Wednesday, 12 June 2019 22:39

ADCA launches ‘Blockies’ inaugural blockchain industry awards

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The Australian Digital Commerce Association has launched the inaugural Blockchain Industry Awards — Blockies — that will be awarded to winners at this year’s APAC Blockchain Conference Awards Night.

The 2019 inaugural awards encompass both individual and business categories including Blockchain Entrepreneur of the Year, Women in Blockchain Female Leader of the Year, Blockchain Project (Government) of the Year and Blockchain Business of the Year.

The ADCA says that with the Australian Blockchain sector flourishing, the Blockies recognise outstanding performers for their contribution, innovation and development in the blockchain sector.

“Incredible individuals are covering new ground in technical innovation, regulation, community building and new business ideas”, Nick Giurietto, ADCA chief executive, said.

“It's time to celebrate our successes and to recognise the achievements of those on the cutting edge of blockchain adoption in Australia.”

Awards will be presented at the APAC Blockchain Conference on 23 July, the 3rd edition of the largest Blockchain event in Australia.

The ADCA says that in 2018, the event brought together more than 500 attendees from over 250 companies ranging from blockchain startups to enterprise and policy makers.

 

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