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Announcing 3 New Writing Contests With Cash Prizes, on NOWby@hackernooncontests
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The team at HackerNoon has done some of the ol’ pondering and acknowledged that your skills and ideas make the world go round.  It’s true, indeed, that creative positive solutions and helpful concepts showcase the brighter side of human capabilities. It’s what – we as a species–  can – likely – collectively unite over.    In appreciation of the beautiful talents of our community, HackerNoon is expanding the number of writing contests we have open during the year.  As luck would have it, we have 3 contests that have launched (1 upgraded) as of March 1, 2022. 

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Why, hello there, Hacker💕,


The team at HackerNoon has done some of the ol’ pondering and acknowledged that your skills and ideas make the world go round.


It’s true, indeed, that creative positive solutions and helpful concepts showcase the brighter side of human capabilities. It’s what – we as a species–  can – likely – collectively unite over.


In appreciation of the beautiful talents of our community, HackerNoon is expanding the number of writing contests we have open during the year.


As luck would have it, we have 3 contests that have launched (1 upgraded) as of March 1, 2022.


The #Web3 Writing Contest


Entering this contest is quite easy. Just submit your article to HackerNoonwith the #Web3 tag, and you’ll be entered in to win up to $2000 worth of OCT tokens from our $12,000 prize pool.

You can try and win each month, from March 1st to August 31st.


Follow the below steps/requirements:

1.18+ to enter.

2.Create a HackerNoon account (winners will be contacted via email).

3.Use the Web3 tag with your original content submission.

4.You may (but aren’t obligated) use this template: https://app.hackernoon.com/new?template=web3


Sponsored by: The Octopus Network in collaboration with HackerNoon is excited to host a #Web3 Writing Contest! Get NEAR Wallet here. Learn more about Octopus Network here.


For further instructions click here.



The #Blockchain Writing Contest


Here’s your chance to win money from a $1000* monthly prize pool. You can write about anything related to blockchain technology - it could be the exciting blockchain project you are working on or your opinion piece on recent blockchain advancements.


Follow the below steps/requirements:

1.18+ to enter.

2. Create a HackerNoon account (the winners will be contacted via email).

3.Use the Blockchain tag with your original content submission.


Sponsored by: __Tatum __is a blockchain development platform that saves time and costs by reducing the complexity of blockchain development, offering a unified framework for 40+ blockchain protocols and thousands of digital assets.

Further instructions are here.



The Decentralized Internet Writing Contest 


Here’s your chance to win money from a whopping $5000 monthly prize pool! You can write about anything related to decentralized internet - it could be the exciting new updates you know about or your opinion piece on them.

Follow the below steps/requirements:


1.18+ to enter.

2.Create a HackerNoon account (winners will be contacted via email).

3.Use the  #decentralized internet tag with your original content submission.



Sponsored by: Quicknode makes it simple to power your blockchain applications and scale up as you grow. From elastic APIs & dedicated nodes, to powerful tools & analytics, all at your command through a simple control panel.


Further instructions are here. 


Small disclaimer: While publishing isn’t automatically guaranteed, we have human editors willing to make suggestions on how to improve your work.

Thank you for all that you do!


With care,


The HackerNoon Team




This post was compiled by Ellen Stevens.