Coinbase Launches Developer Portal and a 6 Week Hackathon

Coinbase Launches Developer Portal and a 6 Week Hackathon

Coinbase recently announced it was organizing the second Coinbase Bitcoin Hackathon, the Bithack V2. Along with this announcement, the Coinbase team also revealed the launch of the developer portal which provides information and documentation for all of Coinbase's APIs. The Hackathon is a distributed, six-week competition, open to anyone who is willing to participate. This gives the chance for developers from around the world to build bitcoin-integrated applications and to submit them for consideration. Developers will be able to access the Coinbase API to develop new applications to....


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