The cryptocurrency market has been rife with several developments and projects, many of which do not make it in the industry. The ones that do, however, make a significant impact in the space and the latest creations by some organizations are clearing turning heads.
During the recent month-long competitions held by Tron Weekly Journal, the company had enthusiastic participation from three popular teams: Nole Legends, Crypto Alliance, and Take Care of Crypto. The amount of vigour and passion that they showed for the crypto industry was evidenced in the individual projects that they submitted.
The submissions were evaluated by esteemed members on the Tron Weekly roster, namely Rutger Kringer, a board member of the DigiByte Foundation Dirk Frank, the Chief Executive Officer [CEO] of Tron Europe. The collective scores from both the DigiByte team and the Tron Europe team were taken into adjudging the winner of the competition.
After much deliberation, the judges have decided that the winner was Crypto Alliance, with a final score of 11.6 points. Congratulations! The second place was taken by Take Care of Crypto while Legendary Noles completed the podium with 9.2 points.
The judges had also given their individual remarks on the project, pointing out the pros and cons of the creations. The feedback was made crystal clear so that the projects can benefit from them and in turn push the cryptocurrency industry forward.
The DigiByte team revealed that the Alliance group had evolved tremendously over the course of time. The company’s idea for a Telegram bot to pass on questions to real administrators worldwide was regarded as “awesome”. Another key focus was the integrity of the administrators, which would be kept in check by the user rating of the answers. On the economic front, the project was seen as feasible and something that can be spread fast to market. The main focus was to get the bot working and spread it to other crypto telegrams. There were some unanswered questions related to the programming of the bot with a request for detailed explanations. The organization was also asked to provide a roadmap to show how they will get multiple communities to use their creation.
Take Care of Crypto
This organization mainly focusses on the facilitation of movements that can bring in more people into the cryptocurrency industry. DigiByte pointed out that because it was an advertisement based revenue system, the legitimacy factor might take a hit. Despite the risks, the magnifying glass to the community was much lauded. The Tron Europe team further added that the basic idea of TCC was solid and that if executed properly, it would massively benefit the blockchain industry.
The Noles way is to create a system based on the knowledge around cryptocurrencies and blockchain. The ‘positive vibe’ around the idea has much appreciated along with their intention to onboard more members. Dirk opined that investments have to made carefully and that the system proposed by Noles will be subject to scrutiny that will enhance its performance.
Tron Weekly also took the initiative of asking the team members of their experience during the competitions and they had a lot of positive things to say.
Matt Wills and Raptor Crypto, members of Crypto Alliance had stated:
“The competition was a very challenging. We worked very hard but had a lot of fun also. Loved getting to know everyone and making some new friends. The best part for me was the scavenger hunts. I am fairly competitive and it was fun trying to bear the other teams to the answers.”
Olya from Legendary Noles summarized her team’s feelings by saying:
“The last few weeks were really exciting and enriching and has made us realise knowledge is power. The simulation really helped us broaden our horizon and the tasks helped us build a great level of team spirit. I believe this experience will be greatly helpful in the future too. Thanks Team Tron Weekly and all participating team members.”