On August 5th, Japan’s first Web3 Hackathon, the event details of “Tokyo Web3 Summer Hackathon (TWSH)”, was officially announced.
“Tokyo Web3 Summer Hackathon (TWSH)” is initiated by Cryptogram Venture (CGV) and supported by experts from institutions such as the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Keio University, Sony, Softbank, Asia Blockchain Gaming Alliance (ABGA), Cointelegraph Japan (CTJ). It will be “Japan-based and global-oriented”, give full play to Japan’s unique “industry-government-academia” cooperation and innovation mechanism to discover, support, and help outstanding talents and teams in the Web3 field and explore the application potential of the Web3 on a global scale, to help teams and projects start smoothly and achieve sustainable growth and development.
Since the launch of the “TWSH”, dozens of industry organizations such as IOSG, BAI capital, HashKey, Metis, Achemypay, etc. have joined as supporting organizations and judging committee members. Additionally, nearly 100 projects have been registered.
According to the arrangement and setting of the organizing committee of “TWSH”, the event details of this hackathon are as follows:
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Traditional Internet developers and blockchain developers who are interested in Web3, developers, engineers, product managers, and UI designers with innovative and creative abilities.
3. Key fields
“TWSH” welcomes projects from any public chain/ecological team to submit projects. The key fields of the competition include:
4. Resource support
5. Scoring criteria
About Cryptogram Venture (CGV)
Cryptogram Venture (CGV) is a Japan-based research and investment institution engaged in crypto. With the business philosophy of “research-driven investment”, it has participated in early investments in FTX, Republic, CasperLabs, AlchemyPay, Graph, Bitkeep, Pocket, and Powerpool, as well as the Japanese government-regulated yen stablecoin JPYW, SONY Tokyo Tower, Metaverse REDO, etc. Meanwhile, CGV FoF is the limited partner of Huobi venture, Rocktree capital, Kirin fund, etc. Currently, CGV has branches in Singapore, Canada, and China.