Blockchain and Bitcoin Foundation unveil inaugural Blockchain Awards

Blockchain and Bitcoin Foundation unveil inaugural Blockchain Awards

The two organizations, Blockchain and the Bitcoin Foundation are trying to award those entities that are encouraging users to adapt Bitcoin and helping out the digital currency big way. Now, the two organizations have introduced the inaugural Blockchain Awards. In an announcement they say that the first annual Blockchain Awards will be given in May. The announcement came when the two organizations said that they want to celebrate innovation and excellence in the Bitcoin community with the awards. Co-presented by the Bitcoin Foundation and Blockchain.info, this inaugural awards ceremony....


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