ICON giving away over $300,000 worth of ICX in blockchain contest

07 May, 2019
by Joeri Cant
ICON giving away over $300,000 worth of ICX in blockchain contest

The ICON foundation is organizing the ICX Transaction Challenge, which is a blockchain development contest with a total prize pool of 1 million ICX.

The ICON TX Challenge, organized by the ICON foundation, is a blockchain development contest that challenges university students and blockchain developers from all around the world, to create their own websites or DApps that will generate ICX transactions.

'As a global 'Interchain' project connecting various blockchain communities, ICON protocol boasts its status as Korea’s No.1 blockchain platform utilizing the renowned cryptocurrency, ICX', the statement reads.

'Please join the 'ICON TX Challenge' if you are interested in the blockchain technology and cryptocurrency platforms!'

A total of 6 winning teams will receive an award of 50,000 ICX each. The total prize pool is 1 million ICX, which represents more than $300,000 in prize money.

The contest will run from June 3rd to July 31st, 2019.

The crypto winter had apparently little negative effects on the ICON’s development progress. Amid rising prices and interest due to the inclusion of ICON in the upcoming Samsung S10, it was announced that the company has recently swapped offices.

The ICON team has expanded to 157 members and its Seoul HQ has moved to larger office space, in the Signature Tower, in the heart of Seoul and just a few hundred meters away from their old one.

ICON even released a video, where they present their new office:

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