At The Rodman Law Group we are never more excited than when one of our clients achieves something incredible. We believe in our clients and we dedicate our lives to supporting them. When a client accomplishes something fantastic, we feel immensely proud. Two members of the Intelligent Trading Foundation (“ITF”) team recently competed at the EOS Global Hackathon in Hong Kong. Their results were nothing short of incredible.

Intelligent Trading Foundation certainly lived up to its name…


The EOS Global Hackathon series is a first-of-its-kind event in the world of blockchain that serves’s goal of supporting of a decentralized global community. From June 9th to June 10th, 90 teams and more than 350 entrants from 17 countries competed to build scalable blockchain DAPPs on the EOSIO Platform in Hong Kong. The only guidance given to the competitor were the instructions to “identify a centralized business model and create a decentralized alternative that is built for large-scale mainstream adoption.” The teams then had twenty-six (26) hours to come up with an ideam design it, and implement it in its entirety. An entire application, conceived and executed in a little over a day. What utility could possibly come from such an abbreviated timeline?

How about a truly revolutionary privacy application? A tool that radically shifts the paradigm of secure data sharing in an age of drastically decreasing privacy?



We agree with Alien Baby! Truly a killer DAPP! Rather than attempt to explain it, please take a moment (it’s literally three minutes long) to hear Tom Counsell explain what they achieved. Keep an eye on these guys, they are going places…


If you would like to see the entire awards ceremony and get a better feel for the event you can watch the entire video here:

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