🏆 ✌️ We won our first hackathon! 🏆 ✌️
Last time we told you we took part in the DragonQuest hackathon with rDAI... and now we’re super proud to say we won the first prize! For those of you not familiar with it, rDai (redeemable DAI) allows you to invest your money in an interest generating pool, used for collateralized loans. You decide who benefits from the generated interest: yourself, a community fund, a charity, or a dApp you are using. For instance, ETHHub is there!
In our hack, we wired rDAI with Telegram to make it easy to use HAL to keep track of important events on rDAI with some use cases dedicated to non-profit initiatives. We explained how you can monitor the creation of rDAI pools and who joins them, in just a few clicks.
You can read our write up for the hack on our Gitbook.
Twitter Integration 🐦 🤖
We rolled out the Twitter integration for everyone to play with.
This is a feature that many users requested, and we’re thrilled to find out what you’re going to build with it. 🔧
This time we created the PoolTogetherBot, a Twitter integration based on HAL that tracks winners and user deposits on PoolTogether (as always, without coding) PoolTogether is a no-loss, audited savings game powered by blockchain technology, and you should definitely check it out. As always, you can read our write up for this hack on Gitbook.
Our first post is a step-by-step guide that shows you how to use HAL to connect Kyber with Telegram to get effortless real-time monitoring of the exchange rate between different assets.
So that’s all for this week folks, but we can’t wait to share with you all the new stuff we’ve been working at!
Have a nice week everyone,
The HAL team