We’ve launched a series of contests to find the best ideas from you.
We want concise courses on blockchain, a bustling merchandise store, inventive in-game app design, and integration visions from pioneers. Show us how life will look and feel in the pillar wallet.
Fly for free to the unconference
We want you to invite your friends to the Pillar unconference. Bring three people to the event and we will give you $150 – with $50 for every additional person on top of that.
$50 per person
Pillar’s Iconic Image
Imagine you see a Pillar poster, and the words are “Welcome to the future.” What’s the image? Can you find or make that image?
Show your Pillar Style!
The Pillar Project is looking for most wild, creative, fun, innovative social-media promotion of our brand.
We are looking for entrepreneurs who can see that Pillar is going to be the next big thing! We don’t have a platform you can program on yet, but in July we’ll be meeting to get many new ventures off the ground. Start planning yours now!
Before you enter any of these contests, be sure to see our January 10th video, where we show the Pillar wallet prototypes. None of the contests has a deadline – they are all rolling, continuous contests. Subscribe to the newsletter and jump into our community to meet like-minded people and put your team together! Prizes are not limited – we will pay for great work. The more work you put into your submission, the more you can potentially win. There are an unlimited number of prizes, but the bar is likely to go up over time. How to enter: Except for the social-media contest, all contests require video submissions. Use good visuals in your video, don’t just talk to the camera. Mock it up, put it on Facebook, try it, fake it, make it look good and then give it a good story. Send a link to your video to [email protected] when it’s ready. Winners agree to give their video content to Pillar for future promotion. You can only enter once! Don’t send a message telling us it’s better now and asking us to please look at your updated version. You get one chance to make a good first impression. After that, we won’t consider the same idea again.