Hundreds of developers converged in San Francisco over the weekend to take part in the EOS Global Hackathon. Blockchain Beach community members from ShEOS, EOS Lynx, and Everipedia attended as participants and mentors. Squirrel Portfolio Tracking App Co-Founder Ben Sigman even put together a 'tips and tricks' medium post to help prepare everyone for the big day. Participants lined up early outside of the venue, The Village, waiting to get to their stations: https://twitter.com/chenlinyc/status/1061294898555510784 Once inside, the challenge was to "Build an EOSIO application that fosters a fundamental competetive advantage by implementing a business model that aligns interests amongst stakeholders and/or drives more value back to users:" https://twitter.com/block_one_/status/1061327081613680640 After 26 hours of coding, judges such as Block.One's Dan Larimer and Galaxy Digital's Mike Novogratz were ready to see the projects and hear the pitches. All in all, there were six winners, the top three projects; \tTeam Nougit - Prize: $100,000 - Project: used the EOSIO protocol to create a decentralized and incentivized Git repositories. \tPollinate - Prize: $25,000 - Project: an app that facilitates last mile deliveries by incentivizing people to pick up and deliver packages for a percentage of the shipping fee. \tSix Degrees - Prize: $10,000 - Project: an application that helps facilitate need-based personal and professional connections using the EOSIO protocol. https://twitter.com/block_one_/status/1061806025257312256 and three secondary winners: \tGreatest Social Impact - EOS_ebt Food Stamps - Prize: $3,000 - Project: allows people with food stamps to purchase groceries online. https://twitter.com/EOS_Arabia/status/1062055752075038720 \tBest User Experience - EOS Hive (including members of the EOS Lynx team) - Prize: $3,000 https://twitter.com/EOS_Arabia/status/1062054144440176645 \tBest Social Media Post - LA's Ky Primo - Prize: $3,000 https://twitter.com/ky_primo/status/1061669149712166912 Coinbase's Chief Policy Officer, Mike Lempres, was a judge at the event. He commented, "What we’ve seen today reinforces that we’ve only scratched the surface of what Blockchain technology is capable."