Chioma Onyekpere Wins Enye x Mono Hackathon 2020 for One Pocket

Chioma Onyekpere Winner of Enye x Mono Hackathon
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Chioma Onyekpere Wins Enye x Mono Hackathon 2020 for One Pocket

On 7th November, 2020, Chioma Onyekpere emerged winner of our first-ever hackathon in partnership with Mono and Ingressive For Good.

The two-day hackathon was themed “Transforming Financial Data into Financial Services.” With the challenge at hand, participants spent the weekend putting their software engineering skills in action to ideate, design, and build fintech solutions with the Mono and APIs.

At the end of the hackathon, Chioma Onyekpere, an Enye Software Engineering Cohort alumnus won 1st place for her product One Pocket.

One Pocket helps users manage multiple bank accounts in one place

We Stan a one-woman force – Chioma Onyekpere demoing One Pocket

Chioma Onyekpere built One Pocket to solve the problem of tracking finances across multiple bank accounts. According to her, “A typical has at least two bank accounts.” For Chioma, who uses four active bank accounts per month, tracking her finances is stressful business. One Pocket’s solution helps track all debits and credits in one place.

Everyone who participated in the hackathon registered in teams of 3 hackers. However, due to logistical issues, her teammates could not participate, and so she had to take on the challenge alone.

In under 24 hours, Chioma single-handedly ideated, designed, and built One Pocket: a daunting challenge, but one which she came out victorious!

2nd Place – Finbo

Team Anies came 2nd with Finbo, an intelligent chatbot that automatically verifies users and provides relevant information to them on request. They built Finbo to solve the problem of slow response that users experience when contacting customer care service.

Team Anies consisted of Aniekutmfon Ekere, Victoria Akpan, and Abdulhafiz Abdulfatai, all from The Roothub based in Uyo, Nigeria; they demoed Finbo remotely via Zoom.

Finbo, when logged in, requests for the user identification item (such as email address) to verify the user identity. Users can then interact with Finbo after authentication.

Ayobamigbe Teriba presenting the 2nd place check to Team Anies for Finbo.

The Enye x Mono Hackathon wouldn’t be possible without our partners who powered and supported the hackathon. Thank you, hackathon judges: Abdulhamid Hassan of Mono, Sean Burrowes of Ingressive For Good, and Ayobamigbe Teriba of Enye. We appreciate FCMB Hub One, Seamfix, Wennovation Hub, and CodeLn for supporting our hackathon! We thank you for your contributions!

Once again, congratulations Chioma. We’re rooting for you!

We also thank everyone who registered and participated in our hackathon. We now look ahead to the fifth cohort of our Software Engineering Program which is fully remote and aimed at software developers looking to upskill. We also look forward to the third edition of our Founders program for startup founders looking to build out great ideas.

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