Radix Offers £5000 Prize at TechCrunch Disrupt


One of the ways for registries to get their new extensions in front of a large audience is to sponsor hackathons. Radix is a sponsor of this weekend’s TechCrunch Disrupt hackathon in London. As a part of their sponsorship of the event, Radix is awarding a prize of £5000 for the best use of a Radix domain name, including .Tech, .Store, .Online, .Space, .Site, .Host, .Press, and .Website.

Judging from some of the tweets shared by Radix and TechCrunch, there have been quite a few hackers using Radix domain names for their projects. If you want to have a look at some of the others, you can search Twitter for #TCDisrupt or click through to the Radix Twitter feed to see other presentations the company shared.

The winner of the hackathon is a project called The Emotion Journal, which uses a .Online domain name: EmotionJournal.online. You can read more about it on TechCrunch.

I embedded  some of the video presentations for hackers and teams that used Radix-operated domain names:

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