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Take part in a competition for blockchain projects
aimed at helping the world’s unbanked population.
Finalists will receive support to facilitate development
as well as guidance from world-class experts and a chance
to enter the Humaniq accelerator.
The three best performing teams will be sent on the
Humaniq Expedition to Kenya, before being launched at ICO.
Chance to gain investment
Chance to enter
the Humaniq accelerator
Online Startup program
from Founders Space
Trip to Kenya to gain
an understanding of
Entry for ICO
The competition will examine ideas for blockchain start-ups and already
operational projects which run using blockchain technology or could be
adapted to use it. For developers: check here if your idea/project is relevant.
The projects are to be created for the Humaniq ecosystem, a decentralised
financial structure for cryptocurrency.
Humaniq: empowering the unbanked
Today there are 2.5 billion people on Earth without access to basic financial services. They are left dependent upon cash and deprived of any hope for stability or the chance to improve their living conditions.
Humaniq's primary goal is the financial inclusion of the world's unbanked through the use of blockchain technology, which ensures the safety and stability of financial operations.
The aim of the Humaniq Global Challenge is to bring together a community of like-minded individuals, from which the 10 best projects will be selected for a chance to enter the Humaniq ecosystem.
What is the
What is the
The teams behind the three best projects
will be sent on a trip to Africa, where
they will meet with local unbanked
populations to learn about their lives
and financial habits.
Developers will meet with representatives from various
different communities, conduct interviews, model games
based around Humaniq and develop an understanding
of local culture and customs.
This will enable the testing of hypotheses and perfection
of the projects, taking into account the developer’s newly
gained knowledge of the local people.
On the way
We have selected Kenya as it is one of the safest African
countries, with a large unbanked population and
widespread access to mobile internet.
Those taking part in the trip will receive all the necessary
inoculations and will travel a well-established route with a
professional guide and security.
the expedition will take
place 10 - 19 November 2017
The Humaniq Global Challenge is open to entrepreneurs, blockchain projects developers, programmers, marketing specialists, and economists.
Previous experience of starting business projects, working on IT projects or start-ups
Citizens of any country
can take part
Teams should be made up of a minimum of two people, of whom one should be a programmer
Anyone can join a team or create their own until 30 September 2017.
You can take part with either an idea for
a start-up or an operational project which
can be adapted for Humaniq.
If you want to take part, but don't have
your own idea, you can find teams to join
on our Telegram group.
Challenge timeline 2017
A longlist of
10 best projects
teams are announced
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Global CBDO of Humaniq
Lead developer of Humaniq
Director of Humaniq Accelerator
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