Application deadline is extended until September 28, 2018

Don’t know what to expect? Watch this video from our previous hackathon and conference:


We invite:

  • Women software developers – Frontend, Backend and Fullstack Developers with or without blockchain experience 
  • Women entrepreneurs
  • Women Business Analysts, Project Managers, UI/UX Designers
  • Women attorneys
  • All other women who have a great blockchain business ideas

All participants will get a FREE  access to ALL BlockGeeks courses and all Live webinars from our partners 

    You will have an opportunity to choose one of the following hacking tracks:

    • Business track – design and present to judges and audience your own blockchian business including MVP mock ups, business model, cryptoeconomics model, investment plan
    • Legal track – design and present to judges and audience  blockchian legal problem and proposed solution.
    • Developer (technical) track – develop and present to judges a prototype of decentralized application on a blockchain or blockchain development tool, or hardware device.

    You will learn with a help of CryptoChicks and our sponsor BlockGeeks :

    • Different blockchain technologies
    • How to develop decentralized application
    • ERC20 and ERC 721 tokens
    • How to design effective cryptoeconomics token models
    • How to program using RightMesh
    • How to design and build your own blockchain business
    • How to attract investments
    • Challenges and roadblocks in current blockchain techologies

    You will have an opportunity to meet and connect with:

    • Blockchain developers
    • Blockchain entrepreneurs
    • Blockchain startups
    • Blockchain enthusiasts
    • Blockchain technologists

    We also invite MENTORS to help our hackers during project development. If you are an experienced blockchain developer and would like to help our women to code, please apply and get a free access to the hackathon


    We invite people of all genders from the following backgrounds

    • Blockchain enthusiasts
    • Entrepreneurs 
    • Lawyers 
    • Startups
    • Cryptocurrency investors 
    • Blockchain technologists 
    • Blockchain developers 
    • University and college students
    • The blockchain- and crypto-curious individuals

    You will learn:

    • How to start your own blockchain business
    • How to design an effective token model
    • How to run a successful ICO
    • How to attract investors
    • How to be compliant with the current laws
    • What’s all the fuss


    • Different blockchain technologies
    • Blockchain and Fintech
    • Blockchain and AI
    • Blockchain and Healthcare
    • Blockchain and Developing Countries

    You will meet and connect with:

    • Female Blockchain Developers
    • Venture Capitalists
    • Cryptocurrency Hedge Fund Managers
    • Cryptocurrency Investors
    • Blockchain Technologists
    • Blockchain Hardware Inventors
    • Average Citizens

    You will enjoy:

    • Conference with  all meals included
    • Watch  our female hackers teams present their blockchain business projects
    • Voting on the hackathon’s best blockchain projects of the weekend


    Apply to sponsor:

    This event will be held at the New York University in New York. It’s a 4 days event with over 500 people in attendance. Among sponsorship benefits are:

    • Opportunity to run a workshop
    • Speaking opportunity
    • Panel oppotrunity
    • Judging opportunity
    • Complimentary tickets
    • Opportunity to promote your business online and on site

    Event Sponsors

    Event Partners

    Thank you to our previous event sponsors

    Thank you everyone for participating in our April 6-8 event in Toronto!


    Business Track

    Team Name : 


    Project : 

    Refuse as Resource: The Potential of Plastic in a Circular Economy Based Blockchain

    Description : 

    Apply the system principles of blockchain and monetization potential of cryptocurrency to onboard and incentivize citizens in the developing world, who would participate in a value-chain model of refuse as resource to be recovered, re-used, and re-integrated to achieve a circular economy.

