Why You Should Join

  • Exciting prize pool of USD 190,600 Go for it!
  • Lineup of immersive online events by experts from Web3
  • Network and build along with like-minded developers
  • Make the most of environment with the best dev resources, mentorship, environments and languages
  • Build on Polkadot with defined problem statements
  • Explore open-ended hackathons & pick your own problem statement!
  • Get hired by topline Web3 companies
  • Access to funding - springboard your ideas/project to success!


4 Hackathons

USD 190,600 prize pool is waiting

The largest Web3 Hackathon ever!


Our sponsors are with us in what we are building - the largest, global blockchain and Web3 ecosystem initiative from India! We have their support for next generation Web3 hackers. If you or your organization are interested in sponsoring, we have exciting packages lined up so do reach out


The Hackathon is centered around Web 3.0 and Blockchain broadly. Multiple sponsors and technology companies have created hackathon tracks. Some tracks are open ended while other tracks have problem statements defined.
The event registrations will start from 30 July, 2022 for IBC-HACK and the application will be closed by August 25, 2022.
Participation is FREE for IBC Hackathon
Everybody is welcome and can apply. Whether you are an entrepreneur or a student you are welcome.
The minimum size of the team is 2 and maximum size 5. However, we would recommend a team size of 3-4 members.
The prize pool of IBC-HACK-1 is $45,000 + other prizes from our sponsors including: opportunity to meet best-in-class mentors, connect with investors etc. For a detailed understanding of incentives visit ibc.media
The jury panel composition will be announced closer to the date of the hackathon demo day.
Our partners and sponsors regularly share material, conduct workshops and AMA sessions. Keep checking your email and keep visiting the platform to get the latest updates.
You can get details of the timeline at ibc.media
Some tracks are open ended while other tracks have problem statements. If you are choosing a track which has problem statements defined, you have to pick one of the problem statements listed. If you are choosing a track which does not have problem statements, you can have your own problem statement.
Yes. You can be part of another team as well during the application process. However, after the process of application shortlisting is completed, you would not be able to change teams.
The members are expected to record a video pitch with the recording of the demo and be present online to answer the questions of the jury.
Hackathons are open competitions and we do not bear any responsibility of protecting the IP as it will be reviewed by multiple mentors and also peer reviewed. Do not share anything that cannot be shared on a public forum.
Please mail us on [email protected] and we will update this list as well so that everybody profits from the answer.