Who can participate
Anyone who qualifies for registration on the Centbee wallet app may enter. Current employees and staff (including contractors) of Centbee, Bitcoin Association for BSV, and Lightning Sharks may not enter the competition.
(Participants are permitted to be represented by a pseudonym and an avatar on the leaderboard and during publicity events. If you participate in an on-camera interview, your pseudonym will be used as an identifier.)
Competition Timeline: 6 Weeks
2 May: Winners announced
All entrants agree that Centbee, Bitcoin Association, CoinGeek and their affiliates have permission to use the entrant’s name, picture or likeness, biographical information, prize information, information, material, and screen captures about their participation in the Centbee Social Hackathon, and/or statements they make about the Social Hackathon on the Centbee, Bitcoin Association, Coingeek.com and other websites and social media platforms, and for publications for editorial, advertising, and publicity purposes, without compensation, to the extent permitted by applicable law.
If a participant enters the competition under a pseudonym, they will be identified as such in public. Nevertheless, participants have to disclose to Centbee and Bitcoin Association for BSV their real name, nationality and residence address, if they win the Prize.
Code of Conduct
Participants are expected to abide by local and international regulations that are applicable to them. Any noncompliance with said regulations may result in disqualification of the participant.
Centbee and Bitcoin Association for BSV reserves the right to disqualify any entrant who does not adhere to the Centbee Social Hackathon rules applicable, and to anyone who gains an unfair advantage through fraud or unsportsmanlike conduct while participating in the bsocial hackathon.