Help people learn about and take charge of their finances.
If you follow the Kardashians more closely than your bank account, this hackathon is for you. Financial literacy affects you, your livelihood, and your community. After all, the more you know, the more your nest egg will grow!
What to build:
A web/mobile app that teaches or enables financial literacy.
Can I submit something I've already built?
Sure, but you must add something new for this hackathon.
Does it have to work IRL?
YES! Mockups and slideshows are boring. Show us something we can use. It doesn't have to be in the app store or open source, but we do have to be able to test it.
What's in it for me?
Our sponsor Venmo has generously donated a 55-inch Samsung 1080p Smart TV and there are also a load of other prizes up for grabs!
I want to participate, but I don't know where / how to start. Halp!
No problemo. We've compiled a list of data sources, APIs, libraries, examples, tutorials, and ideas just for you..
How can I find a teammate?
Head over to the participants page and reach out to a fellow hacker.
- You must submit a web/mobile app that teaches or enables financial literacy.
- You must provide access to and testing instructions for your submission.
- Use any language, framework, library you want.
- If you’re submitting an existing app / project, you must include a description of what you’ve added for this hackathon.
- No malicious code — pls don't hack the gibson!
Developer Evangelist at Venmo
Senior Innovation Strategist at D2D Fund
co-founder Ada's List and Product Consultant at IDEO's OI Engine
Quality of Idea
Includes creativity and originality
Implementation of Idea
Includes how well the idea was executed by the developer
Includes the potential impact on users