On September 17–19, our team at Hypotenuse Labs came back from a weekend of judging, mentoring, giving our prizes, and presenting workshops for students at Hack the North 2021!
Most of our team members (and our entire founding team) are alums from the University of Waterloo where Hack the North…
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We are excited to announce the creation of an open-source oracles framework for DFINITY’s Internet Computer (IC)!
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We are excited to introduce AlgoSwap, a decentralized exchange protocol for the Algorand blockchain. It enables traders to…
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tl;dr Optical Character Recognition (OCR) can help turn your scanned documents into useful data, automate your manual processes, and save massive amounts of time and effort.
Sounds straightforward — but what actually goes…
TL;DR: In 2 weeks, we built an open-source live feed of Chia Network’s Keybase community. Check it out here!
Chia Network is a “decentralized open source global blockchain which is less wasteful, more decentralized, and more secure”. It was founded by Bram Cohen, the creator of BitTorrent.
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TL;DR: “Just read in data from Excel files. Easy!” We were wrong. When geometry, image analysis, and a little creativity come together to save a client countless hours of struggle.