Develop use cases, raise awareness, improve usability, encourage further integration, and ultimately draw liquidity to one global DutchX pool
Upcoming / ongoing¶
none to report at the moment
- UK university Competition 21-23 of November 2018
- Challenge 1: Build an inferfae between our latest prediction markets to the realitio contracts.
- Challenge 2: Create an alternative front end or client for the Gnosis Safe. Check information for both challenges in the link above!
- DutchX/Difusion Workshop and Hackathon 8-9 of December 2018
- Thanks to the great help of Work on Blockchain, we are hosting a DutchX/Dfusion workshop and Hackathon beginning of December. Warm up your Dev skills and build your Dapp on top of the DutchX.
- Berlin Blockchain Week - ETHBerlin 7-9th of September 2018
- Win 24ETH (5‘000€) for a DutchX integration
- If you’ve missed the DutchX Developer Workshop held ahead of ETHBerlin, check out the recording to get up to speed on integration cases
- Via Gitcoin
- Readme should include team details, idea description and use case
- Sunday, September 9th 2018, 12:30CEST
- 5-7min pitching the idea on Sunday afternoon
- Can be on local host (Ganache-CLI) or Rinkeby
- Via Gitcoin
- WIN 24ETH (5‘000€)
- It’s independent of the ETHBerlin prize and can be announced on top
- ETHBerlin rules apply
- We are here to support you! Come by the Gnosis booth on the 2rd floor. If you can’t find us (esp. on Saturday), we will monitor our Gitter for you.
The winning team¶
- PoolX, the winning team wrote a smart contract to pool initial liquidity for the first auction to list a new token to the DutchX Protocol. They also integrated this into a telegram bot for users to take part in the Pool. Super cool!
The Idea (20%)
In this categories factors such as use and relevancy will weigh in. Does the idea make sense and is it relevant to the DutchX? Further considerations include whether the idea fits with the DutchX “values” (e.g. fair and decentralized) and some points will go towards originality.
Technical difficulty (35%)
This is straight forward: In this category all things “technical” will be considered, such as: level of complexity, how was it implemented and documented; how well is the code written, is the code bug-free and does it go beyond the SDK and documentation that is already provided for you?
Usability for others (30%)
This category can be either considered for usability fostering further technical integration or in case you are targeting end-users, for those. Hence, the category includes anything ranging from ease of use, design, intended behavior, parameterization, re-usability of the code etc.
Size of potential users (10%)
This category asks two questions: How much liquidity is expected per user (plus how often is it used per user) and what is the potential reach of unique users?
The WOW-factor (5%)
Bonus points for anything that stood out and was beyond expectations!
Cannot decide what idea to pursue?
Ultimately, and each of the categories, can be summarized in “how and to what extent does this help the liquidity of the DutchX”? Ask yourselves this when you’re struggling to decide from a number of awesome ideas.
Struggling to find an idea?
Have a look at the side bar: we’ve included some development ideas. Some are well defined already, some are really more a collection of rough ideas. Find your inspiration there, take it away and make it your own idea or come up with something completely novel.