It is time for another Gliph photo contest! Last year we received over a dozen submissions and ultimately narrowed it down to five, which we still feature on the Gliph homepage.
A photo of Godfrey, a winner from the 2013 Gliph photo Contest
For this year’s contest, we plan to feature winning photos in the launch of a new Gliph product planned for June. Our team loves pets, and thus favors pet photos. However two out of the five winners from our last contest were not pet photos, so please don’t hesitate to submit something!
How to submit your photo: Send the photo to the Support Gliph with the message “photo contest,” or send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terms and conditions: You keep rights to the photo and grant Gliph the right to use the photo on Gliph’s website and blog.
is was in the running for the Bitcoin Foundation’s first annual Blockchain Awards.
The Blockchain Awards are being put on by the Bitcoin Foundation and Blockchain.info, and will be presented in Amsterdam at the upcoming Bitcoin 2014 conference. The awards cover a variety of categories, including Most Insightful Journalist, and Most Impactful Charity.
Nicolas Cary, CEO of Blockchain, explains that “with these awards we hope to take a moment and reflect on the amazing contributions from the Bitcoin community. We want to honor the exceptional quality, leadership, and technical innovation we see every day.”
Update: Mycelium Bitcoin Wallet for Android won this award! We think Mycelium team is also doing some really cool things and congratulate them on the win. The other finalist was Airbitz.