The projects submitted should be realized specifically for our award.

The projects submitted should comply with our model of helping the world.

The results and all the details of the project should be clear and verifiable by everybody.

Once submitted, your project will get one vote (from 0 to 10) and the explanation of that vote.

If it is above 6 you'll be allowed to vote for all the projects, included your own, once.

You can submit as many projects as you like and each project a the vote above 6 will enable you to vote.

If you get a vote under 6 from us, you can use our explanation to improve your rating.

Once we have 100 projects submitted with a vote above 6, the contest will end.

Those who have received a better average vote will be declared winners.

The first winner will receive 5000 TRC.
The second winner will receive 2500 TRC.
The third winner will receive 1250 TRC.

The winners from 4th to 10th will receive 50 TRCs each.
The winners from 11th to 30th will receive 30 TRCs each.
The winners from 31st to 100th will receive 10 TRC each.
The winners from 101st to 1000th (if any) will receive 1 TRC each.

The first 3 winners will be offered an opportunity to deposit their funds on one of our masternodes which we will set-up and manage for free for a year and from which they will receive additional rewards for the same period.

We expect a wide participation for this contest but if that is not the case, the contest will end 25.01.2019 at 00:01 CET and the prizes will be adjusted in proportion to the number of participants who have obtained the average vote above 6; for instance if there are only 10 projects that got the average vote above 6 the first prize will be 500 TRC, the second 250, the third 125, the winners from the 4th to the 10th place will receive 5 TRC and so on. And in that case, we won’t be able to offer the first 3 winners the free possibility to deposit their funds on one of our masternodes.

In case we feel that the dynamics of this contest do not respect its original spirit for whatever reason, we'll publicly consult the TRC Decentralized Governance. If both the TRC Decentralized Governance and we think that the contest is not going in the right direction (for instance, the votes are manipulated, the projects are not respectful of the original spirit of the contest and so on), we will stop this contest and possibly distribute partial prizes on our sole discretion.

We reserve the right to change the conditions of our award without notice.