    Team members : 

    Lisa Meecham
    Gungeet Kaur
    Njeri Rionge

    Developer Track

    Team Name : 


    Project :


    Description : 

    Putting genomics on the blockchain. Much of our world is transitioning to using AI to detect mutations in our DNA to find out which genes cause which outputs, and then furthering it with how to cure diseases. But there are unsolved problems in this revolutionary field. Data that literally defines who you are, DNA, is insecure, providing many privacy concerns. Additionally, the data set is often skewed to urbanized, developed localities. So drugs that end up being found, cause unintended, sometimes harmful effects on people outside of the sample set. The price of gene sequencing is not the issue(as it is less than $100), rather, the technology available to relay the information to get to researchers is fragmented and insufficient. This causes the inability for people in foreign countries or rural areas to participate. BlockGene solves this huge problem in the world of gene-editing, by providing a interface to accessibly, and securely upload and transmit genomic data, providing the necessary privacy, while still allowing users to get paid for their contributions.

    Team member :

    Ananya Chadha

    Audience Choice

    Team Name : 

    Northern Lights

    Project :


    Description :
    Reg-A-Star is a civil registration tool, intended to provide biometric birth registration services to areas where access is limited or non-existent . By having everyone’s birth registered, the goal is to prevent human rights abuses such as child marriage and under age conscription into the military because the system will be able to provide the true age of the children. In the future, the system could be scaled to capture other metrics such as medical records or government benefits. The proposed architecture includes a distributed ledger built with Hyperledger Composer leveraging PoET consensus to store unique, encrypted, system-generated person IDs. In addition, a mobile compatible client application will generate IDs linking the transaction to the ledger and fingerprints to the off-chain IPFS. The platform is designed to be modular, with the prospect of referencing additional data in the future, such as vaccination records, education histories and proof of property ownership. Separating personal data in this way adds a level of security over current registration systems, as each record will only ever hold a reference to the encrypted person ID, and no easily readable personal data. Even data such as Name and Address will be stored separately and optionally.

    Team Members :

    Rachel O’Neill
    Natalie Chin
    Sally Yip

    Team Name : 

    Wallflower to a Rose

    Project : 

    Autism Spectrom Intake Funding

    Description : 

    Create a blockchain solution that will aid families to share information around their Autism Spectrum disorder diagnosis in order to reduce wait time/bottlenecks for treatment resulting in earlier intervention.

    Team Members : 

    Denella Dsouza
    Jean-Anne McQuarrie
    Lindsay Bangs
    Swapna Sangayya
    Ada Li
    Lakshmi Durga Haridoss

    Team Name : 

    Brick chain

    Project : 


    Description : 

    Distributed Authoritative registry for detailed vaccine records with doctors and Patients view. Future possibility to include pharmaceutical companies to form a transparent supply chain

    Team Members :

    Luciana Alves
    Ryan Galimova
    Deepali Jadhav
    Jannelle Juang
    Alex Park
    Laura Martinez

    Bounty Awards

    Team Name : 


    Project : 

    Juniper Long Life

    Description :

    blockhain platform that seemlessly transmits insurance risks and disintermediation of the insurance industry.

    Team Members : 

    Nelia Teixeira

    Ceit Butler

    Catherine GC

    Anastasia Ionas

    Yuet Loo Wong

    Team Name : 


    Project : 

    Alexa – Marcotta 

    Description :

    ArtVanGarde is trying to solve the problem where artists and art buyers could exchange physical art pieces at ease and with transparency using the power of blockchain. Each individual physical art work is represented by a non-fungible ERC721 token where it stores the hashed data of unique identification of the artwork, artist and the art certificate issuance information. The transfer of ownership of the art work contract address will be available in the blockchain to allow transparency in terms of transaction history. ArtVanGarde gives easier access and reduce the workflow and cost for how art pieces got traded.

    Team Members : 

    Alice Man

    Blair Du

    Minna Liang

    Oceana Boulais

    Tammi Ha

    Team Name : 

    New Kids on the Blockchain

    Project : 


    Description :

    This platform intends to increase awareness and transparency about rape kits that do not get tested in labs, and ensure the kits are traceable and secure during the DNA testing process. Blockchain technology provides a huge opportunity for officials to be held accountable and victims to be aware of what stage of processing their data is currently at.

    Team Members : 

    Twinkle Mehta
    Angelin Antony
    Apoorva Bitton
    Maydha Maithani

    Congratulation to the winners!!!
    Congratulations to ALL participants on making the world a better place!!!

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