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[2000 DAI] Protest Privately Hack
near, ethereum, privacy
### Protest Privately Hack
### Prize Bounty
### Challenge Description
We are seeing a light being shed once again on institutionalized racism, not just in the United States, but across the entire world. This is good for our global culture, but revolution is a painful process. Right now, there are several censorship and privacy issues that arise when organizing protests:
- Police check social media for intel on protests about to happen
- The identities of people protesting are being documented by police so that they can retroactively make arrests
- Organizing and passing information during a protest is challenging
- Small protests are easy to quell. So decentralized organization is vital to the success of any group get together.
**Ideas to get started:**
- Commit-reveal organization app. Imagine kickstarter for protests. People can sign up to show up at an unidentified location within a specified range. The location is not revealed until a quorum (set by the organizer) is met. This means that you can reduce the risk to people who wish to protest, but are afraid of showing up alone.
- Decentralized fundraising app. This allows people who are not sure how to help, contribute to causes that they think are important. Organizers could create bids for projects, such as purchasing water for an entire protest, and then people could send funds from anonymous addresses premissionlessly. This is a safe way to stay anon and support the cause.
- Your idea goes here!
### Submission deadline
The last day of the hackathon
### Submission Requirements
Please make sure that your submission addresses the following criteria:
- A working link to a demo of the application is required for submission
- Open source code must be submitted with the demo to be considered
- Submitted by the deadline
- Be the original work of an individual participant or a group project
- Built utilizing NEAR protocol
- A human will look at the commit logs, so no funny business!
### Judging Criteria
An asynchronous panel of engineers will judge your hack. They will rate your project on a scale from 1-5 on the following grades.
Your hack will be graded on the following scale:
- Adherence to challenge (E.g. how well it solves the proposed problem)
- Practicality in the real world
- Originality and innovation
- Technicality of implementation
- Design and usability
- Each prize will go to one application that best meets the listed criteria.
- Your application can qualify for several prizes.
**We DO require a video demo with your submission.**
### Winner Announcement Date
At the end of the hackathon.
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