Republic Advisory Services are excited to announce our participation in an up-and-coming Solana hackathon.
Building out Loud is a hackathon powered by Solana, exclusively for Indian developers. In this 3 week sprint, we welcome developers, engineers, students and anyone with an internet connection to launch their projects on Solana.
According to Solana’s team, their blazing fast blockchain allows developers to deploy dapps that can scale to a billion users. Besides its speed, Solana aims to be secure and censorship-resistant. Their globally distributed community focuses on building the next great decentralized exchange, prediction market, marketplace and payment networks with an open infrastructure.
The hackathon provides an opportunity to showcase your product directly to a stellar line up of investors, including: Balaji Srinivasan (former CTO, Coinbase), Solana Foundation, Lightspeed Ventures, CRED, Kunal Kapoor (actor/entrepreneur), Superpumped, Serum, Republic, and many others.
Republic will be represented by Graham Friedman (Director of Token Offerings) and TJ Kawamura (Partner at Republic Crypto). As advisors, it is our mission to help startups grow and navigate the crypto ecosystem—through all its peaks and valleys. To that end, we eagerly support all cryptographic protocols, and seek to provide startups with foundational relationships that permit them to launch the best possible product to achieve global mass adoption .
Republic’s role in this hackathon will be to source new talent and ideas that are able to support our client projects as they go to launch. Our pursuit of collecting the best possible teams and developers knows no bounds. As such, we have been eagerly exploring startups in LATAM, across APAC, and the vast and diverse regions that comprise the great nation of India.
We believe that diversity is fundamental to creating tomorrow’s technology for a world that lives online, knows no borders, and presents equal opportunities to all people. By sharing knowledge, tradition, and experience, we will create the most impactful distillation of the human experience. This will then lead to the development of new products and features that will ultimately contribute to a better world.
Republic is beyond thrilled to be accepted to this panel, and we await the results with glee.
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