IBCOL launches library of practical web3 solutions

On the occasion of Pi Day, the International Blockchain Olympiad (IBCOL) proudly announces the launch of its new digital library, the Practical Blockchain Review (PBR), which hosts a vast collection of innovative projects and solutions related to "blockchain" — which includes cryptography, distributed ledger technology, decentralized application, and web3 solutions — from past competitions and other pioneering initiatives. This extensive archive is available at lib.ibcol.org

The PBR is designed as an academic-style journal, specifically catering to esoteric knowledge seekers including students from high schools and universities, researchers, and niche practitioners in the field of blockchain and web3 technologies. This initiative underscores IBCOL's commitment to nurturing an environment of learning and innovation, providing invaluable resources to those aiming to delve deep into the practical aspects of blockchain technology.

Library Highlights:

  • Access to a curated selection of projects from IBCOL competitions spanning from 2018 to 2023.
  • Diverse range of topics covering practical applications of blockchain and web3 technologies in various sectors.
  • Ideal resource for academic research, project development, and innovation in blockchain technology.

Educational Empowerment Through Access to Knowledge:
The launch of PBR on Pi Day, celebrated globally as a day of mathematical significance, pays tribute to the mathematical fundamentals of blockchain technology. By providing open access to a rich repository of projects and studies, the IBCOL Foundation aims to inspire and equip the next generation of thinkers and innovators.

About the International Blockchain Olympiad (IBCOL):
The International Blockchain Olympiad (IBCOL) is a global competition that promotes the study and practical application of "blockchain", which includes but is not limited to cryptography, distributed ledger technology, decentralized applications, and web3 solutions. Through its annual events, IBCOL brings together young talents to solve pressing challenges and contribute to technological advancement in the blockchain space.

Nathan van Veen
Director of Communications
IBCOL 2024 Organizing Committee
2024 à ibcol.org

Office of the Editor-in-Chief
Practical Blockchain Review
IBCOL Foundation
publish à ibcol.org