ZUG, Switzerland, January 31, 2023 – Last month, Golem Network employees met to participate in an internal hackathon to wrap up the year with creativity, team spirit and a lot of coding.
The participants, divided into teams, worked together during two intensive days to develop improvement ideas for the Golem platform and build creative solutions on top of the Golem network.
The projects submitted by the different teams included an improved dashboard for Golem Network providers, a game content creator using generative AI, an innovative voice-to-text solution or a live map to visually track transactions in the network.
Pawel Burgchardt, Chief Product Officer at Golem Factory, said: “The internal hackathon was a great opportunity for our team to come together and think creatively about how we can improve our platform and the solutions that can be built on Golem. The collaborative spirit, innovative ideas and learning experience among participants were truly impressive. We’re excited to take some of the ideas generated during the hackathon and bring them to fruition in the coming months.”
After the successful event, Golem Network is already planning for another internal hackathon in 2023, where it is expected to see more groundbreaking ideas and solutions. Besides, the company is also planning to host a public hackathon this year.
Watch the Golem Network Internal Hackathon video here.
Interested companies with the experience to help with the organization of these events can get in touch with Golem Network at: email@example.com
About Golem Network
Golem Network is a platform born in 2015, with the aim of democratizing access to censorship resistant computing resources. This is facilitated by a cutting-edge protocol that allows users to rent and rent out providers’ idle hardware in a peer-to-peer (P2P) manner. The settlement layer of the protocol, fueled by the Golem Network Token (GLM), allows for the creation of a shared and alternative economy where users earn passive income by leasing their hardware. All these features combined allow developers to build on top of the platform as they’d build on regular cloud infrastructure, without the issues associated with centralized platforms. More information on www.golem.network
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