The First annual NFT Awards is gearing up, and now nominations are open. Anyone can nominate a non-fungible token across ten different categories.
Here is the list of the available categories.
- NFT of the Year
- People’s Choice
- Adoption Potential
- Most Innovative
- Most Valuable
- Most Traded.
There will be two rounds of judging by a panel of notable figures in the technology and gaming industry, including Nobuyuki Idei, Shigeki Morimoto, Sherry List, Nicolas Pouard, and more others to be announced.
The first annual NFT awards feature judges from well-known technology companies such as Sony (Nobuyuki Idei is Sony’s former CEO,) Ubisoft (Nicolas Pouard), and Microsoft (Sherry List). Besides the notable tech names, the judges’ panel includes prominent industry individuals from Animoca Brands, Coindesk, Aave, Dapper Labs, Chiliz, CoinDesk, IOST, OpenSea, Rarible, The Sandbox, ConsenSys, DappRaddar, Ultra, Enjin, and DEA.
The goal of NFT Awards is to illuminate a path for blockchain and evaluate NFT use cases with the potential to go mainstream.
You can watch the awards live on Twitch on December 9, 2020.
Enjin is a leading force in the blockchain gaming space with a huge community and a complete development tool suite. Using the Enjin SDK for unity, GoBot, and Java, developers can integrate decentralized economies and Non-Fungible tokens without actually having to learn blockchain development. The Plug n Play solutions are welcomed globally, with thousands of developers using the Enjin suite to create next-generation gaming and retail experiences.
The DEA project consists of the DEAPcoin, (DEP) which listed in many well-known exchanges such as OKEx, Bithumb Global, Bittrex, and others. DEA has released its first trading card game called JobTribes and a Digital Art Marketplace.
Mark your calendars, the first Annual NFT Awards is going to be exciting!