An open-source software publisher Block.one has initiated a $200,000 contest for developing Solidity Smart Contracts within an EOSIO Smart Contract.
The so-called EOSIO Challenge is focused on shaping the future of blockchain and bringing blockchain developer communities together.
This initiative will reportedly trigger the growth of partnerships throughout the blockchain ecosystem by introducing products that promote "scalability and connectivity."
"Whether you’re already an EOSIO veteran or a newcomer, the Challenge is looking for competitors with a collaborative spirit who can engineer breakthroughs within the industry, enabling the technology to work for mainstream markets," the announcement states.
Last year, Block.one, the company behind the EOS token, agreed to pay a $24M fine to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for allegedly selling unregistered securities during EOS' ICO, which took place between 2017 and 2018 and in which it attracted around $4,1B.
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