Heyo Hackers! Here we are again with the #Decentralized-Internet writing contest winners for the month of April!
HackerNoon is excited to host a Decentralized Internet Writing Contest in collaboration with
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:
Yay @balapriya! You have won You have won 2,500 USDT!!
Cryptographic Hash Functions are a class of hash functions that are cryptographically secure. From password authentication and integrity verification to blockchain—these functions are used in a multitude of applications.
Congratulations @michael-brooks! You’ve won 1,500 USDT!
**Jackson:**So, I’ll accept the fact that society has advanced with all of this technology and that my principles have helped to start the whole cryptocurrency and digital asset trend. But I have to draw the line somewhere. I just don’t feel the same way about transportation. I don’t like the way cars and planes have taken the place of my beloved horse. But who am I to criticize progress? It’s time I joined him and headed back to the past. I’ve seen a lot and even dealt with bank wars, so I want to share some closing thoughts with you.
Smith: I’ve heard you like a good fight.
Jackson: Yeah, I’ve even been in duels, but that’s beside the point. And I’ve won several battles in the War of 1812. I think you’re headed in the right direction with crypto but be prepared for the battles. And get ready to
@futuristiclawer has won 500 USDT!
The mirrorworld doesn’t yet fully exist, but it is coming. Someday soon, every place and thing in the real world — every street, lamppost, building, and room — will have its full-size digital twin in the mirrorworld. For now, only tiny patches of the mirrorworld are visible through AR headsets. Piece by piece, these virtual fragments are being stitched together to form a shared, persistent place that will parallel the real world.
Congratulations to all the winners! See y’all next time.