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Pi Network Reveals Everyone Can Build in the Ongoing Hackathon

Pioneers with unique ideas can join the hackathon and attract developers interested in building on Pi Blockchain.

Everyone is a Builder

The Pi Network orientation program for hackathon participants has ended successfully, with the team sharing interesting tips for developers. Most importantly, the team disclosed that everyone could enter the event and build on the network.

The webinar, which was held via zoom, saw hackathon teams, individuals, and prospective builders showcase their interest in becoming part of the Pi ecosystem. During the orientation workshop on January 20th, the team disclosed that everyone could build without having programming skills:

“You are very welcome to the Pi Hackathon. What you need to do is to go to the brainstorm section, and fill the form with all necessary information, and developers who are interested in your project will join and then you can form a team to participate in building,” the team said.

From the statement, participants only need to share their idea in the brainstorm section, and interested developers will join to make up a team. The brainstorm section is found in the Pi Browser application.

Pi Network Hackathon began on January 9th, and since then, the decentralized free mining protocol has registered numerous participants. As of writing, over 3000 individuals have registered, and more are expected to join as the event will run till February 28th.

Want to build? Read our article HERE on how to join the Pi Network Hackathon.

What is Pi Network:

Pi Network is a novel cryptocurrency and developer platform that allows mobile users to mine Pi coins without draining the device’s battery. Pi’s blockchain secures not only economic transactions via a mobile meritocracy system but also a full Web 3.0 experience where community developers can build decentralized applications (dApps) for millions of users.

Where to find Pi Network:

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