The Blockchained Mobility Hackathon on the weekend of July 20-22 saw a flurry of innovation by a colorful mix of corporate and independent hackers along with some of the world’s biggest mobility players. In order to visualize the PoCs presented, we’ve built an interactive infographic.   Building a blockchain mobility ecosystem with multiple distributed ledger technologies is […]

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Mobility-As-A Service Platform Q: Your project in 1 sentence? A: Mobility as a service (MaaS) through connecting Ethereum smart contracts with Datastreams on IOTA. Q: What problem does your project solve? A: We wanted to develop a case in the field of autonomous urban air mobility, better known for example as the concept of air taxis. […]

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Pac-Man on Wheels, the winners of third place (for USD 1 000 + 15 000 XSC tokens) Democratize autonomous driving by crowdsourcing and gamifying the data collection via IOTA Tokens Q: What problem does your project solve? A: In order to empower autonomous driving hundreds of thousands hours of sensor data are required. Individual data acquisition […]

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Over the weekend of 20-22 July, heavy rain poured on the streets of Munich. Which did not prevent 20,000 people to demonstrate against xenophobia at Königsplatz, also went more or less unnotced by the 150 participants of the BlockchainedMobility hackathon who met to create blockchain-based mobility solutions.  Hacker teams of leading European mobility players, such […]

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THE BLOCKCHAINED MOBILITY HACKATHON @DAHO.AM Compete and collaborate: The Blockchained Mobility Hackathon brings together the biggest players in Europe’s mobility ecosystem with the brightest independent developer teams for 2.5 days of blockchain mobility hacking! You’ll use bleeding edge blockchain tech to imagine and build prototype solutions for a sustainable mobility ecosystem. Network and innovate in […]

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+++UPDATE+++ We’ve stirred much interest in the issuance of our XSC token at the IOTA hackathon in Gdansk. We therefore decided to prolong our rewards campaign for IOTA developers for 1 week: If you’re a developer who committed code to advance the IOTA network during the month of November, you’ll be eligible. If you think […]

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+++UPDATE+++ We’ve stirred much interest in the issuance of our XSC token at the IOTA hackathon in Gdansk. We therefore decided to prolong our rewards campaign for IOTA developers for 1 week: If you’re a developer who committed code to advance the IOTA network during the month of November, you’ll be eligible. If you think […]

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The IOTA Hackathon took place from Nov 17 to Nov 19 in Gdansk, Poland. Software developers from all over Europe came together to put to test the IOTA Platform with various use cases. The event was sponsored by IOTA, Baltic Data Science (blockchain and big data service), Datarella (blockchain and big data consultancy) and Bright […]

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This is the second installment in our posts about the experiences of the “Freedom Pass” team during the IOTA Hackathon. In the first post (found here), Kira set the stage and explained the current issues of the London Freedom Pass. In this post, we’ll get a bit more detailed with regards to how we built […]

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