The tech company is inviting developers and blockchain enthusiasts to take part in its first hackathon.
The Maxonrow event will run from September 5th to October 3rd. There will be five trials in total, with a total prize pool of 15,000 euros ($ 17,771) on the roof, according to the team.
Maxonrow, known as MAXathon, is especially interested in hearing from experts who can join their efforts to combat COVID-19 as well as future pandemics.
He created a control and communication system called MedsLOCK, which provides real-time information about the Coronavirus.
Each monthly hackathon is designed to provide useful new MedsLOCK solutions and solutions.
As governments around the world search for solutions to contain the spread of the Coronavirus – through social distancing, travel solutions and home orders – the first challenge calls on participants to explore how to use analytics to enable departments to implement these measures. Directly in front of the audience.
The second challenge is to enable authorities to easily verify that a patient is free of the virus after infection with COVID-19. The challenge here is to create a solution that can quickly recover authenticated data.
Challenging three centers to improve communication between companies and governments. In a brief summary of this challenge, Maxonroe wrote, “Can we eliminate middlemen to lower transaction costs while still providing transparency to welfare recipients?”
The fourth challenge examines “virtualizing the new normal” – and asks how blockchain technology can help people deal with disruptions in their daily lives. For the blockchain enthusiast who value creative freedom above all else, this could be the perfect challenge.
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Last but not least, MAXathon wants to improve user experience and usability. Given how data on the current pandemic is articulated in a number of ways, the company is hungry for ideas when it comes to creating a “comprehensive, multi-dimensional dashboard with unique features”.
How does a hackathon work?
The team notes that winners of each competition will be awarded 3,000 euros ($ 3,557) for their efforts, and participants must submit their project by September 30th on a specially created platform. After all applications are reviewed by the jury, 20 teams will be selected to participate in the presentation day on October 3, where solutions will be presented to the jury supervising the finals.
The session will be attended by experienced professionals from major brands. Carlo Chang, Chief Technology Officer at Maxonro – Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers Holger Schmidt, Investor and Securities Attorney Nisa Amuels, Director of Venture Capital Development at Audi Multi Schoenefeld, Director of Operations at Dash.org Robert Fico, CEO of Avantas Tech, Sebastian Diakono, and Avantas Tech CEO Mohamed Salman Anjum.
September 5th marks the event’s opening day and gives attendees access to helpful resources as well as the opportunity to meet like-minded enthusiasts. A replay of this introductory conference will be available on the MAXathon platform.
The deadline for team formation is September 13th, after which the participant must be in a group of two to six people. Participants will still have the opportunity to participate after this date. They are helped either to join an existing team or are linked to other individual members.
Teams will also have access to an individual mentor throughout the process to provide feedback and support. Recommendations include Director of Business Development at TDX Strategies Amber Urquhart, CEO of DoxyChain, Gabriel Demowski, and 10 prominent members of the Maxonrow team.