Win $100 in CoinNewsPress Blockchain Essay Competition

Do you want to win a $100 in the CoinNewsPress Blockchain Competition?

Then this is for you!

As part of its plan to boost awareness of blockchain and its many uses in our society today, CoinNewsPress would be giving out $100 to a lucky winner.

To enter the competition, simply write about how blockchain can be used to solve a particular problem in your community.

The competition is open to students and blockchain enthusiasts from across the world and will run for 3 weeks, after which a winner will be picked from the top three essays with the highest number of votes.

So what are you waiting for? Keep the essays rolling in.

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Essays are welcome from authors anywhere in the world.

2. There is no cost to enter an Essay.

3. Entries are limited to one essay per author.

HOW TO ENTER

4. All essays must be emailed to editor@coinnewspress.com.

5. Essays should be either PDFs or Word documents.

6. Essays must have a title page, sources cited and referenced and all tables, figures must be numbered.

7. The author’s name must not appear in the document.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

8. Essays must be written in English.

9. Essays must be original works authored by the original author or authors.

10. Essays must not infringe on the copyright protection of another author or publication.

11. Essays that are plagiarised or contain plagiarism will be disqualified.

All authors must agree to the following declaration:

12. I declare that this essay is the author(s) own work. Portions of the essay may have been previously published, but 75% is original writing.

JUDGING PROCESS

13. The CoinNewsPress team will judge the essays and will pick the top 3 for our audience to select a winner from.

14. There is no minimum or maximum word count. Content is more important than length. As a general guide, writers might expect to submit essays from 2,000 to 4,000 words.

15. There is no requirement for essays to observe any particular line-spacing or font size. However, essays that are difficult to read (for whatever reason) will be less likely to receive a prize.

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