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Dutch Blockchain Awards 2020 Nominees

Blockchain Netherlands (BCNL) Foundation has announced the nominees for the Dutch Blockchain Awards 2020. A total of 31 nominees divided over six categories still have a chance to win a prize. The winners will be announced on Friday December 4 during the Dutch Blockchain Week. STE Project Dawn by Dusk Network was nominated for the Enterprise Solution Award at the Dutch Blockchain Awards. The first Dutch Blockchain Awards category winners will be announced on Friday, December 4th, 2020.

Nominees Dutch Blockchain Awards 2020

These are the nominees of the Dutch Blockchain Awards 2020:

Enterprise Solution Award

  • Europechain
  • LTO Network
  • Security Token Exchange (Dusk Network)
  • SIM Supply Chain
  • V-ID

 

Meaningful Education Award

  • BNR Cryptocast
  • Cryptotakkies
  • KOIOS Blockchain education
  • LekkerCryptisch
  • Satoshi Radio

 

Social Impact Award

  • Circularise
  • Fairfood
  • Moyee Coffee
  • WordProof

 

Public Solution Award

  • Cryptohopper
  • Distro
  • Effect.AI
  • GUTS
  • Onramper

 

Impactful Person Award

  • Alex Bausch (2Tokens / Grabowsky)
  • Michaël van de Poppe (Crypto Michaël / BonSancaGroup)
  • Olivier Rikken (Ledger Leopard / Emerging Horizons)
  • Bert Slagter (Procurios / LekkerCryptisch)
  • Rugter van Zuidam (Odyssey)

 

BCNL Community Award

  • Bitcoin Meester
  • Coinmerce
  • Gimly
  • Icoinic
  • Nxchange
  • ReCheck
  • Sphereon

 

Read the original article here (in Dutch). Find out more about Dusk Network here.

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