Asim Jawahir | Photo: Mathrubhumi
Thrissur: Asim Jawahir, a 20-year-old native of Thrissur, has excelled in ETHIndia, Asia’s biggest Ethereum hackathon held in Bengaluru.
A team of five students, including Asim Jawahir, has emerged among the top 12 winners in ETHIndia’22, a movement that aims to inspire and foster a community of builders promoting technological advancements for Ethereum.
Asim is a third year BTech student at the National Institute of Technology - Karnataka (NIT-K), Mangaluru. Other team members are Ashish Bharath, Abhiraj Mengade, Parth Mittal and Rahul Pujari.
The five-member team had presented ChargeSwap, an electric vehicle battery-swapping technology. They have also won the ‘Best New Module’ award in the event.
They competed with 459 teams, developed ideas, and completed programming and website building within 36 hours.
Asim, son of Jawahir and Sebina, now dreams to set up a startup within the next five years.