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### **Prize Bounty**
The top 5 winning subgraphs will each win **1,000 DAI**
### Bounty **Description**
The Graph is a query protocol for Web3. You can use The Graph to index data from Ethereum and IPFS for easy querying from front-end applications with GraphQL.
For this bounty, eligible submissions will include a subgraph that indexes data from Ethereum or IPFS. Follow [this guide](https://thegraph.com/docs/define-a-subgraph) to see how to create a subgraph.
The following projects are good candidates for being indexed in a subgraph:
- Graph Explorer: [https://thegraph.com/explorer](https://thegraph.com/explorer)
- Docs: [https://thegraph.com/docs](https://thegraph.com/docs)
- Example subgraph: [https://github.com/graphprotocol/compound-subgraph](https://github.com/graphprotocol/compound-subgraph)
### **Submission Requirements**
- Join our [Discord](https://thegraph.com/discord) and post in our #hackathons channel to share what you are working on
- *Deploy to Graph Explorer* - Graph Explorer makes it easy for developers to discover all the data being indexed on The Graph and easily pull it into their dApps.
- *Include a dApp that uses the GraphQL API* - Use the generated GraphQL API for building your frontend. There are many ways to use GraphQL but we suggest React + Apollo. We've provided a [starter app](https://github.com/graphprotocol/ethdenver-dapp/) if you need it.
- The schema must be customized beyond the auto-generated one from `graph-init`
### **Judging Criteria**
1. Originality: A project that hasn't been done before, or doesn't exist
2. Completeness and complexity of the implementation
3. Usefulness of the data indexed
4. Potential utility of the dApp
5. Code quality
### **Submission Deadline**
July 10th 2019
### **Winner Announcement Date**
July 12th 2019