Get ready for the world's first Web3 Security hackathon in 2023! We present to you QuillCon: CodeQuest – a security-first event for developers and security professionals to create solutions to secure the Web3 ecosystem and its future.
Web3 has lost $ 35 billion+ to hacks and scams. QuillAudits is a Web3 security firm dedicated to securing smart contracts to prevent the loss of funds for any project. In the past 5 years, we have worked with 1000+ projects, secured $ 30 billion and audited 1 Million+ lines of code.
Online kickoff for the hackathon: Registrations for the hackathon are open till the 20th of November. The hackathon starts in online mode on 20th November.
Engage with top security professionals, network with fellow builders, and join the security revolution!
From November 20th to December 4th, we encourage builders to build the best security tools they possibly can, taking the guidance of our expert mentors.
Security Conference+ Winner Announcement: Meet the brightest minds in security and attend their workshops. The top 10 teams will be invited exclusively for this event, and the winners for the hackathon will also be announced.
QuillCon: CXO Mixer and Demo Day: If you are one of the Top10 teams, you will be invited to demo your projects in front of CXO level industry leaders and exclusively pitch your products in front of investors and VCs
Compete in six exciting prize track categories:
Join us in defining the future of Web3 Security at QuillCon: CodeQuest 2023.
Whether you're a full-stack developer or a smart contract auditor developer, there's a need for you in this Web3 security hackathon.
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