Bitcoin Billboard Wins Tel Aviv Hackathon

Bitcoin Billboard Wins Tel Aviv Hackathon

Over 20 hours of hacking at the Decentralize This! hackathon in Tel Aviv has resulted in the creation of bitcoin's own Million Dollar Homepage - among many other interesting projects. From Thursday evening until far into Friday afternoon, over 50 programmers spent more than 20 hours brainstorming, conceptualizing and coding at the first Decentralize This! hackathon in the city's Lool Venture Capital offices. The event was the biggest bitcoin-related hackathon organized in this growing Middle Eastern bitcoin hub to date, with 14 teams building original bitcoin applications in less than a....


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