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Solana Season Hackathon, organized by the Solana Foundation in partnership with leading crypto projects, took place from May 15 to June 7. The event attracted over 13,000 participants from across the globe, working on more than 350 projects in total, with a focus on one of the three main tracks: DeFi, NFT, and Web3. Additional, regional tracks include East Asia, India, Eastern Europe, Africa, Vietnam, and Brazil. In all these tracks, the Solana Foundation selected 39 projects as winners.
The All-Art Protocol, developed on the Solana blockchain by the team behind VR-All-Art, won second place in the NFT track of the global hackathon. Vitomir Jevremovic, CEO of VR-All-Art, said, “We are very happy the hackathon happened. As a team, we thrive the most when faced with short deadlines because they give us the necessary focus to transform our plans and vision into viable deliverables. The real work starts now.” On All-Art’s success, Jevremovic stated, “It just confirms that what we are doing and what we are trying to accomplish in the long run has been recognized as important. That said, there is much more work ahead of us in altering the way NFTs are handled, and we are looking forward to doing it.”
With the hackathon over, All-Art is focusing on the next steps, including building strong partnerships in the ecosystem. Among their immediate short-term plans is the launch of the first Solana Wallet for Unity. The project will be open source and released on GitHub, to inspire wider implementation. The All-Art team is looking forward to a collaboration with Solana’s Metaplex through an integration of NFT-PROs on the platform. They are also working diligently on releasing the All-Art Protocol on Solana’s Testnet so the community can test and experiment with the system.
VR-All-Art, one of the leading platforms for exhibiting and acquiring art in virtual reality, is working on developing the protocol during Solana Season Hackathon.
XR4ALL, an initiative of the European Commission whose aim is to strengthen the EU extended reality industry, recently published an interview with the CEO of VR-All-Art. In their words, Vitomir Jevremovic is an XR Star, providing solutions that move the European XR tech industry forward.
XR4ALL, an initiative by the European Commission to strengthen the European XR industry, has organized an open webinar on the XR entrepreneurial and investment landscape in CEE.
The online art fair, dubbed ArtCity October, opens to the public for virtual exploration today. Everyone who wishes to visit the fair can do so through the ArtCity website until the event ends on the 28th of this month. The online fair features a wide variety of art from the best dealers worldwide, from high-quality fine art, antiques, modern, as well as ancient art, old masters, and tribal art. As a technology partner for ArtCity October, VR-All-Art provides virtual representation for several fair exhibitors through its native technology.