California resident Jason Emberley, left, and Arizona resident Chenxi Cai work on a computer during EthDenver, one of the largest hackathons for the blockchain tech Ethereum, Saturday Feb. 17, 2018 at The Sports Castle.

The 36-hour hackathon aims to find news ways to utilize the network and build a decentralized future. (Photo by Daniel Brenner/Special to the Denver Post) Members of Denver Kids run to find prizes hidden under the tables during EthDenver, one of the largest hackathons for the blockchain tech Ethereum, Saturday Feb.

17, 2018 at The Sports Castle. The 36-hour hackathon aims to find news ways to utilize the network and build a decentralized future.

(Photo by Daniel Brenner/Special to the Denver Post) Daniel Brenner, Special to the Denver Post Lucy Cifferello, left, of Salt Lending, and Katie Foster, of Ideas By nature, work together during EthDenver, one of the largest hackathons for the blockchain tech Ethereum, Saturday Feb. 17, 2018 at The Sports Castle.

The 36-hour hackathon aims to find news ways to utilize the network and build a decentralized future. Dave Alexander works on his keyboard during EthDenver, one of the largest hackathons for the blockchain tech Ethereum, Saturday Feb. Read more from denverpost.com…

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