Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s the winners of the latest creative contest! The theme was Super[h]Uman Farmers, a nod to the newest defi product on Harvest.Finance — fCASH.
We had a load of great entries —artwork, animations, memes, poetry, articles — even Professor X would have trouble picking 10 winners from this one.
But without further ado, the heroic efforts are presented below.
1st Place — Stas Svetlov
2nd Place — Surf Tranquille
3rd Place — Farzin
It was a while since our last contest, but our humble farmers’ creative impulses had not been blunted at all by the long winter months. With the onset of spring, their talent can blossom once more…
The winners are below.
Details on how to claim your prize at the bottom.
👨🌾Attention Farmers: It’s been a while since our last iteration of the creativity contest and we have certainly missed your awesome submissions! The Christmas edition brought us beautiful carvings, catchy songs, benevolent charity work and many other amazing entries.
🌼Spring has just begun and we thought it would be fitting…
In order to help spread the word about Harvest Finance and the latest developments in the fields of defi, we asked our humble farmers to fire up their meme machines (and indeed any other creative ideas they have).
It was hard to a choose a winner, so we let the…
Over the last few weeks the community of humble farmers has produced a few nice looking videos and infographics that help explain what Harvest Finance is all about (see Winners of Part 1).
But now we want to share this knowledge, and will be awarding prizes for the best Twitter…
We asked our humble farmers to explain some of the finer points of harvesting yields in the fields of defi. As usual, they happily obliged.
There were 2 categories for producing materials to help with marketing and general education around Harvest)— Infographics and Video.
Without further ado, here are the best submissions:
Yield farming has exploded in popularity over the last few months, but despite this, it’s still a relatively small niche in the wider cryptosphere. …
The quantity and quality of submissions have certainly increased over the past few iterations of the contest. This time around, we had delicious looking cakes, clever digital art, cute dolls, benevolent charity work, catchy songs and many other amazing entries. Judging had never been so difficult and the team struggled…
Something a bit different, because it’s been a while!
Recently I took a trip to the wildly under-rated city of Kyiv, Ukraine. I’ll get around to writing about why Ukraine makes sense for outsourcing blockchain dev soon enough, but for now, here are some snapshots of a beautiful place, with friendly people, and a fascinating vibe.
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