Evenode Bounty

EVM Contract


This is an “one-off” bounty, awarded for the first project that, in our absolute discretion, meets our criteria. It can only be claimed once for the same EVM Contract.



We have previously show-cased a “working toy” of a C++  HotPocket contract that can run complied solidity contracts on Evernode. The source code is open-sourced and available here. We are keen for someone with solidity experience to develop a production ready tool that allows solidity devs to run their solidity contracts on Evernode.



We are willing to award a bounty for a tool that meets the following requirements:

  • Develop a friendly way to spin up an EVM as an Evernode contract thus creating an ethereum-like network that runs on Evernode, compatible with the latest version of solidity;
  • A standard set of blockchain tooling for that network including Remix IDE, block explorer, wallet integrations (such as metamask); and
  • All necessary tutorials and guides.
  • These three requirements should equate to a functional EVM experience on top of Evernode.
  • Everything is open-sourced at the time the bounty is awarded.
  • We’re reasonably confident the bounty is being claimed by the key person/people involved.



We may pay a bounty in Evers to the Xahau account nominated by the claimant. The Bounty may have tax consequences for the claimant. These are solely the responsibility of the claimant and we make no representations or warranties about the bounty being tax free or otherwise exempt from tax in the claimant’s jurisdiction. If you are Australian and registered for GST we will provide a complying Tax Invoice for the Bounty upon request.



All Bounties are awarded in Evers. We make no representations about Evers having any particular value, or any value at all. Regardless of their market value, they will always be useful for purchasing services from the Evernode Network.


Our bounty program is a discretionary. We may, in our absolute discretion, decide not to award a bounty or to award a lesser or higher amount than publicised. In particular:

  • We may award a higher bounty if the claimant’s submission is particularly impressive;
  • We may award a lesser bounty if the claimant’s submission is worthy, but only just;
  • We may decline to award a bounty if we suspect fraud or disingenuousness, or if we are unsatisfied that we are paying the bounty to the worthy claimant, or if for any reason (such as international sanctions) we are unable to pay Evers to the claimant.