The DAO Global Hackathon has ended on Friday 17th Dec - You can re-watch the Closing Cerimony here

The Judges

All the Judges across the 4 hackathon tracks

Hackathon Judges

CORE DAO TECH
Core DAO Tech
Fabien.eth
Snapshot Labs
Jonathan
BitDAO
Tomasz
Human Protocol
NFT
Community & NFTs
Rolf Hoefer
Metacartel Ventures
Nemo
Daedalus
Alec
Mirana Ventures
FINANCE & OPERATIONS
Finance & Operations
Sam Flamini
Superfluid
Lyuben
LAUNCHub
Mario Laul
Placeholder
COMMUNITY & SOCIAL
Multi-chain
Jordan
NEAR Fundation Labs
Samuel Harrison
Harmony Protocol
Mateusz Rzeszowski
Polygon

Judging Criteria

Judges will be invited to vote on each project based on the following criteria. For each of the themes, they'll vote on a range from 1 - 5.

Originality
Does it do something entirely novel, or at least takes a fresh approach to an old problem?
1 - I've seen this idea built before
5 - First time I think through this
DAO and Track relevance
Does this project adhere well to this track of DAO tooling?
1 - This project is not addressing the needs of DAOs
2 - This was better fitted for another track
5 - This is the best track for this project
Execution
Is the project usable in its current state? Is the user experience smooth? Does everything appear to work? Is it well designed?
1 - Buggy, doesn't run
2 - Working design prototype, but no working code
3 - Working platform, built on no-code
5 - Executable on testnet or ideally even mainnet
Usefulness
Does it do something entirely novel, or at least takes a fresh approach to an old problem?
1 - Don't see its use within the current DAO ecosystem
5 - Can totally see this project being used by DAOs
Presentation
How compelling was the presentation for the project? Demo? Slides? Pitch?
1 - The pitch was boring and the demo wasn't successful
5 - Pitch was attractive and compelling