Thanks for writing. Per the official rules, The MintChip Challenge is open only to:
"a. individuals who have reached the age of majority in their jurisdiction of residence at the time entry and are legal residents of Canada or the fifty (50) United States or the District of Columbia as of the time of registration;
b. corporations (including not-for-profit corporations and other nonprofit organizations), limited liability companies, partnerships, and other legal entities that, at the time of entry, are domiciled in Canada or the United States, have been duly organized and validly exist, and employ fewer than fifty (50) people (“Organizations”);
c. if a corporation (including not-for-profit corporation and other nonprofit organization), limited liability company, partnership, or other legal entity employs 50 or more people (a “Large Organization”), it may be eligible to compete for the “Large Organization Recognition Award”, but it is not eligible to compete for the Best Overall Application Award, the Category Awards, or the Popular Choice Award; and
Solvers must own or have access at their own expenses to a computer, an Internet connection, an SD card reader and any other electronic devices or software which Solvers may deem necessary to create and submit their Submission."
For this specific challenge, I'm afraid not. We do, however, truly appreciate your support and I will make sure that the team knows that there are UK developers interested in participating in a future challenge.