DeBots are a game changing paradigm in blockchain development which will introduce End-to-End Decentralization concept to users. However, there are a few developers capable of implementing DeBots. This contest will motivate developers to learn the tech behind DeBots and dive into the world of Free TON.
Contest duration: 7 days
Voting duration: 14 days
Start date: Feb, 22st, 2021, end of day UTC
End date: Feb, 28th, 2021, end of day UTC
Write and publish any DeBot
- Description of use cases (scenarios) as well as actions available in DeBot.
- Open-source code published under free license.
- Your repo should include README with introduction and usage manual (reference) and deploy instructions (reference).
- Feedback on the current available functionality of DEngine and Debot base contract (optional)
- Test cases with comments for your debot (optional).
- Working scripts to deploy and test your DeBot’s functionality. This is very important not only for jurors, but also for any user to try your DeBot.
- DeBot should work (mandatory requirement).
- Real use-case implementation is a big plus.
DeBots optional task
These points won’t be judged, but participants will likely benefit from doing that in a long run.
- Propose DeBot interfaces.
- Implement smart contract system deployment in form of debot.
- Submit reviews of any other smart contract submissions of other contestants (within any contest).
- After publishing the main contest task, participants are welcome to review each other and submit comments on peers’ work either inside main or with separate submission.
- This will help Smart Contract Jury to evaluate Jury Contests in future and maybe positively affect your scores in future Jury Contests.
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- Each of the Free TON Smart Contract Jury Group can vote on a submission. Jurors whose team(s) intend to participate in this contest by providing submissions must abstain from voting in this contest.
- Each juror will vote by rating each submission on a scale of 0 to 10 or can choose to reject it if it does not meet requirements, or they can choose to abstain from voting if they feel unqualified to judge (this should not be the case in this contest).
- Jurors should provide feedback on each submission they vote for or reject.
Jury and Org Rewards
Jury rewards consist of 10% of prize pool. Organizational activity for contest initiation and holding rewarded as 5% of prize pool.
Jury for this contest consists of Smart Contract Jury Group and any other members which do like to participate in judging and have enough competences (have real experience in smart-contracts and can prove it on-chain). All those “other” members should contact organizers below before the start of this contest.