Status Hackathon – Aaron Anderson from web3devs gets 2nd place

The Status hackathon in Prague last week was one of the most anticipated events in the blockchain world this fall. Hundreds of coders from all over the world formed 32 teams and worked all weekend to build blockchain tools in the Status ecosystem.

Aaron Anderson’s team created DaiPOS, a point of sale solution using the DAI stablecoin. It has an interface similar to SnapChat, creates QR codes that hold the transaction data for purchases, and keeps track of sales and inventory. Purchasers do not need to have the app, any Ether wallet that can scan QR codes can complete the transaction.

The judges awarded them 2nd place in the Marketplaces Track and received the bounty from the DAI prize.

Since we’ve been cleaning up at these hackathons, we’ve decided to go all in and head out as a team to San Francisco next week to compete in the EOS Global Hackathon. Let us know if you’ll be there!