Binance Announces QLIPIT, AFEN, SMARTBET, VHOTA PIGGYFI, HOKK Winners of the Africa Hackathon
Leading global cryptocurrency exchange and blockchain ecosystem firm Binance has announced the winners of its Africa Hackathon. Binance published the winners on Twitter, this Saturday.
Binance listed the categories of winners which are Quadratic Funding where projects will split from a pool of $10,000; Africa Hero; NFT & Gaming; DeFi Prize and Open Prize.
QLIPIT and Vhotaa emerged winners in the Africa Hero category. In the NFT and Gaming Category, AFEN Blockchain emerged as the winner. Also a winner in this category is SMARTBET.
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In the DeFi Prize category, PiggyFi and Hokkaiduinu came out the winners. The Open Prize category will be announced later according to the publication from Binance.
The African Hero category winners will each receive $5,000; winners in the NFT & Gaming and the DeFi Prize categories each will receive $2500 while the Open Prize category which will be announced in September, will see the 1st, 2nd and 3rd position share or receive $3,000, $10,000 and $500 respectively.
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The Hackathon was co-hosted by Bundle and themed “Decentralized Africa” and ran from the 7th of June to the 28th of June 2021 was dedicated to the development of DeFi, NFT projects covering a huge range of financial, identity services and others.
The hackathon was supported by Bundle, Mobox, Refinable, Quidax, Fortube and 1inch.
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