The inspiration for my DaPP was Gitcoin. It was an application which was would basically create a bounty in exchange for feedback for code. This application would basically create a token in exchange for a physical asset.
What it does
My application would basically allow people to exchange participating in an event for token which would be able to be traded for physical assets.
How I built it
I used visual studios to code my front end using html and css. And I created a backend code with solidity which at the moment with my application isn't applicable. However, my backend would allow people to trade a token using Vatoms.
Challenges I ran into
I had a problem trying to create a backend behind my code using solidity. Also, at first my goal was to put my application on the AVM, however I wasn't as skilled in the Java programming language which ended up becoming a big barrier to me.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
I proud that I have a good base line for a front end of my future decentralized application. I believe once I get my dapp onto the Main Ethereum Network. I can truly make my dapp and application which would be more functional. If I was given a few more days I believe I could make my application more functional.
What I learned
I learnt a lot about how to use the solidity code and I learnt even learnt how to use a different virtual machine, the Aion Virtual Machine,.
What's next for MTF Foundation
Trying to put it onto the Ethereum Main Network and potentially on other environments such as the AVM. Also, making it a lot more feasible for others to use it.