Whether you're a seasoned developer or just starting out, OpInHacks is the perfect platform to challenge yourself and develop new skills. It is a 36-hour hackathon that aims to bring together aspiring entrepreneurs and tech enthusiasts to showcase their creative ideas and build solutions for real-world problems.

At Opinhacks, we believe that innovation knows no bounds. We strive to create an inclusive and supportive environment where participants from all backgrounds and skill levels can collaborate, learn, and grow. Our hackathon provides a platform for participants to showcase their coding, design, and problem-solving skills. To gain some insights into the event visit: https://opinhacks.co

Requirements

  • Minimum Submission Requirements
    • Challenge/Issue

    • Description of your workflow

    • Workflow link in Playground that meets the following requirements : 

      • Minimum 3 tasks with at least 1 operator and 1 system task

    • Successful execution screenshot & execution link

  • We require all teams to submit a 2 minute or less demo video.
  • Your code must be available in some sort of public repository. 
  • Your code and video must remain public post event if you want to continue being eligible for prizes. If your repo and video are not public we will select new winners. 
  • You must have completed all the registration steps on Devpost. 
    • Joined OpIn Hacks Discord Server
    • SignUp on Orkes Platform
    • SignUp on Quine Platform
  • Your video must be created the weekend of the hackathon. 
  • We don't allow you to submit your project to other hackathons.
  • You can no longer submit project that include prior work.
  • There is minimum team size of 2 and maximum of 4 hackers.

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Prizes

65,000 in prizes

1st Prize OpIn Hacks

INR 30,000

2nd Prize at OpIn Hacks

INR 20,000

3rd Prize at OpIn Hacks

INR 10,000

Best All Girls Team at OpIn Hacks

INR 5000

Best use of Postman's Workspace

Team which makes the best Use of Postman will be eligible for special award from Postman

Hedera - Best Use of Hedera

Glorious Modular Compact Mechanical Keyboard
Hedera is a next generation blockchain technology that’s accessible from familiar programming languages like Java and JavaScript. Their goal? To make Web3 development even more accessible to hackers like you! Build a project on Hedera's test network for a chance to win amazing Glorious Modular Compact Mechanical Keyboards for you and your team!
Build a decentralized application on Hedera using our JavaScript SDK.
Build applications that never sleep using EVM compatible smart contract service.
Say goodbye to cumbersome databases and hello to seamless scalability of Hedera Consensus Service. With no need for writing your own APIs your data is securely stored and easily retrieved.

Go Daddy Registry- Best Domain Name from GoDaddy Registry

Hack from Home kit
GoDaddy Registry is giving you everything you need to be the best hacker no matter where you are. Register your domain name with GoDaddy Registry for a chance to win a Hack from Home Kit! Each Kit contains wireless earbuds, blue light glasses, selfie ring light and a pouch for easy transport.

Auth0- Best Use of Auth0

Exclusive Auth0 Swag made for MLH
Auth0 wants your applications to be secure! Why spend hours building features like social sign-in, Multi-Factor Authentication, and passwordless log-in when you can enable them through Auth0 straight out of the box? Auth0 is free to try, doesn’t require a credit card, and allows for up to 7,000 free active users and unlimited log-ins. Make your new account today and use any of the Auth0 APIs for a chance to win some exclusive swag, including an Auth0 branded Rocketbook and Rubik's Cube!

MongoDB- Best Use of MongoDB Atlas

M5GO IoT Starter Kit
MongoDB Atlas takes the leading modern database and makes it accessible in the cloud! Get started with a $50 credit for students or sign up for the Atlas free forever tier (no credit card required). Along with a suite of services and functionalities, you'll have everything you need to manage all of your data, and you can get a headstart with free resources from MongoDB University! Build a hack using MongoDB Atlas for a chance to win a M5GO IoT Starter Kit for you and each member of your team.

Circle - Best Use of Circle

Circle Branded Hardware Wallet
With Circle, you can embed secure wallets into your app in just minutes. Circle Web3 wallets are compatible with multiple blockchains and are supported by over a dozen programming language SDKs. Circle’s programmable wallets will enable you to add secure transactions to your hackathon project using RESTful APIs, with options for both user and developer controlled transactions. If your hackathon idea involves in-app purchases, user to user payments, app to user payments, or all of the above, integrating Circle programmable wallets to your Web2 or Web3 tech-stack may be the perfect solution.

Sign up for a developer account and start using Circle’s APIs today, for a chance to win a Circle Branded Hardware Wallet for you and each of your teammates!

Flow - Prize Category Name: Best Use of Flow

Flow is a public, decentralized, layer-one blockchain designed for creating limitless Web3 apps for mainstream adoption. Flow empowers hackers like you to build decentralized applications and share them with the world. Write safe and readable smart contracts with Cadence and explore the potential of composable, on-chain logic. With SDKs in multiple languages like Javascript, Go, Kotlin, Python, Swift, Unity, you can jump in and start your hack using Flow this weekend for a chance to win $100 USD worth of FLOW token for each member of your team!

Quine Track Prize (3)

Customized Swags from Quine

Best use of Public APIs

Best use of Public APIs , the team will receive Special Postman Swags

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Judges

Mohd. Toukir Khan

Mohd. Toukir Khan
Postman

Kaiwalya Koparkar

Kaiwalya Koparkar
MLH

Jay Saddana

Jay Saddana
Quine

Shubham Sahu

Shubham Sahu
OpIn Hacks

Shivam Joshi

Shivam Joshi
OpIn Hacks

Anmoldeep Singh Arora

Anmoldeep Singh Arora
OpIn Hacks

Saksham Solanki

Saksham Solanki
OpIn Hacks

Gulam Mohiuddeen

Gulam Mohiuddeen
OpIn Hacks

Abhishek Gupta

Abhishek Gupta
Orkes

Judging Criteria

  • Completion
    Does the hack work? Did the team achieve everything they wanted?
  • Originality
    Has this project been done before at hackathons in the past? How creative is their project in solving the problem at hand?
  • Learning
    Did the team stretch themselves? Did they try to learn something new? What kind of projects have they worked on before?
  • Design
    Did the team put thought into the user experience? How well designed is the interface?
  • Technology
    How technically impressive was the hack? Was the technical problem the team tackled difficult? Did it use a particularly clever technique or did it use many different components? Did the technology involved make you go "Wow"?
  • Hack Presentation
    How well the hack is presented to the judges during the judging phase

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