Announcement: Blockchain Hackathon postponed!

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and based on the recommendations of the Robert-Koch-Institut, we have decided to postpone the Blockchain Hackathon planned for April in Stuttgart.

This has been a difficult decision but the safety and health of our participants come first. Thank you for all the support and interest you showed so far in the event!

We will follow the situation and announce a new date soon, so check out our website and social media channels for updates.

Your Blockchain Hackathon Team

Join the one of the biggest Blockchain Hackathon in Germany!

After the great success of the past two editions, the Blockchain Hackathon is coming back to explore undiscovered terrain in which blockchain technologies might be applied.

The focus is this year on the uprising phenomena of “Coopetition” and on the connected development of Decentralized Platform Economies. Today, a few providers that are spreading vertically into every industry increasingly dominate the internet. Once a central platform reaches a critical mass, this dominance leads to quasi-monopolistic market situations. Coopetition offers a promising approach to counteract against these developments: Coopetition means in fact “cooperation” on the infrastructure layer and “competition” on the application or product layer.


Which models might arise through Blockchain-based network as alternative to digital monopoly? Which innovation networks and services can be developed in the field of Mobility, Industry and Finance? In 2020, Blockchain enthusiasts, developers, visionaries and entrepreneurs will meet for the 3rd time in Stuttgart to elaborate concrete application scenarios.


Stuttgart offers in this respect the perfect environment for the exchange and the development of solutions towards collaborative platform economy. Many corporates based in the region are already working on such models: from the Mobility Blockchain Platform of the Daimler Blockchain Factory, going through the vision of the Robert Bosch GmbH of an Economy of Things till the Digital Asset Platform of the Börse Stuttgart. The Hackathon will explore these fields and will enrich the Blockchain Stuttgart Week capturing the eyes of the blockchain community on the development in the South-West of Germany.


Most visionary concept


Best technical implementation


Best business model


Hackathon Challenges

2000€ each

Audience Prize



Aula, Building 1, 2nd Floor

‘Scaling decentralized Identities.’
Oliver Terbu, Decentralized Identity Solutions Architect, ConsenSys

Ikhlaq Sidhu, Chief Scientist and Faculty Director, Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET) in Berkeley/USA

Jonas von Malottki, Head of the Department for Finance and Controlling IT Solutions & CoC Business Intelligence, Daimler AG / Daimler IT Group Functions
Joachim Erdle, Managing Director – Head of Corporate Finance, LBBW LAndesbank Baden-Württemberg
Jürgen Jähnert, CEO, bwcon GmbH
Dr. Katharina Schubert, Manager R&D Transformation, MHP – Management und IT-Beratung GmbH
Karsten Treiber, Director Digital Finance, targens GmbH

Area for Teamwork, Building 1, 1st and 2nd Floor

Team work and coding

Area for Teamwork, Building 1, 1st and 2nd Floor

Aula, Building 1, 2nd Floor

Area for Teamwork, Building 1, 1st and 2nd Floor

Area for Teamwork, Building 1, 1st and 2nd Floor


Visionary Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

Technology Partner

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Would you like to attend the Blockchain Hackathon 2020?

Leave us your address and you will be the first to know when the registration is open!
The participation to the event is free of charge for all Hackers. Food, drinks and coffee are of course included.

Simona Pede bwcon GmbH
  • Seyfferstraße 34 | 70197 Stuttgart
  • +49(0)711/18421-643
  • 09:00 - 18:00

Who can participate?

Developers and Designers who are interested in Blockchain and IOT. Experiences with Blockchain frameworks are more than welcome.


  • Every Blockchain framework is welcome to join the competition
  • WiFi and technical support is available on the spot!

Who owns the copyright / ideas?

Only you! We care about copyright! Read more about our conditions concerning intellectual property in our General Terms of Partcipation.

How can I get prepared for the Hackathon?

You do not need to work on your idea in advance. In case you want to know more about Blockchain, have a look at the Bitcoin developer doc or/and the doc on developing Ethereum smart contracts

What else should I know?

  • Bring your own laptop and plenty of good ideas
  • Results will be published on open source platforms
  • Amazing prizes await the most visionary concepts!


Hochschule für Technik
  • Schellingstraße 24 | 70174 Stuttgart

How to get there
Walk 10min from Stuttgart Central Station.
Alternatively, take the U14/U29 towards Mühlhausen/Vogelsang and get off at the station 'Börsenplatz'.