Covalent, along with our ecosystem partners Polygon (previously Matic), is delighted to announce the winners of #OneMillionWallets EtherPunk 2021 - a hackathon organized by India’s largest developer community, Devfolio.
#OneMillionWallets is designed to celebrate the creativity and diversity of digital asset wallet applications built on Polygon and powered by the Covalent API. Lasting impressions were made on both sides. Firstly, it goes without saying both Covalent and Polygon were astonished and impressed with both the quality of the submissions and the innovation in which developers displayed. Meanwhile, on the developer front, one participant had the following comment to make on the Covalent API:
One Million Wallets is fundamentally about educating the community on how to access and analyze disorganized and complex blockchain data through a ‘Proof-of-Education’ campaign.
Outlined below are all of the winners. Congratulations to every one of you.
One Million Wallets Etherpunk 2021 Winners
Etherman by @akbaridria
A detailed multi-chain wallet dashboard for all digital assets.
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Dash Monke by @shreyaspapi
The most secure iOS wallet app which does not transfer funds, or even store your keys.
DeFi Degener Wallets by @cuegod
A concise wallet built on Matic Network with IPFS support.
Hestia by @anuditnagar
A one-stop shop to create, sell and showcase artwork aiming to democratize the control and pricing of assets via Harberger Taxes.
Off L1 by @makoto_inoue
Instantly arbitrage stablecoins between Uniswap forks across different chains/L2s.
Covalent provides the industry-leading Unified API bringing visibility to billions of Web3 data points. Developers use Covalent to build exciting multi-chain applications like crypto wallets, NFT galleries, and investor dashboard tools utilizing data from 40+ blockchains. Covalent is trusted by a community of 30,000+ developers and powers data for 3000+ applications including 0x, Zerion, Rainbow Wallet, Rotki, Bitski and many others.