Link to this page: **https://bit.ly/Web3athon22SubmissionJudging**
Stage 1: Join
Stage 2: Prototype
Idea Submissions Due: September 18th, 2022
Judges: To Be Announced. They will be subject matter experts in each theme, Venture Capitalists, and technical experts in Blockchain technology.
In Stage 2, the CRADL team and the Web3athon judges curated by CRADL will select the final winners per chain. Judges will also select notable winners that won’t receive prize money from a chain. Submissions for all themes will be evaluated using the same judging criteria.
🗒️ Submission Requirements
- Short Written Description (250 words)
- What problem is it solving for people and your community? For whom specifically?
- Video Link: Recorded Pitch (refined from the stage 1 proposal)
- Length: <6 minutes
- Recorded video of the pitch
- Pitch deck (as PDF, PPT, KEY or G Slides)
- Pitch Must Cover:
- Problem space / Topic are addressed?
- How you got to your solution
- What problem is it solving for people and community, and for whom specifically?
- Evidence from target users that this is a valuable solution to them.
- Challenges of building the MVP
- Potential negative environmental or social impact & mitigation strategies
- What are the possible unintended consequences of your project?
- What is your business model? How will this make money? Be specific.
- The team (list each member, responsibility area, and background experience), and list the types of teams members you will need to turn the MVP into a working product (eg specific skills or experience)
- Demo Link: Link to the working, publicly hosted version of your project, OR a video demo of the working MVP (~5 mins). You only need to pick one
- Github Repo
- One Sentence Description of your project
🏆 Judging Criteria
- Human Understanding: Is there a clear definition and deep understanding of the target customer and hyperlocal use case(s)?
- Social Impact: Does the team demonstrate understanding of the wider environment or social impact of the proposed idea within the target community and beyond? Have they considered the possible unintended consequences?
- Value proposition: Is the value proposition clearly articulated (non-technically)?
- Team Composition: Does the team have the relevant experience to deliver this project effectively and responsibly (and/or know what skills and experience are missing)?
- Web3 Fit: Is the project uniquely suited for web3 / blockchain-enabled technologies (or could it be solved / better solved using other technologies)?
- Usability: How usable is the solution for the target audience?