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CoinList launches CoinList Build, a product to help blockchain companies find developers

Today, token sale ecosystem CoinList announced CoinList Build, a product to help blockchain companies engage developers and grow their community via online hackathons. To date, 50 blockchain teams have used CoinList to raise $450 million.

As CoinList evolves their business to support the maturing industry, CoinList Build will help these projects succeed in their next phase of growth: finding developers.

First partner: 0x

0x, an open protocol that enables the peer-to-peer exchange of tokens on Ethereum, will be the inaugural hackathon. The 0x team constantly ships a new product, has built a phenomenal developer infrastructure, and their protocol supports dozens of independent businesses by enabling the trading of in-game items, traditional financial assets, and more.

To engage developers, CoinList Build and 0x are launching an online hackathon:  Bringing Decentralized Markets to the Masses.

“We’re really excited about the potential for decentralized markets to unlock innovation, but usability is still a barrier to widespread adoption. We’re looking forward to seeing participants solve these problems.”

CoinList Team


0x is awarding over $50,000 in ZRX tokens. This includes a $10,000 grand prize, $7,500 community choice award, and $2,500 for finalists in each category. 0x will also be giving $100 in ZRX to each participant that submits a project.


The panel of judges includes people from top brands like IDEO, Product Hunt and Messari.

  • Product and design leaders like Tara Tan (IDEO), Ryan Hoover (Product Hunt), and Jeff Morris Jr (Tinder)
  • Some of the smartest legal minds in crypto like Katherine Wu (Messari), Collins Belton (Atrium), and Georgia Quinn (CoinList)
  • NFT and gaming experts like Nick Tomaino (1confirmation), Alex Atallah and Devin Finzer (OpenSea), and Brian Flynn (NFTY News & Republic Crypto)
  • DeFi experts including Jill Carlson (Independent Consultant) and Joel Monegro (Placeholder)

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