Klaytn-Covalent Unified Hackathon Bounty 1: NFT Track
build a NFT-related use-case on Klaytn ecosystem
12 months ago
This bounty is for the Klaytn-Covalent #UnifiedHackathon. Only registered individuals can participate in this bounty. Register here.
This track is for developers who are interested in building NFT-related use cases on Klaytn ecosystem. Examples of possible use cases could be:
- NFT marketplace
- NFT portfolio management tools
- NFT gallery
- NFT aggregators
- cross-chain NFTs, etc.
Top 3 Prizes:
- First prize: $2.5k
- Second Prize: $1.5k
- Third Prize: $1k
- API Docs - Use the Covalent API directly from the browser with our API docs
- Code Templates - Join our team on Replit and access ready-to-ship code templates for your ETHDenver BUIDL.
- Knowledge Base - Check out our developer support resources, project showcase of past projects, and details on every supported blockchain network.
- Klaytn Docs
- Service Chain
- Endpoint Node
- Account Model (Multisig, Role based Access)
- Transaction Model (Legacy, Value Transfer, Smart Contract Execution, Anchoring, Account Update)
- Fee Delegation
- Gas Model (Fixed gas price)
Klaytn Token Standards:
- KIP7 (Equivalence of Ethereum ERC20)
- KIP17 (Equivalence of Ethereum ERC721)
- KIP37 (Equivalence of Ethereum ERC1155)
- Projects must use the Covalent API to interact with the on-chain data on Klaytn Blockchain (mainnet, testnet, local Klaytn nodes, service chain, etc.)
- Projects must adopt Klaytn’s token standards when building the smart contract of their use cases and such smart contracts should be deployed to the Klaytn Blockchain
- Participants from everywhere can participate in this bounty
- You can submit individually, or as a team. Teams should include no more than four people.
What makes a submission complete:
- A presentation (PDF, Slidedeck etc) describing the project
- Link to a video demo (YouTube only) is advisable, but not strictly required
- You project live/demo site must be web hosted and publicly accessible
- Your project code repo must be publicly accessible
- The submission must be released under a GPLv3 compatible license
- Submissions will be judged by Covalent based on their technical merits as well as the likelihood of implementation.
In general, submissions are graded on a 1-5 scale in each of the following categories
- Originality - Does the template incorporate something entirely novel, or at least take a fresh approach to an existing problem?
- Execution - Is the template usable in its current state? Is the user experience smooth? Does everything appear to work? Is it well designed?
- Usefulness - Is the idea practical? Is it something people would actually use?
- Learning - Did the individual or team stretch themselves and push the boundaries of learning in this space?
While all projects are technically eligible for the pool prize, Klaytn and Covalent judges will have the final say on which projects qualify.