Get ready to shape a sustainable and decentralized future!
If you're a developer, student, entrepreneur, designer, researcher, thinker, project manager—or anyone with a passion for innovation join the ETHTallinn hackathon to co-create impactful projects.
Join us on a 3-day hackathon, on April 19-21 to collaborate with like-minded individuals to solve industry challenges, and earn rewards.
Only confirmed hackers can participate and compete for project-specific sponsored bounties and prestigious awards. It's time to be part of the groundbreaking change.
Showcase your skills by building decentralized infrastructures focused on inclusivity, accessibility and ownership. Build a better user experience across the web by utilizing account abstraction, and similar technologies.
Explore the potential of technologies that prioritize privacy and security to create a safe and secure social and infrastructure environment backed by web3 technologies.
Improve the performance and efficiency of nodes and infrastructure, as well as explore Layer 2 solutions and interoperability between different blockchains.
ETHTallinn is a 3-day hackathon a 3-day hackathon from April 19-21, 2024, in Tallinn, Estonia. This event coincides with BananaConf, the largest web3 event in the Nordics, now in its third iteration. We anticipate 200 hackers developing 50+ projects. We're partnering with local universities and global communities to bring a spotlight on Web3 in the Baltics.
ETHTallinn is hosted at the Estonian Business School in Tallinn, Estonia. There will be opportunities for hackers to join us virtually if you can't make it in person.
Check out online resources for more skill-based workshops that might help you grow in your knowledge in experience in development and Web3. You might want to start thinking about the biggest problems that you're most interested to solved and understand where Ethereum and Web3 technologies apply best. You can attend any of our pre-hackathon workshops on our upcoming events page as well. We'll share more details in our hacker guide which will be shared with all approved hackers.
Our hackathon is open to hackers of all skill and education levels. We expect the majority of our hackers to be university students and early-stage professionals based in Estonia and the Baltics. We encourage those with both non-business and business experience, and those who can provide a range of help in projects like software development, smart contract development, full stack development, design, UX/UI, and even marketing. Since it is more technical of an event, we encourage those in the software engineering tracks to apply and get the full experience to understand and implement our workshops.
Of course! What's a hackathon without snacks, meals, energy drinks, and coffee to fuel your hacking all night (or just day) long! We will provide the majority of meals you'll need to survive the full, amazing weekend.
Breakfast, coffee & drinks, and one additional meal will be provided.