Unicorn Battle uses buzzwords to magnitude a startup’s ‘unicornibility’


When startup founders representation during a TechCrunch event, they customarily don’t only get on-stage and starting cheering out buzzwords.

Today, however, one of a teams during a Disrupt Berlin hackathon unequivocally did start their display by rattling off difference and phrases like “Internet of Things!” and “bitcoin!!” As they did, a unicorn puppet would cocktail adult on their shade and scream “fuah!”

Turns out they were display off a plan called Unicorn Battle. It’s a web app that can listen to a startup representation and endowment points each time a presenter uses renouned difference and phrases. So if you’re using a representation competition, we can use it to establish that display had a top firmness of buzzwords (or, as a Unicorn Battle group puts it, that startup has a many “unicornibility”).

Unicorn Battle was built by Marian Moldovan, Nieves Ábalos Serrano, Lucas Menéndez and Carlos Muñoz-Romero — a group from Madrid. Backstage, Moldovan and Muñoz-Romero explained that they’d gotten a thought after a anticipating a unicorn puppet while exploring Berlin. (As we can see in a video below, a puppet is flattering cute.)

The group indeed participated in final year’s Disrupt London hackathon, where they combined chatbot for refugees. Moldovan pronounced that was a rewarding experience, though they satisfied that when building that kind of product directed during amicable impact, “We aren’t formulating any genuine value if we don’t follow adult on a idea.”

So this year, they motionless to do something a small different.

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