By AOS - 2020-8-10

Dear global users,

As an innovative public chain and the best privacy smart contract public chain at present, AOS aims at helping more users, enterprises and developers. Therefore, AOS Foundation will hold AOS Hackathon on a global scale. Whether you represent an individual or a team, as long as you love development, you can enter the competition.

I. Competition overview

(1)Competition Name:

AOS global hacker marathon innovation competition

(2)Competition Time:

Aug 20th, 2020 — Nov 7th, 2020

(3)Competition Theme:

Leading the technology, aiming for application and innovation

(4) Competition objective:

ØTo discover excellent blockchain development teams and individuals around the globe;

ØTo drive the development of global blockchain privacy (anonymous) technology;

Ø To promote the construction of thriving (privacy/ anonymous) application communities based on AOS public chains;

Ø To advance the commercial application of blockchain technology for realizing the integrated innovation and converged application of blockchain technology;

Ø To provide cutting-edge blockchain development platforms and exchange opportunities for global blockchain developers.

(5) Competition direction:

Privacy (anonymous) technology + decentralized application

(6) Participants:

Blockchain developers, technology fans and blockchain enterprises and organizations around the globe

(7) Competition rules:

Ø Preliminary (selecting shortlist award winners)

Evaluation and awarding will be finished within 7 working days after participants submit their works. Works meeting the relevant requirements will be shortlisted and win the shortlist award;

Ø Final (selecting the final winners)

After the submission of works closes, winning works will be selected from all the shortlisted works and awards will be granted;


(9) Organizers:

Host: AOS Foundation

Organizer: AOS Global Community Alliance

Co-organizer: AOS English Community, AOS Chinese Community, US Super Partner, Australia Super Partner

II. Competition topics

The competition topics are divided into “defined competition topics” and “non-defined competition topics”.

“Defined competition topics” mean that the development shall be based on the direction described in the topic (which may not be completely limited to the described operation format).

“Non-defined competition topics” mean that developers are given free rein as long as the development is of commercial value and can help to improve AOS infrastructure or enrich AOS application communities.

“Defined competition topics” are as follows:

(1) Infrastructure

Ø Integrated development environment (IDE)

AOS development and debugging environment:

It can edit, compile, debug, and release AOS smart contracts.

It can use ABI to visually invoke DAPP on AOS.

Ø Plug-in wallet/desktop wallet

Through the interaction with browsers, it can realize the operation of AOS network, including money transfer, resources buying and selling, DAPP invoking, etc. It supports at least mainstream browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Opera.

(2) DApp

Ø Decentralized lending

Match debits and credits by decentralized lending agreements. After the mortgage is confirmed, the asset is transferred and the loan is completed. It realizes orders matching and real-time settlement on the chain.

Ø Decentralized exchange

It is a decentralized exchange for matching and settlement on the chain where users can make deposits, place orders, settle accounts and withdraw deposits.

Ø Decentralized stable coins

It realizes the mortgage of decentralized AOS issuance to achieve 1 COIN = 1 USD and the mortgage assets are shown openly and transparently. Most importantly, stable coins maintain the same price when the price of AOS fluctuates.


It creates non-fungible circulating tokens or aggregating platforms on AOS public chains, including but not limited to encrypted artworks, limited encrypted game roles, limited equipment, NFT asset trading platforms, identification of identity certificates, etc. Developers can be creative to bring a climax of NFT development on AOS.

Ø Oracle

A distributed oracle data network is built to interact with real-world data; it provides oracle machine solutions for many application scenarios, such as financial data transmission, financial protocols, insurance, etc.; it can perfectly integrate and seamlessly interact with services outside the blockchain, such as payment, contract execution and any service that can be performed through API.

Ø Contract betting

Betting on specific events (rising or falling coin price, winning or losing of events, etc.) is achieved by AOS smart contract network. It supports users to take token on AOS or any other token on AOS public chains as a chip, and in the end, the smart contract automatically allocates prizes.

