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Integrating Login with Unstoppable: A Web3 SSO




over 1 year ago



300 USD


Prize Title Integrating “Login with Unstoppable” as a Dapp login option

Prize Bounty $300 USDC + $600 in domain credits per Dapp integration.

Capped at 50 different Dapp integrations ($15k USDC and $30k domain credits in total).

NOTE: No repeated Dapp integrations are allowed. This include forks of valid submissions within this current hackathon or old submissions from previous bounties and hackathons that are organized by Unstoppable Domains/Gitcoin.

Challenge Description Integrate the “Login with Unstoppable” feature as a login option on your Dapp OR submit a PR to merge this feature as a login option on an existing DeFi/NFT dapp.

Check out this [onboarding guide]( to understand more about the “Login with Unstoppable” feature for Unstoppable Domains NFT domains.

Submission Requirements In the repository submitted, please make sure to include a file with the following information:

  • Project name
  • Link to working code in a public repo OR PR link to a public repo
  • Recorded video demo of the integration (max. 3 mins)
  • Live URL with working integration
  • Person of contact in case there are any questions
  • Discord ID
  • UnstoppableDomain registered account email address (Please sign up here!)
  • The project submitted must be open source at the point of submission and the repository should remain open-source after the Hackathon is done.

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