• Shirley Cedeno and Akbar Hamid accepted the Cryptie on behalf of Doodles at the inaugural Crypties Awards from Decrypt Studios in Miami on November 30.
• Veteran actor David Bianchi spoke to Decrypt’s Jason Nelson right before a table read for his upcoming drama series „RZR.“
• At Art Basel in Miami, Decrypt Studios held the inaugural Crypties awards gala, sponsored by Polygon and other crypto projects.
On November 30th, 2020, the inaugural Crypties Awards from Decrypt Studios in Miami, Florida took place and made history as the first of its kind. The event was hosted by none other than Josh Ostrovsky, better known as “The Fat Jewish”, and 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. During the event, there were nine categories up for awards. The award for Mainstream Award was given to Doodles, accepted by Shirley Cedeno and Akbar Hamid. The other nominees in the category were RTFKT and Nike, Gmoney and Adidas, Tiffany and CryptoPunks, and TIMEpieces.
In addition to the Crypties Awards, Decrypt Studios also held a special interview with veteran actor David Bianchi. The interview was conducted by Jason Nelson right before a table read for Bianchi’s upcoming drama series „RZR.“ The show, which has already been greenlit, will be distributed through Gala Films and is set in a dystopian future Los Angeles with Ethereum and other digital assets as part of the plot. Bianchi also conducted two NFT drops to build engagement from fans.
The Crypties Awards were a huge success and wowed the audience. With its star-studded lineup of presenters, sponsors, and attendees, the event was certainly a night to remember. It was a great opportunity to not only show off the best innovations and projects in the crypto space, but also to recognize the individuals and companies that have been instrumental in building the industry. It’s clear that the Crypties Awards will be a staple in the crypto community for years to come.