•The inaugural Crypties Awards were held in Miami on November 30th, where Crypto Unicorns won the Game of the Year award.
•Actor David Bianchi previewed his upcoming Web3 TV series ‚RZR‘ at the event.
•At Web Summit in Lisbon, Tezos co-founder Kathleen Breitman talked about the use of proof-of-stake in Tezos and NFT gaming.
On November 30th, Decrypt Studios held the inaugural Crypties Awards at Art Basel in Miami. Hosted by Josh Ostrovsky („The Fat Jewish“) and sponsored by Polygon, Filecoin Foundation, Lamina1, Async, BeetsDAO, The Gold Mask, Gem Set, Breakout, Anonymous, Infinite Objects, Ape Water, Decentralized Pictures, and Vault 721, the event was a star-studded celebration of the best projects, products, and people in the crypto space.
In the Game of the Year category, Crypto Unicorns emerged victorious, with the award being presented to Katrina Wolfe by Avery Akkineni of Vayner3. The other nominees in this category included Stepn, Zed Run, and Blankos Block Party.
Veteran actor David Bianchi was also present at the event, previewing his upcoming Web3 TV series ‚RZR‘. The dystopian show is set in a future Los Angeles and will feature Ethereum and other digital assets as part of the plot. Bianchi also conducted two NFT drops to build engagement from fans.
At the Web Summit in Lisbon, Tezos co-founder Kathleen Breitman spoke about the use of proof-of-stake in Tezos and NFT gaming. She discussed how the Tezos blockchain has used a proof-of-stake mechanism since its inception, her admiration for Tendermint, Ethereum and sharding, progressive decentralization, and NFT gaming with Decrypt’s Stephen Graves onstage.
The Crypties Awards and the events surrounding it have been a great success, showcasing the best of the crypto space and providing a platform for people to share their stories and innovations. It is clear that the future of the industry is bright, and with events like the Crypties Awards, it is sure to be even brighter.