Last week, Enjin officially opened nominations for its second annual NFT Awards. The second edition will celebrate the metaverse and recognize projects that advance the future of the human experience through NFTs.
You have until November 26 to vote. In the meantime, the network will recognize the winners at a virtual ceremony in Decentraland on January 12 next year.
For more information on the annual NFT Awards
Community votes will determine the nominees for the NFT awards. Only those who receive the top ten public votes in a given category will then receive a seat on the jury at the Decentraland ceremony. As expected, Enjin has assembled an impressive lineup of judges. The list includes musicians 3LAU, Micah Johnson (artist and 2020 NFT winner of the year) and Holly Wood (Rarible’s head of creator relations).
Meanwhile, nominations can be submitted at nftawards.org for ten awards, including. Best Headshot; Best Collaboration; Game of the Year; Best Digital Fashion; VR/AR; Best Virtual World; Newcomer Game; Utility; Most Innovative Art; and Project of the Year.
Purpose of the event.
According to Witek Radomski, co-founder and CTO of Enjin and an NFT Award judge.
“We created the annual NFT Awards to recognize innovation in our industry, and we look forward to recognizing the incredible progress being made in the metaverse. After a standout year in NFT, this community-driven event will showcase and celebrate the world’s most influential NFT projects, and we invite all creators and collectors to submit your favorite projects for consideration today.”
As such, we can expect to see the best of the best in the NFT space. From NFT creators and game developers to leading cryptocurrency organizations and meta-universe projects.
In addition, the event has the full support of Enjin partners. Industry leaders such as VentureBeat, Crypto.com, Decentraland, Rarible, CoinMarketCap, DappRadar, Blockchain Gaming Alliance, and Product Hunt.