Openhacks first meet up!

Together with The Decentralized Camp and Swedish Blockchain Association, openhack arranges our first meet up! The theme for the evening is decentralized blockchain applications!

The meet up will be an introduction to Blockchain and Smart contract programming in Ethereum using solidity and web3.js. During the workshop, you will be programming whilst being instructed on the dos and don’ts on building blockchain applications.

The meet up will be held @Norrsken House the 28th of February and focus on the actual tech behind the buzz.

Agenda for the meet up:
- Blockchain introduction
- EthereumSmart contract introduction
- Smart contract coding in solidity

Read more and sign up here!

Openhack STHLM

The first openhack hackathon in Stockholm is over for this time!

The openhack community has been working at Norrsken House on challenges from: - World Childhood Foundation to prevent child abuse - Jobtech Sweden to enhance job seeking via visualization - Peace Parks Foundation to reduce illegal hunting - Sida to map needs and aid in complex humanitarian settings - Sida to visualize aid progress data

We want send a big thank you to all case contributors as well as all participants for being a part of our hackathon and coding for humanity! Not to mention our sponsor Sandvik for making this possible! We hope you had a great time, we certainly did!

If you have any questions or want to be a part of next years project team do not hesitate to write to us on Slack or send an email to

See you next year!

// The openhack Stockholm Team

#openhacksthlm18 #codingforhumanity #humanitarian



Openhack Gothenburg is over for this time!

We want send a big thank you to all participants for being a part of our hackathon and coding for humanity! We hope you enjoyed the weekend as much as we did and that you hopefully will participate again or want to be a part of our team!

We also want to thank our sponsors Sandvik, Alten, Recorded Future and CEVT for making this happen, as well as our case contributors Naturskyddsföreningen, Move To Gothenburg and Jobtech and ofcourse our amazing media crew.

See you next year!

// Team Openhack Gothenburg

Openhack Sthlm 2018!

Registration for OpenHack Stockholm is now open!

The hackathon, running from 30th November until 2nd December at Norrsken House, will require teams built from people with different areas of expertise, so don’t worry if programming isn’t your strongest suit yet. The theme for the event is as always humanitarian issues and contributing for a better cause.

Both participation and volunteering is open for registration. For more information and registration, visit the website at

Hope to see you there!

Norrsken House

Norrsken House

Nordic startup awards

We are honored to be selected as a finalist in the Swedish National Finale of Nordic Startup Awards 2018 in Best Social Impact Startup.

Nordic Startup Awards is part of the Global Startup Awards and it is the biggest independent startup ecosystem competition. Its mission is to find, recognise and connect the future shapers of the digital age from all around the world. The Grand Finale will take place the 30th of October in Copenhagen.

To make it all the way we need your help, please vote for us here!



We are now a social company!

Since Openhack was founded in 2015 we have organized eight hackathons in five different cities. It is now time to take the next step: Openhack has now become a social company!

From now on the legal form is a limited company with profit distribution limitation, meaning all profit is reinvested into the business. This means we can scale up and organize better hackathons at numerous places, generating more creative ideas to the many humanitarian challenges humankind faces today. It also gives us the possibility to focus even more on implementing the existing solutions that have been developed over the years. To celebrate this we're doing a rebrand.

Check out our new logo and stay tuned for more exciting plans!




We are hiring a CEO

OpenHack has grown rapidly since the founding of the organization in 2015. Until now the platform and community has been built and driven by dedicated volunteers and core team members of OpenHack. Since our community and non-profit business are expanding we are now looking to hire a CEO that can take the lead in this work, in collaboration with the core-team of OpenHack.

Apply here.