We’re excited to announce that  {muslimHackathon} 2020 has transitioned to an online event. We hope that this will give everyone the chance to participate in an even bigger and better event without having to leave the comfort of their homes. As we all navigate the uncertainty of the COVID-19 outbreak together, what better way to pass the time than to work together on solutions to benefit Ummah.


Sunday Nov 29, 2020 (11AM – 3PM CST)

The Lean Startup

A core component of Lean Startup methodology is the build-measure-learn feedback loop. The first step is figuring out the problem that needs to be solved and then developing a minimum viable product (MVP) to begin the process of learning as quickly as possible.

Privacy Unchained

Are you in control of your own data? Why should you be concerned? What can you do today? Let’s discuss the power of data, influence and how to stay safe.

The Future of Digital Currencies & Crypto

The future of money might be a digital version of the cash that’s already in people’s wallets—potentially upending the currency system that the world has known for many decades.

AI Trends to Watch in 2021

Before the global pandemic struck in 2020 and the world was turned on its head, artificial intelligence (AI), and specifically the branch of AI known as machine learning (ML), were already causing widespread disruption in almost every industry.

Future Trends in Cloud Computing

The main reason that the future of cloud computing will be as powerful and expansive as it portends to be is that cloud technology is extremely beneficial.

Technology and EV stocks: How to pick the winner stocks

Electric vehicle companies have been the darlings of Wall Street in 2020. There’s good reason for the enthusiasm. The world seemingly is moving rapidly toward a tipping point where new, cleaner drivetrains have matured enough to replace fuel-guzzling engines. The automotive industry is entering a period of massive disruption, creating ample opportunities for new companies to displace incumbents.

Connecting People with Opportunities

ALMPG: Building Professional Community Through Unity and Trust.

Coding Competition

This Global Hackathon is an opportunity to build Web or Mobile Applicaton solutions that can drive social impact, with the aim of tackling some of the challenges related to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic for our Ummah.


Attendees from all backgrounds, genders, and geographies are welcome. There is no age restriction to attend the hackathon. Teams must attend our Hackathon Kickoff Zoom Meeting and register themselves on Nov 29, 2020.

Team Formation

Bring your own team or collaborate during our Hackaton kickoff Zoom Meeting.  Teams can consist of one member to a maximum of four members. Changes to team members are not permitted after December 5, 2020. This year we are introducing Jr. Hackathon for youth ages 15 & below. When you forming teams make sure you team member belongs to appreciate age group. Group A (Ages 15 & below). Group B (Ages 16 & above).


Prizes in Cryptocurrency (ULT tokens). Beside below prizes each team using Shardus Software to build web or app development will receive additional 500 (ULT tokens).

Junior Group  (Ages 15 & below)
1st Prize: 500 (ULT tokens)
2nd Prize; 300 (ULT tokens)
3rd Prize: 200 (ULT tokens)

Senior Group (Ages 16 & above)
1st Prize: 2000 (ULT tokens)
2nd Prize: 1500 (ULT tokens)
3rd Prize: 1000 (ULT tokens)

Project Development

No development may start before the actual date and time of the event. Any teams that violate this rule will be automatically disqualified. The first line of code should be written on or after Sunday, November 29, 2020 after the team has registered. However, we encourage you to brainstorm ideas and create wireframes/mockups. Any software development tools, IDE, and/or programming language can be used for the event & you can also reuse components of your existing project but you cannot bring in whole project which is already published earlier. You may need to proof your start of your code.

Project Submission

All projects should be submitted to the hackathon GitHub account (TBA) before judging begins on Saturday December 12 at 10:00 am. All projects submissions will be randomly code-reviewed. Applications will be spot checked by code reviewers. All the projects selected by the judges as finalists will be code reviewed to confirm that the code is original work created at the hackathon and all components and assets conform to the licenses allowed in these rules.

Judging  Criteria

Originality. Is this something unique and special.

You can’t explain it, but you always know it when you see it.

How well does your creation work?

Does your creation look as good as it functions?

Did you implement or build complex systems or algorithms, or just use pre existing tech?


Software to enable a decentralized world
Blockchain | Crypto Mining Solutions

Pre-Event Coding Bootcamps

News & Articles

Want to get involved in sponsoring Muslim Hackathon? We are always looking for additions to our growing family. Our sponsors are innovative individual or organizations interested in embracing the hackathon spirit and connecting with our community of talented students, professionals and partners.