Thomson Reuters HackETHon 2016

Thomson Reuters HackETHon 2016

The Event

The advent of blockchain technology is fuelling innovation across a multitude of business sectors including finance, legal and the life sciences.

Ethereum's blockchain and smart contracts offer almost limitless scope to codify all manner of processes within the enterprise. This weekend is an opportunity for teams to explore this with access to data, cutting-edge tools and guidance & support from the Ethereum Foundation, academics and industry professionals active in the space.

Registration Closed

Winners & Runners-up

01

Data-Driven Smart Contracts

£1250 + 25ETH + £1k travel contribution to our next event in Baar, Switzerland
Challenge + Overall Winners: A.D.D.C - FanETHy.football
David Acton, David Coleman, Chris Franklin and Andy Smith
02

Ethereum Smart Contract Security

£1250 + 50 ETH
Challenge Winners: Truth of Stake
Matthew Di Ferrante, Will Harborne, Josef Jelacic, Peter Jones, Craig Polley, Ronan Sandford and Toby Thwaites

Runner-Up

50ETH + B9lab Training
Bountymax - RideETH
Andrei Baloiu, Andrew Jones, Makato Inoue, Max Wolter and Michael Ilg

Coming soon

See you in Switzerland

Thomson Reuters are happy to announce that we will be sponsoring another Ethereum-based hackathon in Baar, located in the heart of Switzerland's Crypto Valley.

  • 27-29th January 2017
  • Hosted in Thomson Reuters office
  • More sponsors and data providers to be added

What happened at the London HackETHon?

Friday 9th September

18:30

Networking with drinks.

19:00

Challenges announced.
Presentation from
Thomson Reuters (BlockOne ™ ID for Ethereum beta & HackETHon Oracle),
Oraclize (Smart Contracts & APIs).

21:00

Closed.

Saturday 10th September

09:00

Doors Open.

09:00 - 10:00

Networking.

10:00 - 11:30

Introduction.
Event Schedule & Challenges announced.
Data, Tools and API presentations.
Team formations.

11:30

Begin Hacking.

16:00 - 16:30

Speaker: Péter Szilágyi (Ethereum Foundation)
"Breaking Ethereum: Lessons learned from broken contracts".

22:00

Closed.

Sunday 11th September

09:00

Doors Open.
Begin Hacking.

14:00 - 14:30

Speaker: Jack Gavigan (Zcash)
"Blockchain Security & Privacy: An introduction to Zcash".

16:00

Pitches, judging & prize-giving.

18:00 - Close

Networking with drinks.

21:00

Closed.

Tools

Thomson Reuters

BlockOne ID™ for Ethereum™ - Beta

Thomson Reuters

HackETHon Oracle

Oraclize

Public Data APIs

Oraclize

Public Data APIs

Sponsors

Technology Partners

Academic Partners

Government and Investment Partners

Financial Partners

Judges / Mentors

Prof. Tomaso Aste

Director of Centre of
Blockchain Technologies, UCL

Tim Baker

Global Head, New Content Initiatives
Thomson Reuters

Prof. Will Knottenbelt

Head of Cryptocurrency
Research Group, Imperial College

Thomas Bertani

Founder & CEO
Oraclize

Péter Szilágyi

Core Developer
Ethereum Foundation

Vlad Cealicu

Co-founder & CTO
CryptoCompare

Laurent Kssis

Non-executive Chairman
Coinsilium

 

 
 

 

 
 

Venue

30 South Colonnade
Canary Wharf
London
E14 5EP

Canary Wharf Station

Jubilee Line
DLR