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Waku is a suite of robust communication protocols which can be used for private, censorship-resistant, scalable messaging.With Waku you can send any kind of small payload in an off-chain and decentralized way, enabling 1:1, 1:1 and n:n types of communication.Waku is powering the communication layer of the Logos network state technology stack. Logos is a grassroots movement to provide trust-minimised, corruption-resistant governing services and social institutions to peaceful people worldwide.


🏆 Best Overall use of Waku$4,000
Up to 2 teams will receive $2,000
This prize will be given to the most impressive project using Waku to solve a communication challenge

Qualification Requirements

Build a new dApp, or integrate it into an existing product that best solves a communication challenge

🏆 Best network state goods using Waku$1,500
Waku serves as the communications layer for the Logos technology stack. Bring us one step closer to building a network state by hacking a key communications solution using one of the Waku protocols.
🏆 Most creative use of Waku$1,500
Up to 2 teams will receive $750
Unleash your creativity - you have the freedom to think big and use Waku to solve a communication challenge, build a dApp, or integrate it into an existing product.
🏆 Best privacy-focused project using Waku$1,500
Up to 2 teams will receive $750
Waku uses cutting-edge zk technology to protect applications from Denial of Service attacks. You can tailor your application's privacy settings to suit your needs. Use Waku in a project that focuses on privacy for its users.
🏆 Best game or marketplace using Waku$1,500
Up to 2 teams will receive $750
Waku can be used as the communication layer for a peer-to-peer, decentralised game, eliminating the need for a centralised infrastructure for gameplay communications. Submit a project that utilises Waku to enhance a game or marketplace.


🛠 Building with Waku

A quick hands-on workshop demonstrating Waku protocol by building a tic-tac-toe game

This workshop is happening in-person

06:30 PM UTC+3 — Friday, Nov 17, 2023 in Workshop Room 4