The second edition of the Blockchain for Social Impact Hackathon took place at Tel-Aviv University - a joint project of BMI and Blockchain Israel.
The Blockchain for Social Impact Hackathon from the Innovation for Humanity series was led this year under the theme “Rewind the future to impact today’s global challenges”.
50 selected participants, 20 teams and 25 mentors took part in this exciting event, working on Blockchain-based solutions to social challenges.
As for last year, we focused on leveraging blockchain solutions for social impact—also including AI, machine and deep learning—targeting the following challenges:
The winning team - a group of passionate and determined high-school students - developed a Blockchain-based system for the transfer of goods and services between kids and teenagers, called: "Tova" (the Hebrew word for a favor).
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Blockchain Hackathon 2019 – Projects
TOVA: digital trade of services and items between kids through a token
The Olive chain: leverage trust and reduce friction, food integrity
ValiDonate: making sure your donations go to the intended cause
Nes-city: fractional property ownership to solve rent problems, equity token + utility token
My Way: elevating diversity and equal opportunity in the work market
NPOs reaching donors: word of mouth based crowd funding
HiPet: tokens for volunteers caring for stray cats
EOX in a box: easy and accessible way to start your own bc.