finance, fintech, Munich, Burda, ecommerce, content, banking, credits, mortgages, shopping

Technology is changing the way we manage our money. The financial technology (fintech) industry is growing at fast pace disrupting the financial sector. Together with the Hypovereinsbank, we would like to explore the possibilities for banking of the future. How will we be managing our bank accounts, credits and mortgages? How will we be sharing money with friends and relatives across the globe? How will we be paying our bills and shopping in the future? And how will content around financial issues be delivered to the users?

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Prizes

$19,250 in prizes

1st prize

5000 € sponsored by HypoVereinsBank + tickets to The Royal Jungle start-up conference in Munich. The winners will pitch their project at the conference!

2nd prize

DLD Summer conference tickets

3rd prize

1 000 € in Amazon vouchers for the whole team

gini API prize (5)

gini - Gini provides an information extraction system for analyzing documents (e. g. invoices or contracts), specifically information such as the document sender or the amount to pay in an invoice. API prize: Apple Watch (38 mm) for each team member.

Documentation: https://api.gini.net/

figo API prize (5)

figo - This API allows you to easily access your bank account including transaction history and submitting payments. API prize: 5 x 100 euro vouchers.

Documentation: http://docs.figo.io/

Finanzen100 API preis (5)

Finanzen100 - With this API, you can request stock exchange-related information like share prizes, company-related news and financials. API prize: 1000 euro Cyberport voucher.

Documentation: https://gist.github.com/poctec/3eb6e0444637b427d36c

Organize.me API prize (5)

Organize.me - the API lets you semantically analyze documents like financial reports or invoices. API prize: 5x Sphero 2.0 Robotic Gaming System.

Documenation: https://api.xtractor.io/docs.html

Paymill API prize (5)

Paymill - With Paymill’s RESTful payment processing API you can execute transactions in real-time. Paymill supports credit cards, SEPA and Paypal as payment methods and offers additional features for subscription models, end customer data or OAuth based permission sharing. API prize: Pebble Smartwatch for each team member.

Documenation: https://developers.paymill.com/

Special prize by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology (5)

Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology - Tickets to the Bits & Pretzels founders festival in Munich for the highest economic impact

Special prize by Friedrich Ebert Foundation (5)

Friedrich Ebert Foundation - Tickets to the rhetorics or moderation workshop for the most consumer-friendly coverage of an economic/ finance issue

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Eligibility

Individuals (over 18 years in age), teams and organizations

Team size: max 5 persons.

Requirements

We expect you to create apps, tools, games & plattforms around the following topics:

  • Banking of the future
  • How will we be managing our bank accounts, credits and mortgages?
  • How will we be sharing money with friends and relatives across the globe?
  • How will we be paying our bills and shopping in the future?
  • How will content around financial issues be delivered to the users?

How to enter

Please fill out this project documentation template before submitting your projects. This is one of the judging criteria.

Project:

Name of the project: What's the working title of your project?

Elevator pitch: In three sentences – what's your idea?

Screenshot: Please make a screenshot of your project and insert it here (use markdown)

Type of the project: web app, mobile app, data visualization?

MVP: What's the minimum viable product? Which features does it have?

Target group: Who should use your product?

Use Case: How will users typically use this product?

Challenges & solutions: What was the most difficult part of the project? What problems did you encounter? How did you solve them?

Scalability: How can the project be further developed?

Code:

Technology: Which frameworks and solutions did you use?

Link: Please insert the deployment link. This is crucial. Try not to host things just locally.

Source code (optional): Please insert the link to your project's GitHub repository.

Team:

Team members, their skills & Twitter handles:

-Tom Tomke (front-end), @tomtomketest
-Jana Janka (concept, documentation, presentation), @janajankatest
-Jascha Jaschek (back-end), qjaschajaschektest
-Dan Danke (design), @dandanketest

 

Judges

Jean-Paul Schmetz

Jean-Paul Schmetz
Chief Scientist at Hubert Burda Media

Steffie Czerny

Steffie Czerny
Founder & CEO at DLD

Hans Fink

Hans Fink
CEO Burda Intermedia

Heinz Laber

Heinz Laber
COO, HypoVereinsbank

Gabriele Zedlmayer

Gabriele Zedlmayer
President of the HVB Women's Council / Vice President & Chief Progress Officer Corporate Affairs, Hewlett-Packard

Christian Reichmayr

Christian Reichmayr
Head of Multi Channel Management, HypoVereinsbank

Judging Criteria

  • Idea / concept
  • Code
  • Design
  • Presentation / Documentation