Phantasma Protocol, a decentralized content storage and messaging service has announced the halfway point of its One-Pager competition, July 9. The competition invites writers to create a one-page version of Phantasma’s whitepaper and will run until July 15th; winners will be notified on July 25th.
Phantasma wants imaginative entries that capture the platform’s vision and value offering on a single page. Writers are free to choose the layout, design and content of their submissions and there are no set criteria for entry.
There are, however, some ground rules of the competition:
- Submissions must be on a single page
- One entry per person
- Written in English with good grammar
- PDF or JPEG format
The top three submissions will share a prize pool of 10,000 Phantasma SOUL tokens and will be distributed proportionately:
- First place, 5,000 SOUL
- Second place, 3,000 SOUL
- Third place, 2,000 SOUL
To enter, participants must submit their work through the Google form using this link. One must also include their Telegram and Twitter usernames, first and last names, and NEO public address.
In the same announcement, Phantasma also updated the status of its Nacho Men turn-based multiplayer wrestling game. The game’s closed-beta will open next week to 1,500 people in exchange for their valuable feedback. Beta-testers will be chosen by the date of their subscription to the game’s website and mailing list.
Nacho Men won first place in the NEO / Microsoft Development Competition that was held in March earlier this year and was highly praised by competition judges. Fabio Canesin, a judge at the event and City of Zion co-founder stated that “[Nacho Men’s code] will teach NEO blockchain programming to anyone [that reads it].”
Nacho Men will also consume SOUL and give the tokens an additional use case prior to Phantasma’s MainNet launch due Q1 2019.
More information on Phantasma and Nacho Men can be found at the below links.
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