The NFT Awards program honors innovation and creativity throughout the blockchain industry, celebrating the best non-fungible tokens (NFTs) minted each year.
October 6—November 13: Nominations open October 22—November 13: Community voting for People's Choice Award December 9, 11:00am UTC: Winners announced in NFT Awards ceremony on Twitch
Winners of the 2020 NFT Awards will be awarded in 10 categories: NFT of the Year, People’s Choice, Adoption Potential, Most Innovative, Most Valuable, Gaming, Charity, Art, Utility, and Most Traded.
There has been some tension lately on Twitter between artists, sparked by these awards that have set the artists in a more competitive spirit than usual.
Artists were promoting their nfts and nominations and it was all boring as usual, but then something magnificent happened, accusations and innuendos!
Trevor clearly wants his Bull to win, so he started promoting it.
Please vote! Help Trevor get his beach dream house 🏡 https://t.co/wQnh7AoXqE— Jason A. Williams “Parabolic Guy” (@GoingParabolic) November 12, 2020
Then came with some insinuation about others using bots to affect the voting.
To which Robness replied. Pure class!
Picasso's Bull by @trevorjonesart should win the @NFTAwards overall best #NFT if judges manage to sort the wheat from the chaff. https://t.co/qGkRmuRvTr— Lucho Poletti (@LuchoPoletti) November 13, 2020
A timeless masterpiece that crushed records on @niftygateway, rewarded collectors, & paved the way to success for many artists. https://t.co/NWVWbNncuW pic.twitter.com/RDiMsHnhID
Lucho came in to support Trevor as well, here is what he had to say.