The cryptocurrency community is currently seeking its first Hemingway, as several writing competitions are underway in the blockchain space. Both NEO and have launched writing competitions this week with winners receiving prizes in crypto.

Longhash is a platform for accelerating the development and understanding of blockchain technology. They’re looking for stories between 800-1000 words. The stories should be data based, meaning less like Hemingway, more like scientific articles.

Submissions for the Longhash competition end on October 28th. The winner will be rewarded with 5 ETH.

Meanwhile, NEO is looking for technical articles that communicate the user’s experience interfacing with the NEO blockchain. The competition is open until December 17. Up to 20 winners will receive $500 and bonuses in NEO’s alternate token, GAS.

Articles can be about any of the following subjects.

  • NEO technical architecture overview
  • NEO ecosystem overview
  • NEO smart contract development and debugging
  • Deployment and maintenance of full nodes
  • dApp design and development
  • NEO development tools
  • Fast sync block

To submit to the Longhash competition, click here.

To submit to the NEO competition, click here.



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