Crypties Awards Celebrate Crypto Achievements in Miami
• Decrypt Studios held the inaugural Crypties Awards in Miami on November 30
• The awards were for nine categories, with presenters from a range of crypto projects
• Onstage panels and interviews from conferences and summits were featured throughout the night
The inaugural Crypties Awards, presented by Decrypt Studios, was held on November 30 in Miami, Florida. With emcee Josh Ostrovsky („The Fat Jewish“) and presenters from a range of crypto projects, the awards celebrated nine categories, with Crypto Unicorns ultimately taking the Game of the Year award.
The event was sponsored by Polygon, Filecoin Foundation, Lamina1, Async, BeetsDAO, The Gold Mask, Gem Set, Breakout, Anonymous, Infinite Objects, Ape Water, Decentralized Pictures, and Vault 721. Many of these projects were featured in onstage panels and interviews from conferences and summits throughout the night.
The night began with the award for Media of the Year, which went to The Defiant for their coverage of the DeFi boom and bust of the summer of 2020. This was followed by the award for Exchange of the Year, which went to Coinbase, who have consistently provided reliable services to their customers since their launch in 2012.
The award for Wallet of the Year went to MetaMask, with the award for Protocol of the Year going to Ethereum. The award for Dapp of the Year was presented to Uniswap for their innovative decentralized exchange.
The award for Service of the Year was presented to BlockFi for their efforts to make crypto accessible to everyone. The award for Mining of the Year went to Bitmain for their cutting-edge mining technology. The award for Education of the Year went to The Block, for their commitment to informing the public about all things crypto-related.
Finally, the award for Game of the Year was presented to Crypto Unicorns. This was accepted by Katrina Wolfe from presenter Avery Akkineni of Vayner3.
The night was a huge success and a great way to celebrate the achievements of the crypto community. The Crypties Awards is sure to become a yearly tradition, and Decrypt Studios is looking forward to hosting the event again next year.