to reach out to us via email@example.com if you are unable to stake for any valid financial reasons and we are happy to discuss a solution for you!
👮♀️ Event Rules & Code of Conduct
👩⚖️ Hack Submission & Judging Guide
Prizes - ETHOnline
🧐 Buterin Level Ideas for ETHOnline
Developer Resources - ETHOnline
<aside> 🚨 **Committing Web3 Code: Best practices
NOTE:** Don't add your private key to code or any Discord messages ever. Do not use accounts with large amounts of value attached to them!
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Whether you're a total beginner or a seasoned dapp developer, this is a chance to try out ideas and learn new skills.
ETHOnline is a chance to build with the entire ecosystem at your back, with support from a huge community of mentors, sponsors, judges, developers, and so much more.
In line with this - is a month of summits, covering everything you need to know to get up-to-speed on Ethereum in 2020.
We'll have talks on Eth2, DeFi, Gaming, developer tools, infrastructure, and much more. Whether you're just learning the basics or want to keep up with the cutting edge, you'll want to be part of this year's summits.
ETHOnline officially kicks off on 02 October 2020 🎉
We require all hackers to stake in order to RSVP for ETHOnline! Staking your spot is a great incentive to get people committed to seeing the hackathon through and submitting something by the end. If you need to chat to us about anything regarding your stake - feel free to reach out to any member from the ETHGlobal team!
Every hacker must stake 0.06 ETH to participate in ETHOnline payable in two ways:
If you participated in HackFS this past July and have not yet received your stake back - you also have the option to "Re-use" your stake (i.e. you can carry it over to ETHOnline)
All these staking options are done via your hacker dashboards.
You get your 0.06 ETH back if you 1. respond to check-ins & 2. submit a project (both of these requirements must be met)!