What is it all about?
The purpose of the contest is to select the best sets of 10 modules or topologies developed forthe Sinfonier Project Community. Innovative, interesting and useful modules andtopologies for Smart Cities, Digital Economy and Digital Identities environments.Register now!
» Offense prevention based on the analysis of open data: Madrid.org, dallas, London, National Statistics Institute, FMI, World Bank...
» Localization of devices deployed in cities from public sources.
» Monitoring of cryptocoin exchange prices: Blockchain, Bitstamp, Bitfinex, BTC-e, Coinbase, LocalBitcoins.
» Correlation of cryptocoin prices and stock indexes.
» Correlation of global political/economic events with cryptocoin prices.
» Assignment of economic transactions from cryptocurrency addresses (accounts).
Digital Identities Evaluation:
» Personal data collection in public documents: BOE, BOCAM, BOJA...
» Alive, deceased or replicant: given an identity, find out if it is being used by a human, a bot, or if it is no longer used.
» Tendencies in the change of profile social networks.
» Deceased individuals identification.
It is important that you read all the participation details in the contest rules.*
The prizewinner of each category will be entitled to receive the following prizes awarded by the panel appointed by ElevenPaths:
First Category: Award for best modules set: USD 3,000
Second Category: Award for best applied topology: USD 3,000
The prizes are awarded in U.S. dollars and will be paid in Bitcoins through PayPal. For the avoidance of doubt, the prize will be the exchange value in Bitcoins of the prize on the day of payment (example, the equivalent to USD 3,000 in Bitcoins).
Who can participate?
As a developer or intelligence analysts, do what you do best and get paid for it!
If you are professional or a student over 18, this is the right place.
How to participate?
Take note of the technical details in the rules of the contest.
Register in Sinfonier Community Contest and follow these instructions:
1. After registering for the contest you will receive an e-mail at the address you registered, with a validation code and a Developer ID you have been assigned. You should use it when you submit your entry!
2. Next, you can submit your entry. To do so you need to send us the following documentation by e-mail:
» Developer ID assigned during registration.
» You must specify if you wish to participate in the First Category (Development of at least 10 modules) or in the Second Category (Design of a topology).
» Name of the modules or the topology.
» URLs of the Github repositories where the source codes of the modules are published
» A detailed description of the developed modules or the topology.
» URL of the video posted on Youtube where the operation of the modules or the topology is explained.
» Duly signed statement of compatibility warranty and compliance with the MIT License, and non-exclusive and free license of intellectual property rights, in accordance with the document attached as Annex 1.
All documentation related to the entry must be written and submitted in English.
3. It is not necessary to buy the service in order to participate or win.
4. The period for submitting entries starts on October 8, 2015 and ends on February 15, 2016 at 1:00 pm (Central European Time).
Final-year and final master's projects are accepted.
It is possible to submit entries as a group, but when registering you must identify all of the group members. The individual registered on the form as the owner will be the contact and is responsible for any administrative action before the contest organizers. If the project's ownership needs to be modified, the project members should communicate this via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org through the owner.
Stay tuned! The winners will be notified by e-mail within 14 days of the close of the contest. You have a period of 10 days to accept the prize.
(*) Rules deposited with a notary public.
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