BBVA API Market
BBVA API Market will collaborate in this initiative, the largest travel Hackathon in Spain and the second largest Hackathon, as far as awards are concerned, which has been celebrated in the last year. We will allow teams of developers, designers and tourism experts to use some of our retail and aggregate data APIs. The best project using one or several of the APIs on our platform (and even APIs from other sources) will be awarded 2,500 euros.
HackaTrips will be held on January 20 and 21 at pavilion 10 of IFEMA, in Madrid, organized by the traveling platform Minube and Fitur. It will be a unique occasion to show everything that different APIs can give to this sector by transforming and enriching the experience of tourists.
We will be there to find out about your projects and to select the app that makes the most of the APIs on BBVA API Market available for the hackathon.
In total, hackaTrips will give away over 18,000 euros in prizes. The jury will look at factors such as the projects’ originality, design, usability and their commercial viability.
If you think you can improve the tourist experience with an innovative project that uses the APIs on BBVA API Market, we will see you on the third weekend in January at Fitur. But you need to hurry up: hackaTrips only takes up to 100 participants!
You can sign up here.
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