Ø Smart locking

It can issue assets (or standardize separate contracts of issuing assets) and lock the function of a certain type of token assets with a duration term for issuing to other accounts;

Ø Anonymous voting

Based on the anonymity of AOS and the cryptology tools provided by the underlayer, an anonymous voting system is constructed;

Ø Privacy entertainment applications

Based on the anonymity of AOS, the privacy of entertainment application is realized. The application including public data and encrypted data is realized to meet different application scenarios. Public data is open and transparent which is convenient for external search and confirmation. Private and sensitive data is encrypted and stored and only users themselves can decrypt and read it.

Ø Other privacy protection applications

Based on the anonymity of AOS and the technologies of zero-knowledge proof and homomorphic encryption provided by the underlayer of AOS, the privacy protection application is constructed.

III. Competition awards evaluation

(1) Basic requirements for entry works:

ØWorks must be submitted to Github open source;

Ø Complete works must include source code, function description, etc.;

ØRelevant laws and regulations of the country (region) where the team is shall not be violated, and infringement on others’ intellectual property rights is not allowed;

ØDAPP works must be submitted with an English version;

(2) Selection criteria:

Ø Function completeness: complete in core functions and business logic;

Ø Code quality: including security, program execution efficiency, scalability, code readability and advanced technology.

Ø Relevance: AOS features are applied or related to AOS public chains;

Ø User status: number of users and active users;

Ø User experience: good user experience;

Ø Originality: the project must be original by the participant (open source project is not plagiarism);

Ø Commercial value: it can solve a practical problem and have a commercial prospect;

(3) Selection process:

Ø Preliminary selection:

During Aug 20-Oct 20, participants’ submitted works meeting the basic requirements of entries and generally reaching the work selection criteria can be shortlisted and qualified for the final.

These works will have access to the “preliminary shortlist award” (DAPP works will also be uploaded into the AOS wallet application center), and the organizing committee will select a number of excellent works from each competition topic and grant awards;

ØFinal selection:

Oct 21-Oct 30 is for the final selection. Final selection is divided into two parts: community voting and organizing committee member evaluation. The weight of community voting is 30% and that of the organizing committee is 70%.

IV. Competition awards and support program

(1) Preliminary award evaluation (shortlist award)

During August 20-October 20, participants’ submitted works meeting the basic requirements of entries and generally reaching the work selection criteria can have access to the “shortlist award” (evaluation and awarding will be finished within 7 working days after submission).

(2) Final award evaluation (winning award)

After the submission of works closes, the final award will be evaluated from October 21 to October 30. The following awards will be selected:

(3) Community fund incubation program

Winning works in the final will have access to be supported by AOS Foundation:

Ø Financial investment (ranging from US $50,000 to US $5 million);

Ø Free technical guidance will be provided;

Ø Media promotion support will be provided (AOS all media/community matrix promotion support);

Ø Other related resources and support.

V. Competition entry access

(1) Registration

Official website registration access will open on Aug 20 on the official website.

(2) Submission of works

GitHub submission address will open on Aug 20 on the official website.

(3) Competition consultation:

Email: market@aos.plus

Other notes:

1. Participants are held legally responsible for their submitted works;

2. The works can apply any development language and tool;

3. Individual and team participation is both allowed with unlimited number of members;

4. There is no limit to the time and venue of the development as long as the works are submitted within the limited period;

5. Providing two or more sets of similar product source code is forbidden. Once found, the participant will be disqualified;

6. Before the submission of entry works closes, participants can improve the entry works. In the preliminary, the first submitted version shall prevail; in the final, the final version submitted before the closing date shall prevail;

7. The intellectual property rights of the entry works in this competition belong to the participants. The organizer is entitled to use the entry works and related work and participant information for promotion materials, related publications, authorized media release, official website browsing, downloading and exhibition;

8. Entry works shall be submitted in the required form, and those that do not meet the requirements will be eliminated directly;

9. The winners’ tax shall be borne by themselves, and the organizer shall not be liable for any compensation caused by any reason of the developer or DApp;

10. AOS Foundation reserves the right of final interpretation of the event.


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