What is ETHDublin? ETHDublin is Ireland’s first Web3 hackathon – engineering Ireland’s tech culture by supporting the development of cutting-edge decentralised applications (dapps). This 24-hour hackathon takes place over three days with one day for registration, set up, and team formulation.
Please note that the venue is not a 24-hour access venue. In parallel to the hackathon there will be a series of educational discussions and workshops for the crypto curious among us.
How can I hack at ETHDublin? Sign up to the ETHDublin Hackathon platform and attend Dogpatch Labs at 6pm on Friday, May 26th, at 6pm.
How are applicants selected? ETHDublin curators evaluate potential candidates individually and aim to select the best, most participative and motivated problem solvers.
Who can attend ETHDublin? ETHDublin welcomes creative minds with a flair for problem solving. Anyone with technical skills is welcome to apply, not only engineers.
Are there side events? We encourage interested parties, including hackers, volunteers, or general attendees to leverage the Dublin GM Events page to organise meet-ups independently.
Can I register our company employees in bulk? Yes — ClearBookings, our ticketing partner allows you to purchase multiple tickets.
Should I arrange for a place to stay? Yes – this is not a 24-hour access venue. The Mayson, is located 5 mins from the venue. There are other options available – here is a guide to help you.
I've decided to stay at the venue. Can I bring a sleeping bag? No – due to certain laws in Ireland, ETHDublin is unable to accommodate participants overnight.
Where shall I eat during the event?
There are several options within and around the CHQ building – you can find a list here on TripAdvisor. If you want to venture farther, you can get the Luas at George’s Dock. This can take you to Abbey Street or Jervis pretty quickly and there’s plenty of options in those areas.
What is the expected weather?
As they say, it would be a great country if we could put a roof over it. Always prepare for rain in Ireland because you never know.
Who should I contact from the organisers’ team in case of need?
You can email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow our socials to keep up to date as information becomes available.