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Moralis Partners with ChainGuardians for 2021 Moralis Hackathon

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We at Moralis are honored to share that ChainGuardians are joining the 2021 Moralis Hackathon as an official partner!

ChainGuardians – Official Partner to the 2021 Moralis Hackathon

It’s a great honor for us at Moralis to unveil ChainGuardians as an official partner to the 2021 Moralis Hackathon. The hackathon, which is open for participants now, will run until June 15th, 2021. Moreover, the Moralis Hackathon will see developers compete for a total prize pool of $50,000 in developing tomorrow’s dApps!

”We’re thrilled to sponsor the Moralis Hackathon and support innovators building with Moralis. We recall a time when we were early into development, and Moralis would have helped us significantly,” said Robbie Cochrane, Co-Founder of ChainGuardians. ”Hackathon rewards like these would also have given us a big boost – we’re very happy to now have a part in presenting this opportunity to aspiring developers.”

”Moralis really is a revolutionary tool for Web3 and dApp development,” added Ivan on Tech, Founder of Moralis. ”We couldn’t be happier that ChainGuardians recognize Moralis’ transformational potential and that they want to be a part of this hackathon that promotes devs who buidl.”

The 2021 Moralis Hackathon’s total prize pool of $50,000 will be divided among three hackathon winners. Specifically, following the hackathon’s June 15th deadline, a jury will select the three winning projects. The team that comes first will receive the 2021 Moralis Hackathon’s grand prize of $30,000. What’s more, the project that comes in second place will receive a runner-up award of $15,000, while the contribution that comes in third place will win $5,000.

The only requirement for teams that enter the 2021 Moralis Hackathon is that they will use Moralis. Moralis is a free, fully managed, and infinitely scalable backend infrastructure for Web3 application or dApp development. Moralis frees developers from the hassle associated with setting up and manually managing traditionally complex Web3 backend infrastructure. The result? Developers can build great Web3 apps quickly!  

ChainGuardians Hackathon Example Use Cases

Anyone enrolling in the 2021 Moralis Hackathon is, of course, completely free to build whatever project they themselves would like to create. Nevertheless, we strongly encourage participants to use our official partners’ tech when planning their projects. Moreover, we recognize that a bit of inspiration goes a long way. As such, we have put together a short inspiration summary with example use-cases for anyone looking to build their Moralis Hackathon project with ChainGuardians in mind. 

If you feel you need more backstory on ChainGuardians than this article provides, be sure to check out this video explaining ChainGuardians. Some existing projects that already use ChainGuardians’ technology include Mixie, an NFT that lives on Binance Smart Chain created for PancakeSwap. Besides this, there’s also ChainGuardians’ integration with Chainlink’s Veritable Random Function (VRF), which powers randomness-based customizability of Guardians. If you want even more information to pique your interest, check out ChainGuardians’ official website!

What is ChainGuardians?

ChainGuardians is an ecosystem that combines traditional gaming concepts with blockchain technologies to facilitate player-driven economies. You may perhaps know ChainGuardians’ as the anime-inspired strategy game with the eye-catching tagline ”Blockchain for Superheroes”. ChainGuardians merge conventional gaming and blockchain technology into a single seamless product.

Furthermore, all of this comes as part of ChainGuardians’ overarching vision. Specifically, this enables mass adoption of blockchain gaming by creating imaginative, innovative, and immersive cross-chain gaming experiences.

Within the wider ChainGuardians ecosystem, players can participate in ChainGuardians’ NFT Mining Platform and Role-Playing Game. These two allow players to earn income to turn their time and energy into tangible rewards. ChainGuardians’ use of NFTs and ERC-721 tokens enables them to generate unique in-game digital collectibles. Additionally, players can even sell their in-game items using NFT marketplaces like OpenSea. 

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