This article is adopted from BSC.news
In the ongoing HackNSUT in-person hackathon, which attracts participants from over 350 Indian colleges, Pi Network has been given a track.
On February 11, the 30-hour event officially began, and it will last until February 12. Teams can program in a variety of areas, such as AI, blockchain and cryptocurrency, finance, and more. The Blockchain & Crypto track was made available to Pi Network in order to encourage developers and teams to build on Pi. The information was shared on Twitter by Pi Revolution, a group devoted to disseminating news on the blockchain for mobile mining.
NEWS: Pi Network has officially been allocated a 'Blockchain & Crypto' track at HackNSUT. Participating developers will build for Pi.
HackNSUT a 30-hour in-person hackathon at TeckWeek 2023, featuring students & professionals from more than 350 top universities across India. pic.twitter.com/Kl3jeiZFMz
— Pi Revolution π (@PiRevolutionX) February 11, 2023
The purpose of HackNSUT is to allow the brightest minds in India to develop, learn, and show off their full potential. According to reports, the final iteration in 2022 was the biggest student-led hackathon in the nation. Pi Network’s acceptance in the blockchain and cryptocurrency field will therefore be boosted by its acknowledgment during the event.
To find out more about the event, including costs, rules, and a timetable, visit the HackNSUT 2023 blog
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