Heyo Hackers! HackerNoon hosted the Decentralized Internet Writing Contest in collaboration with
Here we are with the final announcement of the #Decentralized-Internet writing contest winners!
First, we picked all the stories tagged with #Decentralized-Internet on HackerNoon, published in April. Then we picked the top 10 stories, using 60:30:10 weightage respectively, to:
Number of hours read
The number of people reached
The freshness of the content
Here is the list of our top 10 contenders:
As usual, we created a poll in HackerNoon's writing contest channel and asked the editors to vote. So here are the results:
Our modern science is damaged by the «sickness» caused by centralization and our monetary system. For us to have real science, we need to redesign the context it lives in. We need to redesign the system. Decentralization might «heal» our science from within. It could allow our science to be defined by the people and serve their interests.
Yay @alexbiojs! You have won 2,500 USDT!!
Congratulations @bin.nguyen, you’ve won 2,000 USDT in total! Look at those 40k+ reads!!! Well deserved!
The UST/Luna crash proved to us (again) that we probably need some regulations on digital assets. This is for ensuring that the investors’ funds are safe, and are subject to minimum risks.
The decision came from the onramp cloud— from offramp sources predicting procurement strategies maintained in the main, in the database system related to the regulators of interest accounts.
We called it the neural net mobilityof intelligent learning machines or the enterprise of knit system kits turned to accurate frameworks part as a cityswitch for now—Which makes the decision the very best.
“And it's always there if you need it.”
On that note, let’s wrap up the glorious Decentralised Internet Contest! A huge thanks to our sponsor QuickNode, and all the participants.
Congratulations to all the winners! We will contact y’all shortly. See contests.hackernoon.com to check all the running writing contests!