Abu Dhabi to Host Inaugural Middle East Blockchain Awards

The inaugural Middle East Blockchain Awards ceremony will bring the biggest names in Web 3.0 together in Abu Dhabi in November.

On Nov. 18, the first Middle East Blockchain Awards ceremony will be held in Abu Dhabi. The event will recognize leaders within the Web 3.0 space. The event will take place at the Palm Garden at the five-star W Abu Dabi – Yas Island and will coincide with the Formula 1 race.

Abu Dhabi was chosen as the inaugural host city given its recent emphasis on blockchain adoption, focus on regulation and compliance, as well as becoming a contending hub for crypto entrepreneurs.

“Blockchain is creating a digital ecosystem which will support a new world of services and products ranging from financial services through to real economy,” said Jehanzeb Awan, Board Member of MEAACBA, Founding Partner and CEO of J. Awan and Partners.

“The Middle East Blockchain Awards will help drive innovation, reward excellence and provide a benchmark for companies to aspire to and in doing so contribute significantly to the regional ecosystem.”

Source: Hoko Agency

Crypto Categories

The award categories are plentiful and include:

Most Innovative DeFi Platform 2022

Best Movile Crypto Wallet 2022

Most Promising DEX to Watch 2022

Most Powerful CEX 2022

Best NFT Marketplace 2022

Most Promising Web 3.0 Ecosystem 2022

Best Crypto Investment Fund 2022

Most Influential Woman in Blockchain & Crypto 2022

Most Influential CMO in Blockchain & Crypto 2022

Best NFT and GameFi Project 2022

Most Promising ESG Crypto Project

Top Global Crypto YouTuber / Influencer 2022

Most Influential Global Crypto News Service 2022

Most Influential CEO in Blockchain & Crypto 2022

Anyone looking to submit a nomination can do so here.

“This is a very exciting period for anyone involved in the Web 3.0 ecosystem,” notes Max Palethorpe, Founder and CEO of Hoko Group. “The Middle East Blockchain Awards come at a time when people and businesses are pushing the boundaries of what was previously thought impossible.”

Source : bsc.news

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